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There are three native to Missouri water milfoils is the reason I asked. The invasive species are usually transplanted from aquariums. It be funny if tthe same homeowners that object to an invasive were the very ones that planted it.Β  When I fished back east the locals called the native variety there simply "waterweeds" or "chokeweed" because it grew so dense as to look solid, as though it was choking off the entire stream flow, but fish and frogs, and other fish food loved them.

Eurasian milfoil has the ability to grow a new plant from any broken piece, so that when a boat runs through a patch and the prop chops it up, it multiplies astronomically.

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