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Invasive aquatic plant found in 4 Michigan inland lakes

From: Detroitnews.com

Lansing – An invasive aquatic plant – first detected in southeastern Michigan in 1996 – has been found in four inland lakes in Washtenaw and Jackson counties.

The presence of European frogbit has been confirmed within the Waterloo Recreation Area, according to Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy.

It also has been found in the Dansville State Game Area in Ingham County.

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