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Rooted Invasive Species Found in Chautauqua County
Chautauqua County, New York now has another aquatic invasive species to worry about; water chestnut. There have been two confirmed cases of rooted plants in the county.

Water chestnut can reach up to 15 feet in length. Each plant can produce up to 15 nuts per season and within each nut can be hundreds of seeds. A mass search is under way so officials can collect information to determine a plan in which to move forward with.

 
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