A Guide to Aquatic Plants: Identification & Management
Ecological Services Section, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 1994 - Aquatic plants - 52 pages
The twenty-five common aquatic plants in Minnesota are: algae (filamentous algae, plankton algae, chara); submerged plants (wild celery, Canada waterweed, broad-leaf pondweeds, narrow-leaf pondweeds, bushy pondweed and naiads, northern watermilfoil, Eurasian watermilfoil, coontail, curlyleaf pondweed); floating-leaf plants (duckweeds and watermeal, white water lily, spatterdock, watershield, yellow lotus); emergent plants (bulrushes, cattail, purple loosestrife, wild rice).
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