The harvester will collect floating weeds, the majority of which is Salvinia molesta, taking care not to shred the rooted Cabomba
caroliniana as any disturbance speeds its spread.
, Trimenia: Endress & Sampson, 1983; Endress & Igersheim, 2000).
Common name Scientific Name PROHIBITED PLANTS Fanwort Cabomba
caroliniana Brazilian waterweed Egeria densa Hydrilla/water thyme Hydrilla verticillata Parrot feather Myriophyllum aquaticum Eurasian water milfoil Myriophyllum spicatum Curly leaf pond weed Potamogeton crispus PROHIBITED ANIMALS Northern snakehead Channa argus Bullseye snakehead Channa marulius Giant snakehead Channa micropeltes Walking catfish Clarias batrachus Oriental weatherfish Misgurnus anguillicaudatus REGULATED ANIMALS Goldfish Carassius auratus Common lionfish Pterois miles Red lionfish Pterois volitans
Ashraf, "Arsenic, zinc, and aluminium removal from gold mine wastewater effluents and accumulation by submerged aquatic plants (Cabomba
piauhyensis, Egeria densa, and Hydrilla verticillata)," BioMed Research International, vol.
A total of seven plant species were found, and belong to seven families: Characeae (Chara sp.) (S), Salviniaceae (Salvinia auriculata Aubl.) (F), Cabombaceae (Cabomba
aquatica Aubl.) (S), Nymphaeaceae (Nymphaea pulchella DC Syst.) (F), Poaceae (Leersia cf.
Biosorption of Cr (III) and Cr (VI) species from aqueous solution by Cabomba
caroliniana: kinetic and equilibrium study.
The lake consists of some open water but the rest is made up of a mix of water lilies and dollar bonnets on the surface and submerged plants such as purple cabomba
Amaral, "Microsatellite markers isolated from Cabomba
Free-floating macrophytes (e.g., Eicchornia crassipes,Pistia stratiotes and Salvinia spp) are most common in several Neotropical man-made-lakes, but submersed and emergent species also occur frequently, for instance: Egeria najas,Egeria densa, Utricularia ssp, Cabomba
furcata, Najas sp, Eichhornia azurea, Eleocharis ssp, Ludwigia spp, Oxycaryum cubense, Echinochloa polystachya and Typha domingensis (Vilarrubia and Cova, 1993; Bini et al., 1999; Pompeo et al., 2001; Tanaka et al., 2002; Marcondes et al., 2003; Bini et al., 2005; Thomaz et al., 2006, 2009a, 2009b; Martins et al., 2008; Bianchini Junior et al., 2010).
caroliniana) is an invasive aquatic weed in California that was introduced through the aquarium industry.