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Our July 2009 survey found 14 species of aquatic plants. None were invasive. The most abundant species was Potamogeton perfoliatus that was found mainly in the lake's center. This plant was visible from the surface and shoreline due to the red tinge in the leaves. Vallisneria
Other species of aquatic vegetation included; Najas flexilis, Potamogeton bicupulatus, Callitriche sp., Utricularia radiata, and Sparganium. These species were found throughout the lake, mainly away from the shoreline. Sparse Gratiola aurea, Nuphar variegata, Elatine minima, and Isoetes echinospora were found in shallow water.