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Arrow-arum

Peltandra virginica

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Oakes' Pondweed

Potamogeton oakesianus

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Long-beaked Arrowhead

Sagittaria engelmanniana

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Ten-angled Pipewort

Eriocaulon decangulare

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Horned Bladderwort

Utricularia cornuta

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Pickerel Weed

Pontederia cordata

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Golden Club

Orontium aquaticum

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White Water-lily

Nymphaea odorata subsp. odorata

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Aquatic Herbaceous

Aquatic Herbaceous

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Slender Clubmoss

Lycopodiella caroliniana

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Pine Barrens Trees

Woody plants can be divided into groups such as trees, shrubs, subshrubs, and vines, but some woody plants blur these distinctions. For general purposes we can think of trees as typically tall perennial woody plants with a single stem (trunk). There are only about twenty tree species native to the Pine Barrens.

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Shrubs

There are about 68 species of shrubs native to the Pinelands.

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Ferns & Fern Allies

The Pine Barrens is not particularly rich in ferns, but it does have several prominent and beautiful species.

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Grasses

Wildflower enthusiasts who disregard the grasses are certainly missing a big part of the show. The flowers produced by grasses are indeed small, but they are quite spectacular when viewed with a 10X hand lens.

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Pitcher Plant

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Foxtail Clubmoss

Lycopodiella alopecuroides

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Pinelands Ecology

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Protecting Roadside Vegetation

In violation of the Pinelands regulations, road maintenance crews have been destroying the natural vegetation along roadways throughout the Pinelands.

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