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"Cold fog and a salty, seaweedy smell greeted us as we stepped off the bus..."
"The students of MMS Aroostook 7th grade team have found a shocking discovery, Purple Loosestrife is growing on campus..."
"We saw birds and squirrels running up and down trees , but most of the birds were.... sadly flying south."
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"The stem to purple loosestrife is always square. I cut a part of the stem to show...."
"The leaves are in between 5-12 cm, ours is approximately 7 cm, and are alternating...."
"The shape of this star is different than the northern sea star. This one has shorter arms...."
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"One of the biggest challenges to hunting for curly leaf pondweed this time of year, is that this particular invasive plant..."
"The green in the eggs is from an alga called Oophila amblystomatis. It was recently discovered that...
"When we were checking we were looking for a cottony substance, and small white..."
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Dedham looks for didymo
Invasive wreaths need careful disposal, Portland Press Herald
Purple loosestrife comic
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