AQUATIC ENEMIES RESTRICTED IN MICHIGAN

starry stonewort

  • Whorls of 4-6 branchlets/leaves with blunt tips
  • Star-shaped bulbils are produced at the nodes, generally 3-6 mm wide
  • Can reach up to 33 inches
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Eurasian watermilfoil

  • Emergent, herbaceous aquatic plant
  • Stems are whitish-pink to reddish-brown
  • Leaves are greyish-green with finely divided pairs of leaflets that are ½-2 inches long, gives the plant a feathery appearance
  • Leaves arranged in whorls of 3-6
  • Yellow or reddish flower with 4 parts on a projected spike sitting 2-4 inches above water
  • Usually 3-10 feet tall with a maximum of 33 feet
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curly-leaf pondweed

  • Leaves are dark green with wavy, serrated margins
  • Submersed, perennial herb with thick roots
  • Can reach 2 meters in length
  • Flowering spike grows above water’s surface
  • Starts growing in fall and winter, flowers in late spring, dies in late July

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