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Schuyler, A.E. 1988. Submergent and planmergent flora of the freshwater portion of the Delaware estuary. Pages 157-168 in Majumdar, S.K., E.W. Miller, and L.E. Sage, eds. Ecology and restoration of the Delaware River basin. The Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. Easton, PA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10693
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Schuyler, A.E.
Date (year): 1988
Book Title: Ecology and restoration of the Delaware River basin.
Editor: Majumdar, S.K., E.W. Miller, and L.E. Sage.
Edition:
Chapter Title:Submergent and planmergent flora of the freshwater portion of the Delaware estuary
Publisher:The Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences.
Publisher Location:Easton, PA
Volume:
Pages: 157-168
URL:
Keywords: Delaware River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    NJ - slough (presumably Duck Creek) near the Delaware River southeast of Trenton
    NJ - Matthews Brook, near Woodbury
    NJ - Delaware River, near Bordentown
    NJ - South Branch Pennsauken Creek
    NJ - Big Timber Creek, below Blackwood Lake Dam
    DE - Wilmington, fish pond
    PA - Delaware River System, non-tidal portions

Myriophyllum spicatum

    PA - Morrisville, in the Pennsylvania Canal


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