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Title Page, Copyright

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Preface

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pp. ix-x

The senior author began research on this work more than twenty years ago at Florida State University with a grant from the National Science Foundation (G-4321) for study of aquatic plants of Florida. Later, funding was obtained from the Institute of General Sciences, National Institutes of Health (RG-6305). While these grants were in force much field...

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Introduction

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pp. 1-5

The aim of this work is to aid in identifying native and naturalized dicotyledonous plants that inhabit aquatic and wetland places, places permanently or seasonally wet. It is not intended to be a study of ecology of hydrophytes. It is hoped that, as a taxonomic-floristic work, it will have value to ecologists, to governmental agencies concerned with environmental...

Artificial Key to the Higher Taxa

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pp. 7-20

Descriptive Flora

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pp. 21-885

Glossary

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pp. 887-896

References

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pp. 897-900

Index of Common Names

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pp. 901-909

Index to Scientific Names

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pp. 911-933