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Lagarosiphon major

Common Name(s): Origin: Temperate and tropical Eurasia and Northern Africa1 Introduction to Florida: 1940s (ornamental)2 Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List Yes No Yes LAGAROSIPHON MAJOR (Roxb.) (Ridley) Moss African elodea, oxygen weed Hyrocharitaceae/frog’s […]

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Eichhornia azurea

Common Name(s): Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List Yes No Yes Eichhornia azurea is also listed as a prohibited or noxious weed in Alabama, Arizona, California, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas and […]

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Colubrina asiatica

Common Name(s): Origin: Pantropical Old World1Introduction to Florida: pre-1933 (ornamental)2 Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List No Yes No CATEGORY I on the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s (FLEPPC) 2015 List of Invasive Plant […]

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Calophyllum antillanum

Common Name(s): Origin: Caribbean, Cuba to Grenada1 Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List No No No CATEGORY I on the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s (FLEPPC) 2015 List of Invasive Plant Species UF-IFAS Assessment […]

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Bauhinia variegata

Common Name(s): Origin: Eastern Asia (India, China) 1Introduction to Florida: 1936 (ornamental) 2 Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List No No No CATEGORY I on the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s (FLEPPC) 2015 List […]

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Axonopus species

Common Name(s): Online image request form Carpetgrasses often occur together in flatwoods, even in standing water. Axonopus furcatus, big carpet grass, and Axonopus fissifolius, common carpetgrass, are very similar in appearance. A. furcatus spikelets are smooth; A. fissifolius spikelets have hairs. It is clump forming and spreading; stems flattened, erect to 3 ft. tall; leaf […]

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Saururus cernuus

Common Name(s): Video ID segment (2-3 minutes) Online image request form Lizard’s-tail is a common emersed plant. It grows into small colonies from underground runners. The erect plant is commonly found growing to one to two feet tall, in freshwater marshes and swamps nearly throughout Florida (Wunderlin, 2003). It blooms in the summer. Saururus cernuus […]

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Proserpinaca pectinata

Common Name(s): Video ID segment (2-3 minutes / transcript below) Online image request form Video Transcript Combleaf mermaidweed – Proserpinaca pectinataMermaidweed is a small, native emersed plant – a member of the watermilfoil family. It is usually found in the water but often becomes stranded above the water where it grows quite well. It flowers […]

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Polygonum species

Common Name(s): Video ID segment (2-3 minutes) Online image request form Knotweeds are emersed plants, and there are many species. Knotweeds grow in marshes and swamps, wet forests and ditches. A distinguishing characteristic of knotweed is its swollen nodes where the leaves meet the stems. Leaves are lance-shaped, narrow, and willow-like. The leaf bases form […]

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Cupaniopsis anacardioides

Common Name(s): Origin: Australia1Introduction to Florida: 1968 (ornamental)2 Video ID segment (2-3 minutes / transcript below) Online image request form This species appears on the following legally prohibited plant lists Federal Noxious Weed List Florida Noxious Weed List Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List No Yes No CATEGORY I on the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s […]

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