Ecology and Control of the Freshwater Aquatic Plant Spatterdock (Nuphar sp.)
Spatterdock, a member of the water lily family Nymphaeaceae, is a native perennial aquatic plant that commonly occurs in lakes, ponds, slow moving streams, canals, ditches and tidal reaches of fresh water streams. Alternate names for spatterdock include: yellow pond lily, yellow cow lily, bullhead lily, brandy bottle and variegated yellow pond lily.
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water quality, aquatic ecosystem, wetland plants
New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
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