Nuphar advena (Aiton) W.T.Aiton
Family: Nymphaeaceae
yellow pond-lily,  more...
[Nymphaea ludoviciana G.S.Mill. & Standl.,  more]
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Etymology: Nuphar: ultimately from the Persian word nufar
Plants: floating, perennial aquatic; from large, up to 3" thick, spongy rhizome
Leaves: most held above the water; 8"-16" long, with a rounded tip, the base arrow-shaped with a triangular notch; stalks round or oval
Flowers: yellow, 7 or more-parted, 2" wide, cup-shaped, 6 sepals, opening during the day and closing at night; solitary; blooms June-Aug.
Habitat: sun, shade; ponds, streams, water less than 7' deep; in sediment soil
Conservation Status: Special Concern
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Paul Skawinski  
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David G. Smith  
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Paul Skawinski  
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Robert W. Freckmann  
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