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On the basis of observations in Mississippi Sound and elsewhere, it is known that at least five species of marine monocotyledonous plants commonly known as “sea grasses” occur in abundance along the northern Gulf coast and may be virtually continuous between Florida and Aransas, Texas. An annotated list of species and key are included.

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Publication date: 1956-01-01

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