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Bugbee, G.J., and S. Stebbins. 2019. Hydrilla 2018 survey in the Connecticut River. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Invasive Aquatic Plant Program, New Haven, CT. https://portal.ct.gov/CAES/Invasive-Aquatic-Plant-Program/C/Connecticut-River/Connecticut-River-2018.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 34017
Type: Report
Author: Bugbee, G.J., and S. Stebbins.
Date (year): 2019
Report TitleHydrilla 2018 survey in the Connecticut River
Publisher:The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Invasive Aquatic Plant Program
Publisher Location:New Haven, CT
Pages: 13 pp
URL: https://portal.ct.gov/CAES/Invasive-Aquatic-Plant-Program/C/Connecticut-River/Connecticut-River-2018
Keywords: Hydrilla verticillata
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [unknown biotype]

    CT - Connecticut River, Glastonbury
    CT - Connecticut River, Haddam
    CT - Connecticut River, Middletown
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
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    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Wethersfield Cove, Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
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    CT - Connecticut River
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    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
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    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Cove Meadow, Connecticut River
    CT - Salmon River at Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
    CT - Connecticut River
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