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PDF 22 pages 8 weed species identified by EPA - National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Invasive Weed Identification Guide W2O! Weeds Watch Out! Stop Invasive Aquatic Plants - weeds. W2O! is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A) Great Lakes Grants Program, E.P.A. Great Lakes National Program Office, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Regions include Northeast USA, New York, Great Lakes areas. For the purpose of this guide, plants are separated. into two categories: Invasive Weed, on the left, and Native. Plant, on the facing page. Note that several invasive weeds ... of proper identification and early detection of invasive weeds,. please use this guide to become familiar with both the native and. non-native plants in the region.

Index - Floating plants:

  • Free floater?European frogbit (p. 4)
  • Rooted to sediment?Water chestnut (p. 6)

Submersed plants:

  • Whorl leaf pattern?Hydrilla (p. 8)
  • Whorl leaf pattern?Brazilian waterweed (p. 10)
  • Lasagne-like leaves?Curly-leaved pondweed (p. 12)
  • Grass-like leaves?Starry stonewort (p. 14)
  • Finely divided leaves?Eurasian watermilfoil (p. 16)
  • Finely divided leaves?Fanwort (p. 18)

Regions Impacted: (See related documents in region) Canada, USA, Northeast, Middle Atlantic, Northeastern, Great Lakes

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