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Invasive and Other Non-Native Plants: Found in Public Waters and Conservation Lands of Florida and the Southeastern United States
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A full color recognition guide to 94 non-native plants, many prohibited by federal or state law, found in public waters and conservation lands (as well as on private property, urban and rural) of Florida and the Southeastern United States.
This is an "encapsulated" water-proof pocket poster.
Recognize and identify plants in the field quickly with our new laminated full-color recognition guides. For students and professionals - anyone who wants easy-to-carry reminders to help them quickly ID plants in the wild. These guides fold out for an easy view of dozens of plants at one time. Essential plant characteristics are pictured with brief text descriptions, where needed. Laminated with heavy-duty 3 mil laminate for protection from the elements and made to last for many field trips. A project of Vic Ramey (University of Florida) and Jeff Schardt (Florida Department of Environmental Protection).
Of the freshwater plants depicted, 100% are found in Florida. The great majority are also found elsewhere in the United States.
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