Celastrus orbiculatusNOT FOUND by SayNo2Invasives
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I was happy because we got to do fun science stuff outside of the school building. I saw some leaves, and some very calm waves in the water. I smelt fish and grass. I am surprised by what i didn't find because the pond looks like it would have all sorts of plants in/near it. A problem i ran into was that we didn't have the best area to place our quadrat.
I think we did not find Oriental Bittersweet because there has been no complaints that this plant has harmed anyone in past and they haven't cut them down yet so this means what we found is not invasive so it is not Oriental Bittersweet.
Another reason why we think we did not find it is because what we found has not harmed the environment so there for it is not Oriental BItterswet.
N 43.447150 °
W -70.780420 °
Number One Pond
Tue, 2012-10-16 11:24
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Type of investigation:
Species and Habitat Survey
1 different species
Evidence of vectors: