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Aquatic Plants an Important Part of any Healthy Freshwater Ecosystem
“Any type of aquatic plant can provide cover for bass and other,” explained Jon Fury of the Division of Freshwater Fisheries Management at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “Aquatic plants are an extremely important part of any healthy freshwater ecosystem. They provide a host of positive benefits, but some species can actually hinder angler access if they grow too thick.”

More than 4,200 types of wild plant species grow in Florida including more than 1,400 invasive species, providing greater plant diversity than nearly any other state. Hundreds of these plant species blossom in Florida lakes and streams and along freshwater shorelines. Besides providing prime habitat, these plants also help keep local waters clean.

 
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