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freshwater tidal marshes

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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... Carolina Pennsylvania Virginia Habitat Aeschynomene virginica is native to freshwater tidal marshes of the mid-Atlantic states (USFWS 1992). These marshes exhibit twice-daily tides, but occur far enough ... 4. (NatureServe 2001). Only a small group of plants can tolerate this tidal inundation; thus, freshwater tidal marshes are home to many specialized and rare species. Aeschynomene virginica grows ...
www.centerforplantconservation.org

Seagrasses
... with perennial rhizomes or "holdfasts" to withstand wave action and tidal currents; and (4) it must be water pollinated. At ... , and Najas marina live submersed in brackish water of salt marshes, ditches and estuaries. These latter species have cosmopolitan distributions ... Gulf of California. Assuming the seagrasses gradually evolved from freshwater plants, one of their biggest hurdles to overcome was ...
waynesword.palomar.edu


... marshes also exist in a few inland spots like the edges of the Salton Sea and Soda Lake in Carrizo, but for the most part are in tidal flats next to the ocean. The inland areas have slightly different plants than the coastal sites, but very close. Salt marshes are a mixture of halophytes(salt adapted) plants and wetland adapted plants (where the freshwater inlet lowers ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Native Wetland Plants Catalog
... , pp.47-48). In fact, it is estimated that “one hectare (2.5 acres) of tidal wetland can do the job of US $123,000 worth of state of the art ... Pennsylvania State University. http://h2osparc.wq.ncsu.edu/info/wetlands/index.html. Weller, Milton W. Freshwater Marshes: Ecology and Wildlife Management. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 1981. Click here to return ...
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