Aquatic Vegetation Identification Cards

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
Price
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Overview

This palm-sized flip deck features photographs and line drawings of 61 aquatic plants commonly found in Texas.

Correct identification of aquatic vegetation is critical to its management. This palm-sized flip deck features photographs and line drawings of 61 aquatic plants commonly found in Texas. Nonnative plants, which can cause extensive ecological and economic damage, are identified. (132 pp., 61 color photos, 61 drawings)

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