- For more information please visit the Osceola County Hydrilla and Hygrophila Demonstration Project Website. This site is intended to provide information on the biology of Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla) and Hygrophila polysperma (hygrophila), the problems these aquatic weeds cause.
- Featured Creature: Hydrilla miner Cricotpus lebetis
- UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
- Hydrilla IPM Project in the News
- Hydrilla: New Control Methods on the Way? (Marsh Rider Airboating Magazine, March/April 2011)
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