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Invasive, Exotic, Aquatic Plants

Publication number Date Published
99-05August 1999
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Author(s) Hamel, K.
Description This booklet is published by the Department of Ecology to increase public awareness of invasive, exotic aquatic plants. None of the plants illustrated here are native to the Pacific Northwest. Many of the plants come from exotic locations such as Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America. Most have already invaded Washington and are well established in certain lakes and rivers.
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Keywords lakes, fish, river, water, lake, Eurasian watermilfoil, aquatic, aquatic plants