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    Gallery: Invasive water plant discovered in Cobbossee Lake - Photo courtesy of Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed | of | Share this photo

    State officials and local groups are working to remove an invasive water plant, European frogbit, from the northeastern corner of Cobbosee Lake in Manchester. The species was first discovered in Maine on Aug. 10.

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    State officials announced Wednesday that European frogbit, an invasive water plant seen here, was recently discovered growing in Maine for the first time. The infestation was found last week in the northeast corner of Cobbossee Lake in Manchester, and removal began Tuesday.

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    Gallery: Invasive water plant discovered in Cobbossee Lake - Photo courtesy of Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed | of | Share this photo

    State officials and local groups are working to remove an invasive water plant, European frogbit, from the northeastern corner of Cobbosee Lake in Manchester. The species was first discovered in Maine on Aug. 10.

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    Gallery: Invasive water plant discovered in Cobbossee Lake - Photo courtesy of Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed | of | Share this photo

    State officials and local groups are working to remove an invasive water plant, European frogbit, from the northeastern corner of Cobbosee Lake in Manchester. The species was first discovered in Maine on Aug. 10.

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