European Frog-bit Publications

See below for publications on European Frog-bit. These papers were collected in our regular Frog-bit Forum – a collection of academic publications in the previous month(s). Sign up for the newsletter here! 

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TitleAuthorPublicationLinkDatePaywall (pay for access, or by organization affiliation)Tags/Keywords
Aggregated occurrence records of invasive European frog-bit (Hydrocharismorsus-ranae L.) across North AmericaSara E. Hansen , Blake C. Cahill , Rachel A. Hackett , Michael J. Monfils , Ryan T. Goebel , Shannon Asencio , Anna MonfilsBiodiversity Data JournalView Article2022NoEuropean frog-bit, Laurentian Great Lakes, invasive plants, aquatic ecosystems, wetlands, occurrence records, specimen data
European Frog-bit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L.) Phenology and Reproductive Biology in MichiganBlake C. Cahill, Ryan T. Goebel, and Anna K. MonfilsCentral Michigan UniversityView Article2021NoPhenology, reproductive biology, seed germination, turion fecundity, turion germination
Multispectral detection of European frog-bit in the South Nation River using Quickbird imageryCameron Proctor, Vincent Robinson & Yuhong HeCanadian Journal of Remote SensingView Article2012NoRemote sensing, EFB detection, multispectral satellite imagery,
European Frog-bit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L.) in Michigan: Stakeholder Awareness, Perceptions, and AttitudesBlake C. Cahill, Ryan T. Goebel, Sara E. Hansen, and Anna K. Monfils Central Michigan UniversityCentral Michigan UniversityView Article2021NoSurvey development, user awareness, professional awareness, attitudes, demographics
Northern Lake Frog-bit and Water Chestnut Control and Mapping ProjectMichael Lew-Smith and Mike WinslowArrowwood Environmental and Lake Champlain CommitteeView Article2016NoMapping, control, remote identification, Canada
The biology of Canadian weeds. 124. Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L.P. M. Catling, G. Mitrow, E. Haber, U. Posluszny, and W. A. CharltonCanadian Journal of Plant ScienceView Article2003NoHydrocharis morsus-ranae, weed biology, aquatic, Canada distribution, alien, European frog-bit, invasive spread
Effects of the introduced floating vascular aquatic Hydrocharis morsus-ranae (Hydrocharitaceae), on some north American aquatic macrophytes.Catling, P. M., Spicer, K. W., Lefkovitch, L. P.Naturaliste Canadien View Article1988Yesaquatic organisms, aquatic plants, Aquatic weeds, ecology, weeds, aquatic species, competition, frogbit, United States of America
Effective suppression of established invasive Phragmites australis leads to secondary invasion in a coastal marshCourtney D. Robichaud and Rebecca C. RooneyInvasive Plant Science and ManagementView Article2021NoEuropean common reed, herbicide control, invasive plant, vegetation community, wetland
Invasive European frogbit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L.) in North America: an updated review 2003–16Bin Zhu, Cora C Ottaviani, Rahmat Naddafi, Zhicong Dai, Daolin DuJournal of Plant EcologyView Article2018NoEuropean frogbit, invasive plants, ecological impacts, biological control, shading
Status and identification of Hydrocharis morsus-ranae and Limnobium spongia (Hydrocharitaceae) in northeastern North AmericaP. M. Catling, W. G. DoreRhodoraView Article1982NoHydrocharis morsus-ranae, Limnobium spongia, identification, dispersal, plant morphology
Comparison of different analytical strategies for classifying invasive wetland vegetation in imagery from unpiloted aerial systems (UAS)Louis Will Jochems, Jodi Brandt, Andrew Monks, Megan Cattau, Nicholas Kolarik, Jason Tallant, Shane LishawaRemote SensingView Article2021Nodata fusion, classification algorithms, classification approach, distribution mapping, early detection, invasion monitoring, invasive species, multiscale assessment, spatial resolutions
European Frog-bit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae) invasion facilitated by nonnative cattails (Typha) in the Laurentian Great LakesAndrew M. Monks, Shane C. Lishawa, Kathryn C. Wellons, Dennis A. Albert, Brad Mudrzynski, Douglas A. WilcoxJournal of Great Lakes ResearchView Article2019NoEuropean Frog-bit, Facilitation, Hybrid cattail, Invasive plants, Laurentian Great Lakes, Wetlands
Ecophenology and control of European Frog-bit in a hybrid cattail marsh of the St. Marys River, Michigan.Kathryn WellonsOregon State UniversityView Article2018Nowater depth gradient, European Frog-bit management, ecophenology, delta, invasive species
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