Littorella uniflora var. americana (Fernald) Gleason
Family: Plantaginaceae
American shoreweed,  more...
[Littorella americana Fernald]
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Paul Skawinski  
Etymology: Littorella: from litus or littus for "shore," referring to habitat
Plants: perennial, submersed aquatic
Leaves: basal rosette, dark green, tapering, stiff
Flowers: 4-parted, only in emergent plant, female at the base and male on the stalk
Habitat: wet; shores, shallows, soft water; in sandy soil
Conservation Status: Special Concern
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Paul Skawinski  
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Robert H. Read  
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Paul Skawinski  
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Paul Skawinski  
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Paul Skawinski  
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
Littorella uniflora var. americana image
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