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Common Aquatic Plants

How to Identify Common Aquatic Plants
The layout of this chart enables the identification of aquatic plants and invasive aquatic weeds. The plants are divided into three categories: free floating, submersed and emergent, based on their growth form and features. Each aquatic plant and aquatic weed identification contains a specific photographic overview and a close up to help identify the specimen. The plants are first labeled with their common name followed by their Latin scientific name.

 

 Free Floating Plants Free Floating Plants 
float on the water surface and are not attached to the bottom
 Submersed Plants Submersed Plants
root in the sediment and usually grow entirely underwater
 Emergent Plants Emergent Plants
are rooted in the lake bottom, but extend out of the water




 


 


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Officials To Lower Water Level Of Quinsigamond Lake & Flint Pond - The Irish Dam in Grafton will be lowered two or three inches a day until the water elevation in Lake Quinsigamond and Flint Pond is 24 to 30 inches lower than normal. The purpose of the draw downis to expose the roots of nuisance aquatic vegetation proliferating in Lake Quinsigamond and Flint Pond to freezing temperatures and thereby reducing some of the heavy weed growth along the shoreline and in the shallow areas of the lake and pond.


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