Sparganium americanum Nutt.
Sulman, Joshua D. 862
United States, Wisconsin, Taylor, Chequamegon National Forest-Medford Ranger District. Small pond, E side of Mondeaux Dr., formed by intermittent stream above where it passes through culvert.
45° 17' 46" N, 90° 25' 19" W
Water 1 ft. deep, soft bottom solid enough to stand on. Associates: Nuphar variegata, Typha latifolia, Scirpus cyperinus, Carex comosa, Sagittaria latifolia, Calamagrostis canadensis, Leersia oryzoides, Eleocharis palustris, Carex lacustris, Glyceria can
Population of bur reed in all stages of flower and fruit; stems with or without branching inflorescence. A clone of closely-spaced erect stems and leaves, the leaves strongly trigonous below and at least keeled above. Stems 1-3 ft. tall. "M1" 3 ft. tall, inflorescence with one branch, bearing 1 pistillate head and 4 staminate scars; heads axillary, fruits dull, not constricted around equator.
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