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Strong, M.T., and C.L. Kelloff. 1994. Intertidal vascular plants of Brent Marsh, Potomac River, Stafford County, Virginia. Castanea 59(4):354-366.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10333
Type: Journal Article
Author: Strong, M.T., and C.L. Kelloff
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Intertidal vascular plants of Brent Marsh, Potomac River, Stafford County, Virginia.
Journal Name: Castanea
Volume: 59
Issue: 4
Pages: 354-366
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Keywords: inventory, Virginia, Potomac, Hydrilla verticilalta
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    VA - Brent Marsh, along the western shore of Potomac River, 2 mi south of Widewater.

Iris pseudacorus

    VA - Brent Marsh, along the western shore of Potomac River, 2 mi south of Widewater.

Murdannia keisak

    VA - Brent Marsh, along the western shore of Potomac River, 2 mi south of Widewater, intertidal zone, emergent in mudflats and borders of tidal pools, occasional.

Myriophyllum spicatum

    VA - Brent Marsh, along the western shore of Potomac River, 2 mi south of Widewater, abundant in deeper waters of the intertidal zone.

Najas minor

    VA - Brent Marsh, along the western shore of Potomac River, 2 mi south of Widewater, intertidal zone in open water in bottom of depressions subtending tidal marsh,


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