Rorippa aquatica (Eaton) E.J.Palmer & Steyermark
Alverson, William S. 1671
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, Lost Creeks.
T51N R06W sec32
Forms extensive colonies of dense, submerged beds, with tens of thousands of individual stems. Only one plant seen in flower but many emergent stems of older, well-established beds bear young flower buds. Older, erect (vertical) shoots, when disturbed,. lose all of the leaves from the middle portions of the stem. These more or less epetiolate leave then float away with what appears to be an attached axillary bud (?), from which a root (and shoot?) develops. Broken portions of the cord-lIke stems
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