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these other resources to aid in the identification of aquatic plants in the Southeast:

Field Guide to Common Wetland Plants of North Carolina, prepared by the NC Division of Water Resources (Kristie Gianopulos, Karen Kendig, and Milo Pyne, 2021). Available as a PDF or in printed form

Field Guide to Aquatic Plants of Alabama, prepared by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fisheries Section (R. Graves Lovell, October 2007), PDF

A Guide and Key to the Aquatic Plants of the Southeastern United States, reprint of Public Health Bulletin 286 (Don E. Eyles and J. Lynne Robertson, Jr, 1944), PDF

AQUAplant, a pond manager diagnostics tool created by Texas A&M Agrilife Extension

An image-based key to Aquatic Macrophytes from the University of New Hampshire

"A field rich in goldenrod, Joe-Pye weed, boneset, milkweed, black-eyed Susan, and dozens of other productive perennials supplies copious amounts of insect biomass for birds to rear their young. After it has been invaded by autumn or Russian olive, that same field is nearly sterile." — Douglas W. Tallamy, Bringing Nature Home

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