Plant communities are greatly influenced by changes in water
levels, especially when the lake bottom is exposed during droughts
and lake drawdowns.
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FWC Facts:Brown hoplo, a nonnative, armored catfish, is found throughout central and south Florida. They can survive in low-oxygen backwaters and ditches, where they gulp air at the surface.
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