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Brazilian Elodea Introduced into Lake By Aquarium Dump
Brazilian elodea is a common aquarium plant that invaded Griffy Lake in the past. Officials can’t say for sure, but there was significant evidence that the Brazilian elodea was introduced after aquariums were dumped into the lake.

Invasive plant species such as the Brazilian elodea can affect the lake environment and make boating and fishing more difficult for visitors to the lake. The plant tends to clog boat motors.

While the elodea is gone now, natural resource manager at Griffy Lake want to prevent aquarium dumps and reintroducing elodea and other aquatic invasive species into the lake.

 
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