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Arrow arum and cattails
Arrow arum (Peltandra virginica), with cattail (Typha spp) in the background. These species are common along tidal fresh and brackish waterways. Arrow arum is also known as "tuckahoe" and was a Native American food source. This photo was taken along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle.

Arrow arum and cattails Arrow arum (Peltandra virginica), with cattail (Typha spp) in the background. These species are common along tidal fresh and brackish waterways. Arrow arum is also known as "tuckahoe" and was a Native American food source. This photo was taken along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle. Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands

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Arrow arum and cattails
Arrow arum (Peltandra virginica), with cattail (Typha spp) in the background. These species are common along tidal fresh and brackish waterways. Arrow arum is also known as "tuckahoe" and was a Native American food source. This photo was taken along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle.
Patuxent River View over the upper Patuxent River from the observation tower at Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary. This stretch was paddled during the last day of the 4-day Patuxent Sojourn paddle. Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands,osprey Upper Patuxent River View over the upper Patuxent River from the observation tower at Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary. This stretch was paddled during the last day of the 4-day Patuxent Sojourn paddle. Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands Muskrat lodge Muskrat lodge along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands Arrow arum and cattails Arrow arum (Peltandra virginica), with cattail (Typha spp) in the background. These species are common along tidal fresh and brackish waterways. Arrow arum is also known as "tuckahoe" and was a Native American food source. This photo was taken along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle. Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands Arrow arum and Phragmites Arrow arum (Peltandra virginica), with Phragmites (Phragmites australis) in the background. Phragmites is an introduced/exotic plant, while arrow arum is a native. Arrow arum is also known as "tuckahoe" and was a Native American food source. This photo was taken along the upper Patuxent River during the annual Patuxent Sojourn paddle. Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Marylandpaddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve Saltmarsh in the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve in southern New Jersey. The sheen on the water surface is naturally produced by bacteria living in the saltmarsh. Great Bay,Jacques,Cousteau,Mullica River,National Estuarine Research Reserve,NERRS,New,Jersey,Plants,salt,marsh,saltmarsh,Tuckerton,wetlands,Spartina
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Filename:iil_ian_jt_0830.jpg
Album name:JaneT / Marsh/Wetlands
Keywords: Chesapeake Bay, estuary, flora, kayak, Marylandpaddle, Patuxent River, Plants, Sojourn, tidal, wetlands
Author Name:Jane Thomas
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):06/22/09
Media Type:Photo
File Size:6553 KB
Date added:Jun 23, 2009
Dimensions:3264 x 2448 pixels
Displayed:335 times
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IPTC Title:Arrow arum and cattails
IPTC Copyright:Copyright to the photographer. Free for any use if appropriate credit is reproduced with the image.
IPTC Keywords:Chesapeake Bay,estuary,flora,kayak,Maryland,paddle,Patuxent River,Plants,Sojourn,tidal,wetlands
URL:http://ian.umces.edu/imagelibrary/displayimage-3288.html
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