Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood
Family: Lythraceae
water-purslane
[Didiplis diandra f. aquatica (Nutt. ex DC.) Alph.Wood,  more]
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Etymology: Didiplis: in the words of Rafinesque, "Didiplis" mean "two doubling;" from Greek dis for two and diplos for "double," referring presumably to the stamens
Plants: annual, aquatic forb
Leaves: opposite, linear
Habitat: wet; submersed
Conservation Status: Special Concern
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