Photographs that may aid in the discovery and identification of hydrilla are by Jon Reis for NYSFOLA. Photos may be reprinted or reproduced for further distribution with acknowledgement to the New York State Federation of Lake Associations and Jon Reis, photographer.
Hydrilla - entire plant
Hydrilla - serrated edges up close
Hydrilla Leaf Whorls
Hydrilla - upper portion of plant
Hydrilla's tubers are distinct to this plant
Bob Johnson shows a weed rake used in rake toss survey
Plants brought in by rake toss
Other plants that might be mistaken for hydrilla
Brazilian Elodea - also an invasive aquatic plant, report this too! Common elodea is native.
Naiads can also be confused with Hydrilla
Lake News OCT 17th
DEC Issues 2017 Finger Lakes Water Quality Report
The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Finger Lakes Watershed Hub has released its 2017 Finger Lakes Water Quality Report: Summary of Historic Finger Lakes Data and the 2017 Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment ProgramRead More Read ALL