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Common Aquatic Plants l Free Floating l Submersed l Emergent



Spike Rush
Spike Rush (Eleocharis Species)
May appear as floating tangled mats or dense clumps  in the mud or shallow water and can easily cover many acres.
 Water Pod
Waterpod (Hydrolea Quadrivalvis)
Primarily found in shallow waters of swamps and marshes; clumps of waterpod can eventually surround a shoreline.
 Pickerelweed
Pickerelweed (Pontederia Cordata)
Very common plant found growing in streams, marshes, ditches, ponds, and lake margins with the capacity to  form large dense clumps.


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