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Aquatic plants of Illinois

Glen Spelman Winterringer

Aquatic plants of Illinois

an illustrated manual including species submersed, floating, and some of shallow water and muddy shores

by Glen Spelman Winterringer

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Published by Dept. of Registration & Education, Illinois State Museum Division : Dept. of Conservation, Division of Fisheries in Springfield .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois
    • Subjects:
    • Freshwater plants -- Illinois -- Identification.,
    • Wetland plants -- Illinois -- Identification.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGlen S. Winterringer, Alvin C. Lopinot.
      SeriesIllinois State Museum popular science series,, v. 6
      ContributionsLopinot, Alvin C., joint author., Illinois State Museum., Illinois. Division of Fisheries.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK157 .W54 1977
      The Physical Object
      Pagination142 p. (p. 142 blank) :
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4241005M
      LC Control Number80621674

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Aquatic plants of Illinois; an illustrated manual including species submersed, floating, and some of shallow water and muddy shores. [Glen Spelman Winterringer; Alvin C Lopinot]. title = {Aquatic plants of Illinois; an illustrated manual including species submersed, floating, and some of shallow water and muddy shores }, copyright = {In copyright.

Digitized with permission of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees. Contact [email protected] for information.}. Michigan. Some of the plants included in this guide are identified as invasive or non-native plants of concern.

These plants can spread easily and may quickly reach nuisance density levels. They have the potential to negatively impact the native plant community and the overall health of the aquatic community. “This book is an essential botanical reference for anyone interested in Midwestern plants; it is absolutely essential for anyone interested in the identification of aquatic macrophytes, far exceeding in clarity of presentation and photography any published North American aquatic plant guide.".

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Publications. The Illinois Natural History Survey began publishing in with Transactions of the Illinois Natural History Society Volume 1, which contained articles “useful and interesting to the citizens and schools of Illinois, with a hope that a zeal for the pursuits and studies of Natural History may spring up among our people ”.

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