WIS : VP
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Catalog #: v0011574WIS
Taxon: Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood
Family: Lythraceae
Determiner: Cochrane, Theodore S. (7/1971)
Collector: Nee, M.   2354   
Date: 1969-08-16
Verbatim Date: 1969-08-16
Locality: United States, Wisconsin, Richland, NE Side of Pine River on Richland County Farm land
Verbatim Coordinates: T10N R01E sec35 SE4NW4;
Habitat: Forming a thick growth almost to the center of the shallow muddy pond about 30 ft. in dia. Muddy pond: Scirpus cyperinus, Eleocharis smallii. Pond would normally be dried up, but wet summer has kept it filled. The only other vascular plants in the water. are the common Lemna minor and the rare Spirodella polyrhiza. Ungrazed for at least 17 years. Former prairie and oak savanna prior to 1840's. Where the tips of branches emerge & remain above the water, they become shorter, thicker, & greener. i.e. changing from f. aquatica (Koehne) Fassett to f. terrestris (Koehne) Fassett. This forma is occasional on the wet mud surrounding pond. Sheet 2 of 2.
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Record Id: 0908ef25-49ca-4616-b9c7-8777544fc64c
Occurrence ID (GUID): bc9f5f29-88ba-4ffe-b40f-04792e188eaa
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Mary Ann Feist (mfeist@wisc.edu)
Current Record
University of Wisconsin - Madison (WIS:VP)
Nee, M. 23541969-08-16
Catalog Number: v0011574WIS
GUID: bc9f5f29-88ba-4ffe-b40f-04792e188eaa
Latest Identification: Didiplis diandra
Identified by: Cochrane, Theodore S.7/1971


University of Wisconsin - Madison (WIS:VP)
Nee, M. 23541969-08-16
Catalog Number: v0011575WIS
GUID: 1e98866b-24ee-459e-a73d-52882e995f10
Latest Identification: Didiplis diandra
Identified by: Cochrane, Theodore S.7/1971

University of Wisconsin - Green Bay (UWGB:VP)
Nee, M. 23541969-08-16
Catalog Number: UWGB30429
GUID: f3c231a5-cec9-4cab-9195-2ced97214aa2
Latest Identification: Didiplis diandra

Milwaukee Public Museum (MIL:VP)
M. Nee 23541969-08-16
Catalog Number: B117073
GUID: 4c30ad37-65e9-456f-9705-a589a1f000cb
Latest Identification: Didiplis diandra

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