Mar 22 2023
Cattail Deep Dive (Native But Nuisance)
Invasive Species Terminology - Iannone, B. V., Carnevale, S., Main, M. B., Hill, J. E., McConnell, J. B., Johnson, S. A., Enloe, S. F., Andreu, M., Bell, E. C., Cuda, J. P., & Baker, S. M. (2020). Invasive Species Terminology: Standardizing for Stakeholder Education. The Journal of Extension, 58(3), Article 27. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss3/27
Bansal, S., S.C. Lishawa, S. Newman, B.A. Tangen, D. Wilcox, D. Albert, M.J. Anteau, M.J. Chimney, R.L. Cressey, E. DeKeyser, K.J. Elgersma, S.A. Finkelstein, J. Freeland, R.Grosshans, P.E. Klug, D.J. Larkin, B.A. Lawrence, G. Linz, J. Marburger, G. Noe, C. Otto, N. Reo, J. Richards, C. Richardson, A.J. Schrank, D. Svedarsky, S. Travis, N. Tuchman, and L. Windham-Myers. 2019. Typha (cattail) invasion in North American wetlands: biology, regional problems, impacts, ecosystem services, and management. Wetlands 39(4):645-684. doi: 10.1007/s13157-019-01174-7
Cattail [Typha species]South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) SFWMD Scientific Publications (and 2022 Environmental Report)
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