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  1. aquatic plant references
    by "Warrington, Pat" <PWARRING-at-EPDIV1.env.gov.bc.ca> (Mon, 02 Oct 1995)

aquatic plant references

by "Warrington, Pat" <PWARRING-at-EPDIV1.env.gov.bc.ca>
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 1995

Here it is, Hope it proves useful. This file is in 
a constant state of updating and additions as new 
information comes my way. If anyone has new 
references I would love to have them. Thanks.
Pat

References Documenting some aspects of 
Aquatic Plants found in British Columbia.

1. Schmitz, D. C. and K. M. Gilbert. Undated. 
Common Names and Synonyms of some Aquatic Plants 
used in the Aquarium Plant Trade. Florida 
Department of Natural Resources. Bureau of Aquatic 
Plant Research and Control. Tallahassee, Florida.

2. Stodola, J. 1967. Encyclopedia of Water 
Plants. T. F. H. Publications Inc. P. O. Box 33, 
Jersey City. New Jersey.

3. Bursche, E M. 1968. A Handbook of Water 
Plants. English Translation by H. Czech. 1971. 
Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd., London.

4. Cook, C. D. K., B. J. Gut, E. M. Rix, J. 
Schneller and M. Seitz.1974. Water Plants of the 
World. A Manual for the Identification of the 
Genera of Freshwater Macrophytes. Dr. W. Junk, 
Pub., The Hague.

5. Brezina, E. R., W. J. Harmon, A. D. Bradford 
and R. B. Hesser. 1971. Aquatic Plants. A Guide for 
their Identification and Control in Pennsylvania. 
Pennslyvania Water Resources Coordinating 
Committee, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

6. Lopinot, A. C. 1971. Aquatic Weeds: Their 
Identification and Methods of Control. Fishery 
Bulletin #4. Department of Conservation, Division 
of Fisheries, Springfield, Illinois.

7. Pennwalt. 1982. Aquatic Weed and Algae Guide. 
Pennwalt Corporation. Agchem Division, 3 Parkway, 
Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

8. Wood, R. D. 1967. Charophytes of North 
America. A Guide to the Species of Charophyta of 
North America, Central America and the West Indies.  
Stella's Printing, West Kingston, Rhode Island.

9. Bristow, J. M., J. Cardenas, T. M. Fullerton 
and J. Sierra. 197?. Malezas Acuaticas /Aquatic 
Weeds. Columbian Agricultural Institute 
/International Plant Protection Center, Oregon 
State Univ. /Agency for International Development.

10. Otto, N. E., T. R. Bartey and J. S. Thullen. 
1980. Aquatic Pests on Irrigation Systems. 
Identification Guide. Second Edition. Water and 
Power Resources Service, United States Department 
of the Interior.

11. Reid, G. K. 1967. Pond Life. A Guide to Common 
Plants and Animals of North American Ponds and 
Lakes. Golden Press. New York.

12. Brayshaw, T. C. 1985. Pondweeds and Bur-Reeds, 
and their Relatives, of British Columbia. British 
Columbia Provincial Museum, No. 26., Occasional 
Paper Series. Province of British Columbia.

13. Prescott, G. W. 1969. The Aquatic Plants. 
Pictured Key Nature Series. How To Know Series. Wm. 
C. Brown Co. Publishers, Dubuque, Iowa.

14. Nelson, E. N. and R. W. Couch. 1985. Aquatic 
Plants of Oklahoma. I: Submersed, Floating-Leaved 
and selected Emergent Macrophytes. Natural Science 
Department, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, 
Oklahoma

15. Benl, G. 1971. A Key to the Genera of Aquarium 
Plants Based on Vegetative Characters. Baileya 
18(4): 121-132.

16. Winterringer, G. S. and A. C. Lopinot. 1977. 
Aquatic Plants of Illinois. Illinois State Museum, 
Popular Science Series. Volume VI.

17. Godfrey, R. K and J. W. Wooten. 1979. Aquatic 
and Wetland Plants of Southeastern United States. 
Monocotyledons. The University of Georgia Press. 
Athens, Georgia. 712 p.

18. Mason, H. L. 1957. A Flora of the Marshes of 
California. University of California Press. 
Berkeley, California.

19. Arber, A. 1920. Water Plants. A Study of 
Aquatic Angiosperms. 1972 Reprint by Verlag Von J. 
Kramer, Germany.

20. Sculthorpe, C. D. 1967. The Biology of Aquatic 
Vascular Plants. Edward Arnold Limited, London.

21. Weldon, L. W., R. D. Blackburn and D. S. 
Harrison. 1969. Common Aquatic Weeds. Agricultural 
Handbook No. 352. Agricultural Research Service. 
United States Department of Agriculture.

22. Burkhalter, A. P., L. M. Curtis, R. L. Lazor, 
M. L. Beach and J. C. Hudson. 1972+. Aquatic Weed 
Identification and Control Manual. Bureau of 
Aquatic Plant Research and Control. Florida 
Department of Natural Resources.Tallahassee, 
Florida.

23. Hotchkiss, N. 1970. Common Marsh Plants of the 
United States and Canada. Bureau of Sport Fisheries 
and Wildlife. Resource Publication No. 93. United 
States Department of the Interior. Fish and 
Wildlife, Washington, D. C.

24. Carlson, R. A. and J. B. Moyle. 1968. Key to 
the Common Aquatic Plants of Minnesota. Special 
Publication No. 53. Minnesota Department of 
Conservation. Division of Game and Fish. Technical 
Services Section.

25. Fairbrothers, D. E. and E. T. Moul. 1965. 
Aquatic Vegetation of New Jersey. Part I. Ecology 
and Identification. Extension Bulletin 382. 
Extension Services, College of Agriculture, Rutgers 
State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

26. Tarver, D. P., J. A. Rodgers, M. J. Mahlor and 
R. L. Lazor. 1978. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of 
Florida. Bureau of Aquatic Plant Research and 
Control. Florida Department of Natural Resources.

27. Pennwalt. 1985. Submersed Aquatic Weeds and 
Algae Guide. Pennwalt Corporation, Agchem Division, 
Three Parkway, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

28. Beal, E. O. 1977. A Manual of Marsh and 
Aquatic Vascular Plants of North Carolina with 
Habitat Data. Technical Bulletin No. 247, North 
Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station.

29. Hotchkiss, N. 1972. Common Marsh, Underwater 
and Floating-Leaved Plants of the United States and 
Canada. Dover Publications, Incorporated, NewYork.

30. Subramanyam, K. 1962. Aquatic Angiosperms. A 
Systematic account of common Indian Aquatic 
Angiosperms. Botanical Monograph No. 3. Council of 
Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, 
India. 1974 Reprint.

31. Haslam, S. M. 1978. River Plants. The 
Macrophyte Vegetation of Watercourses. Cambridge 
University Press, Cambridge.

32. Fasset, N. C. 1957. A Manual of Aquatic 
Plants. The University of Wisconsin Press. 1975 
printing with 1956 revision appendix by E. C. 
Ogden.

33. Muenscher, W. C. 1944. Aquatic Plants of the 
United States. Cornell University Press. London and 
NewYork.

34. Leach, G. J. and P. L. Osborne. 1985. 
Freshwater Plants of Papua New Guinea. The 
University of Papua New Guinea Press.

35. Muhlberg, H. 1982. The Complete Guide to Water 
Plants. A Reference Book. E. P. Publishing Limited, 
Germany.

36. Montz, G. N. 1977. Wetland Plants of the New 
Orleans District. United States Army Corps of 
Engineers. New Orleans.

37. Correll, D. S. and H. B. Correll. 1975. 
Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southwestern United 
States. 2 Vol. Stanford University Press, Stanford, 
California.

38. Hitchcock, C. L., A. Cronquist, M. Ownbey and 
J. W. Thompson. 1969. Vascular Plants of the 
Pacific Northwest. University of Washington Press. 
Seattle. 5 Volume Set.

39. Aston, H. I. 1977. Aquatic Plants of 
Australia. Melbourne University Press, Australia.

40. Anonymous. 1975. Aquatic Plant List. Hyacinth 
Control Journal. Volume 13: 67-71. June.

41. Muenscher, W. C. 1959. Vascular Plants. 
Chapter 45. In: Ward, H. B., G. C. Whipple and W. 
T. Edmondson. Editors. Fresh Water Biology. Second 
Edition. John Wiley and Sons. p.1170-1193.

42. Ogden, E. C. 1974. Potamogeton in New York. 
Bulletin 423, New York State Museum and Sciences 
Service. The University of the State of New York. 
The State Education Department, Albany, New York.

43. Ogden, E. C. 1974. Anatomical Patterns of some 
Aquatic Vascular Plants of New York. Bulletin 424. 
New York State Museum and Sciences Service. The 
University of the State of New York. The State 
Education Department, Albany, New York.

44. Jones, S. B. 1974. Mississippi Flora I. 
Monocotyledon Families with Aquatic or Wetland 
Species. Gulf Research Reports 4(3): 357-379.

45. Jones, S. B. 1975. Mississippi Flora IV 
Dicotyledon Families with Aquatic or Wetland 
Species. Gulf Research Reports 5(1): 7-22.

46. Steward, A. N., L. R. J. Dennis and H. M. 
Gilkey. 1963. Aquatic Plants of the Pacific 
Northwest with Vegetative Keys. Second Edition. 
Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon.

47. Matsumura, Y. and H. D.Harrington. 1955. The 
true Aquatic Vascular Plants of Colorado. Colorado 
Agricultural Experiment Station. Colorado 
Agricultural and Mechanical College, Fort Collins, 
Colorado.

48. Mitchell, D. S. and P. A. Thomas. 1972. 
Ecology of Waterweeds in the Neotropics. An 
Ecolocical Survey of the Aquatic Weeds Eichhornia 
crassipes and Salvinia species, and their Natural 
Enemies in the Neotropics. Unesco, Paris. #12 in 
the Series, Technical Papers in Hydrology. A 
Contribution to the International Hydrological 
Decade.

49. Godfrey, R. N. and J. W. Wooten. 1981. Aquatic 
and Wetland Plants of Southeastern United States. 
Dicotyledons. The University of Georgia Press. 
Athens, Georgia. 933 p.

50. Brooks, R. E. and L. A. Hauser. 1978. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of Kansas I: Submersed and Floating 
Leaved Plants. Technical Publication of the State 
Biological Survey of Kansas. The University of 
Kansas. No. 7. (1981 Revised Edition with 
Supplement).

51. Bhaskar, V. and B. A. Razi. 1973. Hydrophytes 
and Marsh Plants of Mysore City. Prasaranga, 
University of Mysore.

52. Heritage, B. 1973. The Lotus Book of Water 
Gardening. Hamlyn, London.

53. Kramer, J. 1971. Water Gardening. Pools, 
Fountains and Plants. Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
York.

54. Perry, F. 1962. Water Gardens. Penquin Books.

55. Lindstrom, L. 1968. The Aquatic and Marsh 
Plants of the Great Plains of Central North 
America. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, 
Michigan.

56. Pancho, J. V. and M. Soerjani. 1978. Aquatic 
Weeds of Southeast Asia. A Systematic Account of 
Common Southeast Asian Aquatic Weeds. University of 
the Philippines, Laguna and Seamo, Bogota, 
Indonesia. National Publishing Cooperative 
Incorporated, Quezon City, Philippines.

57. Moul, E. T. and D. E. Fairbrothers. 1955. Do 
You Know? New Jersey's Common Aquatic Plants. New 
Jersey Outdoors. August 1955. p. 10-17.

58. Rataj, K. and T. J. Horeman. 1977. Aquarium 
Plants. Their Identification, Cultivation and 
Ecology. T. F. H. Publications, Incorporated, New 
Jersey.

59. Bordner, J. S., W. W. Morris, L. M. Wood and 
J. H. Steenis. 1932. Land Economic Inventory of 
Northern Wisconsin: Sawyer County. Wisconsin 
Department of Agriculture and Markets. 138.

60. Eyles, D. E., J. L. Robertson and G. W. Jax. 
1944. A Guide and Key to the Aquatic Plants of the 
Southeastern United States. Public Health Bulletin 
Number 286. Federal Security Agency, United States 
Public Health Service, Division of Infectious 
Diseases, National Institute of Health. United 
States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. 
C.

61. Crow, G. E and C. B. Hellquist. 1981. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 2. Typhaceae 
and Sparganiaceae. Bulletin 517. Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire, 
Durham, New Hampshire.

62. Hellquist, C. B. and G. E. Crow. 1981. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 3. 
Alismataceae. Bulletin 518. Agricultural Experiment 
Station,University of New Hampshire, Durham, New 
Hampshire.

63. Crow, G. E. and C. B. Hellquist. 1982. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 4. 
Juncaginaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae, Butomaceae, 
Hydrocharitaceae. Bulletin 520. Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire, 
Durham, New Hampshire.

64. C. B. Hellquist and G. E. Crow. 1982. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 5. Araceae, 
Lemnaceae, Xyridaceae, Eriocaulaceae, and 
Pontederiaceae. Bulletin 523. Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire, 
Durham, New Hampshire.

65. G. E. Crow and C. B. Hellquist. 1983. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 6. Trapaceae, 
Haloragaceae, Hippuridaceae. Bulletin 524. 
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of New 
Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.

66. C. B. Hellquist and G. E. Crow. 1984. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 7. 
Cabombaceae, Nymphaceae, Nelumbonaceae, and 
Ceratophyllaceae. Bulletin 527. Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire, 
Durham, New Hampshire.

67. G. E. Crow and C. B. Hellquist. 1985. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 8. 
Lentibulariaceae. Bulletin 528. Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire, 
Durham, New Hampshire.

68. Thieret, J. W. 1972. Aquatic and Marsh Plants 
of Louisiana: A Checklist. Louisiana Society for 
Horticultural Research Journal 13(1): 1-45.

69. Ceska, A. and M. A. M. Bell. 1973 
Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) in the Pacific 
Northwest. Madrono 22(2): 74-84.

70. Renlund, R. N. 1950. Aquatic Vegetation of 
some New Jersey Fresh-Water Lakes. Appendix ii. New 
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71. Fernald, M. L. 1932. The Linear-Leaved North 
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72. Ogden, E. C. 1953. Key to the North American 
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73. Ogden, E. C. 1943. The Broad-Leaved Species of 
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74. Aiken, S. G. 1984. The Water-Milfoils 
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75. Martin, A. C. and F. M. Uhler. 1951. Food of 
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76. Haynes, R. R. and L. B. Holm-Nielsen. 1987. 
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77. Rosatti, T. J. 1987. The Genera of 
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78. Kawakami, T. 1910. A List of Plants of 
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of Formosa.

79. Yoshioka, K. 1974. Aquatic and Wetland 
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80. Asis, C. V. Editor. 1971. Plants of the 
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81. Paijmans, K. Editor. 1976. New Guinea 
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82. Gunawardenu, D. C. 1968. Genera et Species 
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83. Parham, J. W. 1964. Plants of the Fiji 
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84. Wright, D. M. 1973. The Fly-Fishers' Plants. 
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85. Yunker, T. G. 1959. Plants of Tonga. Bulletin 
220. B. P. Bishop Museum. Honolulu.

86. Ohwi, J. 1965. Flora of Japan. Smithsonian 
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87. Moss, B. 1980. Chapter 6. Aquatic Plant 
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88. Wilson, R. and P. Lee. 1982. Part II. 
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89. Thompson, G., J Coldrey and G. Ernard. 1984. 
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90. Dressler, R., D. W. Hall, K. D. Perkins and N. 
H. Williams. 1987. Identification Manual for 
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of Food and Agricultural Services, Florida 
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91. Schloesser, D. W. 1986. A Field Guide to 
Valuable Underwater Aquatic Plants of the Great 
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92. Schloesser, D. W. and B. A. Manny. 1982. 
Distribution and Relative Abundance of Submerged 
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93. Beal, E. O. and J. W. Thieret. 1986. Aquatic 
and Wetland Plants of Kentucky. Kentucky Nature 
Preserves Commission, Scientific and Technical 
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94. Affolter, J. M. 1985. A Monograph of the Genus 
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95. Moore, E. 1915. The Potamogetons in Relation 
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96. Spencer-Jones, D. and M. Wade. 1986. Aquatic 
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97. Anon. 1980. Aquatic Plants and Algae Control. 
Ministry of the Environment, Ontario.

98. Schmidt, J. C. Ed. 1987. How to Identify and 
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99. Anon. 1989. Aquatic Plant and Algae Control. 
Ontario Ministry of the Environment. (Revision of 
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100. Anon. 1982. A Guide to Common Aquatic Plants 
in Urban Lakes. Le/Ad. Florida Game and Fresh Water 
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101. Anon. Poster of Common Aquatic Weeds. 
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102. Sainty, G. R. and S. W. L. Jacobs. 1988. 
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103. Burland, G. R. 1989. An Identification Guide 
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104. Aulbach-Smith, C. A. and S. J. De Kozlowski. 
1990. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southern 
Carolina. South Carolina Water Resources 
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105. Riemer, D. N. 1984. Introduction to Freshwater 
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106. Cook, C. D. K. 1990. Aquatic Plant Book. Spb 
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107. Hellquist, C. B. and G. E. Crow. 1980. Aquatic 
Vascular Plants of New England: Part 1. Zosteracea, 
Potamogetonaceae, Zannichelliaceae, Najadaceae. New 
Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, 
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108. Brayshaw, T. C. 1989. Buttercups, Waterlilies, 
and their Relatives: (the Order Ranales) in British 
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109. Landolt, E. 1980. Key to the Determination of 
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110. Anon. (Undated, 1982+). Water Chestnut, A 
Problem Aquatic Plant You Should Know in Lake 
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111. Anderson, L. W. 1987. Exotic Pest Profile No. 
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California Department of Food and Agriculture, 
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112. Cook, C. D. K. and M. S. Nicholls. 1986. A 
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113. Cook, C. D. K. and M. S. Nichols.  1987. A 
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Botanica Helvetica, 97(1): 1-44.

114. Stanley, R. A. 1966. Genecology of the Genus 
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115. Ceska, A. and P. Warrington. 1976. 
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116. Smith, S. G. 1973. Ecology of the Scirpus 
lacustris Complex in North America. Pol. Arch. 
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117. Smith, S. G. 1969. Natural Hybridization in 
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118. Landolt, E. 1975. Morphological 
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the Lemna gibba-Lemna minor Group. Aquatic 
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119. Urbanska-Worytkiewicz, K. 1975. Cytological 
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120. Katterns, L. B. 1972. Garden Ponds and Indoor 
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121. Anonymous 1974. Garden Pools. Fountains and 
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122. Cowardin, L. M., F. C. Golet, E. T. LaRoe and 
J. H. Sather. 1977. Classification of Wetlands and 
Deep-Water Habitats of the United States. Fish and 
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123 Hessayon, D. G. 1993. The Rock and Water 
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124 Windelov, H. and J. Stodola. 1987. Aquarium 
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125 Nichols, S. A. and J. G. Vennie. 1991. 
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126 Welsh, J. 1992. Guide to Wisconsin Aquatic 
Plants. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 
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127 Bassett, B., D. Menown and C. Gemming. 1993. 
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128 Nichols, S. A. and J. G. Vennie. 1991. 
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129 Whitley, J. R., B. Bassett, J. G. Dillard and 
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130 Wittrock, G. L. 1946. Edible Plants of the 
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131 Stanton, Frank W. and H. C. Smith. 1957. Key 
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132 Ceska, Oldriska. 1977. Studies on Aquatic 
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133 Harding, Lee, and Emily McCullum. Editors. 
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134 Anonymous. 1992. Turn your Pond into an 
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135 Mitchell, D. S. Editor. 1974. Aquatic 
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136 Little, E. C. S. 1979. Handbook of Utilization 
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137 Trudeau, Philip N. 1982. Nuisance Aquatic 
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138 Aurand. Don. 1983. Nuisance Aquatic Plants and 
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139 Canfield, Daniel E. and Mark V. Hoyer. 1992. 
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140 Larson, Gary E. 1993. Aquatic and Wetland 
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141 Casper, S. Jost and Heinz-Dieter Krausch. 
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142 Druse, Ken. 1993. Water Gardening. Burpee. 
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143 Anonymous. 1989. Waterlilies and other Aquatic 
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144 Roe, Colin D. 1967. A Manual of Aquarium 
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