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Loosestrife: Correspondences

Author: Gwydion


Lythrum salicaria
Folk Names: Blooming Sally, Lythrum,
Partyke, Purple Willow Herb,
Rainbow Weed, Sage Willow, Salicaire
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Moon
Element: Earth
Deity:
Power: Peace, Protection

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Impact and management of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in
*Author for correspondence (e-mail: bb22@cornell.
a review of the effectsof purple loosestrife - SpringerLink.com
the hypothesis that purple loosestrife has deleterious effects. The most commonly cited To whom correspondence should be addressed.
Evidence of Hybridization Between Lythrum salicaria (Purple
Background and Aims Although Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife) was introduced to loosestrife) could have played a role in its ultimate spread was tested.
Effects of Triclopyr Amine on Purple Loosestrife and Non-target
Seedlings dominated the total number of loosestrife plants in the 8.0 and 12.0 kg/ .
VARIATION OF SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY WITHIN INVASIVE
(purple loosestrife) by controlled self- and cross-pollinations of 124 plants sampled from 12 1 Author for correspondence; e-mail: rob.colautti@utoronto.ca .

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Foundational concept of ecology tested by experiment
Now a summer-long study shows that the flowering invasive plant purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) triggers a chain of interactions that ultimately alters the diversity of zooplankton populations in artificial ponds.

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Impact and management of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in
*Author for correspondence (e-mail: bb22@cornell.
Purple Loosestrife: Sometimes Beauty is a Beast
Mar 3, 2011 At various times, it has also been called "spiked loosestrife. .
Purple loosestrife suppresses plant species colonization far more
Nov 22, 2010 Purple loosestrife suppresses plant species colonization far more than broad- leaved cattail: *Correspondence: Correspondence author.
Lake Champlain Basin Program: Aquatic Nuisance Species in Lake
Purple loosestrife is native to Eurasia and has been present in New England for almost .
Ecological Services–West Virginia Field Office | Northeast Region
The beetles, which eat loosestrife, can take as little as three years to start thoroughly Learn more at the "Eat Loosestrife" blog.