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Hydrilla Threatens Finger Lakes

The invasive aquatic plant Hydrilla verticillata, commonly called hydrilla or water thyme, has invaded the Cayuga Inlet. Hydrilla, often referred to as one of the world’s worst invasive aquatic plants, was discovered in mid-August 2011 in the inlet to Cayuga Lake in Ithaca.  

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Hydrilla spotted in Cayuga Inlet, first time in CNY

Source: NewsChannel 9 WSYR (New York)
Date Published: 08/24/11

Ithaca (WSYR-TV) — It’s one of the most aggressive invasive species in the United States and it’s now been spotted in Central New York. For the first time, hydrilla – also known as water thyme – has made its way to the Finger Lakes.
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New Blog!

Welcome to the new APMS blog. This will be a way to aggregate news, journal articles, and technical reports from across the country in one easy to find place.Stay tuned!
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