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Reference Number: 19353
Type: Other
Author: Kishbaugh, S.A.
Date (year): 2006
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Title:Dirty Dozen: Twelve (Give or Take) Aquatic Plants You Don't Want in Your Lake.
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Pages: 53
Location: NAS
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Keywords: water chestnuts, trapa natans, Eurasian watermilfoil, Curly-leafed Pondweed, yellow floating heart, Brittle Naiad, European Frog-bit, Egeria densa, Floating Water Primrose,Fanwort, Cabomba caroliniana
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    NY - Mill Pond located east of Centerport
    NY - Silver Lake north of County Rd. 19 in Clinton

Egeria densa

    NY - Lake Guymard, northeast of Huguenot

Hydrocharis morsus-ranae

    NY - Grasse River, near the Massena International Airport-Richards Field

Ludwigia peploides montevidensis

    NY - Peconic River south of HWY 25

Myriophyllum spicatum

    NY - Upper Saranac Lake west of Saranac Lakes Wild Forest

Najas minor

    NY - Snyders Lake

Potamogeton crispus

    NY - Burden Lake north of Co Rd 18
    NY - Plymouth Reservoir near New Michigan State Forest


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