aquatic vegetation

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  • The native aquatic vegetation is well established in that part of the river.
  • It has been most commonly found on mud, aquatic vegetation and dead leaves.
  • Part of the south western part of the figure eight is usually covered in tall aquatic vegetation that reach out of the water.
  • They follow their parents to a platform of aquatic vegetation where they will be brooded.
  • They spend most of their lives in the water, hiding in aquatic vegetation or other forms of cover.
  • No information is available on the aquatic vegetation in the area.
  • Both species are known to be very destructive to the native aquatic vegetation.
  • As aquatic vegetation grew back, more and more of the lake's surface gradually became overgrown with plant life.
  • The lake bottom also yields eight different types of aquatic vegetation.
  • The choice of such a site is frequently, though not always, a mass of fine leaved aquatic vegetation.
  • The water has standing timber and aquatic vegetation but generally is rather turbid.
  • They will spread their eggs over aquatic vegetation or brush in attempt to hide them from predators.
  • The water is exceptionally clear with a mostly rocky bottom, relatively free of aquatic vegetation.
  • Few species are contained in the lake, the aquatic vegetation of which is limited to some Reed.
  • Once the mound has been completed, a sizable platform of aquatic vegetation is constructed on top.
  • The resulting loss of aquatic vegetation has depleted the habitat for much of the bay's animal life.
  • They will descend as much as a foot under the water to oviposit in aquatic vegetation.
  • The aquatic vegetation is rich and provides a valuable food source for waterfowl.
  • Australian pelicans occur primarily in large expanses of open water without dense aquatic vegetation.
  • Aquatic vegetation is more prominent in South Manistique compared to the other two lakes.
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