aquaticum

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  • S. aquaticum is only known from its type location in northwestern Northern Territory of Australia.
  • M. aquaticum is more difficult to control with herbicides than other aquatic species.
  • S. aquaticum is most closely related to S. fissilobum but differs mostly in the leaf shape.
  • However, most plants sold under the name E. aquaticum are actually specimens of Eryngium yuccifolium.
  • S. fissilobum is most closely related to S. aquaticum and S. oviflorum.
  • Orontium aquaticum, sometimes called Golden-club, is a species of flowering plants in the Araceae family.
  • The species is noted for having a simpler vein structure in the leaves then is seen in either O. wolfei or O. aquaticum.
  • The specific epithet aquaticum refers to this species' typical habitat.
  • This plant is similar to Eriocaulon aquaticum, but smaller.
  • O. aquaticum is endemic to the eastern United States and is found growing in ponds, streams, and shallow lakes.
  • The living O. aquaticum is endemic to eastern North America and is found growing in ponds, streams, and shallow lakes.
  • Of the three sites from which O. mackii is known, two preserve a typical wet environment which had standing water and wet soil conditions, as is seen in modern O. aquaticum habitats.
  • The leaves of O. wolfei show a more complex vein structure then seen in O. mackii and have a hooded leaf tip similar to O. aquaticum.
  • It was found growing on Skye in the 18th century, although there was subsequent confusion as to both the discoverer and the correct scientific name - now agreed to be Eriocaulon aquaticum.
  • Here also may be found the remains of beds and ditches for growing watercress Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (L.) Hayek.
  • The single living species in the genus is Orontium aquaticum, while the two other described species, Orontium mackii and Orontium wolfei, are known from fossils.
  • As such, it is not certain whether O. mackii had leaf tips which were hooded in shape as are the leaves of both O. wolfei and O. aquaticum.
  • Stylidium aquaticum is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the genus Stylidium (family Stylidiaceae).
  • In the UK the non-native species Crassula helmsii and Myriophyllum aquaticum, which cause considerable practical problems in protecting freshwaters, are both escaped invasive species from garden ponds.
  • Myriophyllum aquaticum is a flowering plant, a vascular dicot, commonly called parrot feather and parrotfeather watermilfoil.
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