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Rybicki, N., J.D. Kirshtein, and M.A. Voytek. 2013. Molecular techniques to distinguish morphologically similar Hydrilla verticillata, Egeria densa, Elodea nuttallii, and Elodea canadensis. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 51:94-102.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27716
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rybicki, N., J.D. Kirshtein, and M.A. Voytek.
Date (year): 2013
Article Title:Molecular techniques to distinguish morphologically similar Hydrilla verticillata, Egeria densa, Elodea nuttallii, and Elodea canadensis
Journal Name: Journal of Aquatic Plant Management
Volume: 51
Issue:
Pages: 94-102
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Keywords: Hydrilla verticillata, hydrilla, Egeria densa, Brazilian waterweed, Elodea canadensis, Canadian waterweed, Elodea nuttallii, western waterweed, eDNA, PCR, Potomac River, Chesapeake Bay, exotic, misidentification, submerged aquatic vegetation, polymerase chain reaction
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    ID - Bruneau River SE of Bruneau
    KY - Carr Creek Lake
    KY - Carr Creek Lake
    AL - Wheeler Lake at TRM 300.5R

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    NJ - Lake Mallard, Medford, downstream of Lake Kingfisher in the Tamarac Lakes community, located in the Pinelands National Reserve
    AL - Wheeler Lake at TRM 301.4R
    IN - Ohio River marina, near Madison


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