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April 2014
Native Versus Non-Native: Why are Some Allowed to Stay?

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Invasive Hydrilla Plant discovered in New York - Hydrilla is a highly invasive aquatic plant that can grow up to an inch per day, creating a thick mat of vegetation when it reaches the water's surface. Hydrilla quickly shades out other aquatic plants, displacing native species, as well as clogging waterways and interfering with boating, fishing and swimming.


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