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Permalink Plant Image Gallery Now Includes Aquatic Plants

The Noble Research Institute has expanded its Plant Image Gallery to include aquatic plants. The plants featured in the aquatics category are from the Noble Research Institute's newest pictorial guidebook, Common Aquatic Vegetation in the Southern Great Plains. The Plant Image Gallery is designed to assist farmers and ranchers, botanists, ecologists, natural resource managers, educators, and hobbyists to identify plants commonly found in the Southern Great Plains. The Plant Image Gallery includes numerous images grasses and grasslikes; forbs; and trees, shrubs and woody vines, as well as the aquatic vegetation.



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