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Invasive Hydrilla is Disappearing in Some Texas Lakes - Hydrilla is a native aquatic vegetation from India that found its way into the U.S. in 1950. Depending on the amount, it can be both good and bad in Texas reservoirs. Mostly because of high water levels, it has disappeared on a number of East Texas lakes.


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