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The $850,000 provided for this intensive program will focus on eradicating Cabomba from the Darwin River.
Pollen and anther ontogeny in Cabomba caroliniana (Cabombaceae, Nymphaeales).
Cabomba palaeformis Fassett (1, 2) CAM, CHIS, MEX, MOR, OAX, QROO, SLP, TAB, TAMS, VER.
Fanwort Cabomba caroliniana Floating Aquatic Species Mosquito fern Azolla caroliniana Water fern Salvinia rotundifolia Water lettuce Pistia stratiotes Duckweeds Lemna spp.
Floral structure, development, and relationships of paleoherbs: Saruma, Cabomba, Lactoris, and selected Piperales.
These are plants that grow submerged, such as anacharis (Elodea canadensis), Cabomba, and eel grass (Vallisneria).
Queensland will take the national lead on the implementation of the giant rats tail and prickly acacia related components and will be involved in other research components to find effective biocontrol solutions for mother of millions and cabomba.
In order to avoid cannibalism during molting, pieces of PVC pipe (15 x 3 cm [conjunto vacio]), stones and macrophytes such as Vallisneria gigantea, Elodea densa, aquatic Cabomba types were used as aquarium ornaments, creating a refuge for the animals.
Elsewhere, ephydrids are known as major pollinators of aquatic plants such as Cabomba caroliniana Gray (Osborn et al.
AZCA 0 0 0 0 0 67 50 Cabomba caroliniana Gray CACA 0 0 0 0 0 67 50 Ceratophyllum demersum L.
The underwater habitat varies from open (bare sand, mud bottom or leaf debris) to dense areas of logs, stumps, branches or submergent vegetation composed primarily of Cabomba caroliniana, Ceratophyllum demersum, Uricularia spp.
Targeted weed species are: giant rats tail grass, prickly acacia, mother-of-millions, fleabane, sowthistle, silverleaf nightshade, African boxthorn, ox-eye daisy, cabomba, and sagittaria.
Among basal angiosperms it is present in Cabomba (Nymphaeales) (Endress, 2008a).