Remove specific aquatic plants
Overall effectiveness category Likely to be beneficial
Number of studies: 0
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Non-native plant species can be introduced into or naturally invade waterbodies and out-compete native species altering aquatic habitats. For example, swamp stonecrop Crassula helmsii can form thick mats covering whole ponds.
Studies in which aquatic vegetation was removed as one of a combination of interventions for the restoration of ponds or wetlands are discussed in ‘Restore ponds’ and ‘Restore wetlands’.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Amphibian Conservation
Amphibian Conservation - Published 2014