Craig counting bulrush stems on Lake Toho

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Craig counting bulrush stems on Lake Toho

Planting native aquatic plants is a great way to establish quality fish and wildlife habitat. Researchers evaluate new methods to improve revegetation programs.


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FWC Facts:
Brown hoplo, a nonnative, armored catfish, is found throughout central and south Florida. They can survive in low-oxygen backwaters and ditches, where they gulp air at the surface.

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