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The invasive vascular flora of Great Gull Island, Long Island Sound, New York


The invasive vascular flora of Great Gull Island, Long Island Sound, New York



Proceedings of the Fifty seventh Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Baltimore, MD, USA, 6-9 January 2003: 21-23



The invasive vascular flora of Great Gull Island, a 6.9 hectare island in Long Island Sound, New York, consists of 111 species within 84 genera and 37 families. The largest families in the flora were Poaceae (22 species) and Asteraceae (18 species). The largest genera were Polygonum, Rosa, and Trifolium, each with 3 species.

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