Re: NANFA-- Milfoil Update
Fri, 8 Dec 2000 17:19:18 EST

I went to that page, And the plants I have are different than both of the
plants pictured. They Have the leaves and leaflets of the EMF, but are much
much closer spaced on the stem, and is very dense. The leaves are limp out of
the water, as well. I don't know if the reason why the stem is so sparse
because the specimen pictured was found in deeper water, or not, but the
plants I collected were growing in clumps in 2-4ft of water. The tips of the
plants are extremely sense, and not so limp. Anyways, what's your opinion? I
know for sure mine are a type of milfoil, as they have the leaves that are
once divided each.

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