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Sagittaria montevidensis subsp. calycina (Engelm.) Bogin

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Lophotocarpus depauperatus J. G. Smith, Rep. Mo. Bot
Gard. 11 : 148. 1899.
Plants mostly emersed; leaves 1.5-3 dm. tail, the petioles relatively slender, the blades oblong, elliptic, sagittate or hastate, 2-4 cm. long, including the basal lobes which are usually more or less spreading; scapes about one half as long as the leaves, mostly with 1 or 2 whorls; sepals suborbicular, becoming 6-7 mm. long; fruit-bearing pedicels rather stout, 1-3 cm. long; fruit-heads 7-8 mm. in diameter; achenes cuneate, fully 2 mm. long, or rarely shorter, the beak slender, the dorsal wing thin.
Type locality : Missouri.
Distribution : Wisconsin to Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
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Percy Wilson, Per Axel Rydberg, Norman Taylor, Nathaniel Lord Britton, John Kunkel Small, George Valentine Nash. 1909. PANDANALES-POALES; TYPHACEAE, SPARGANACEAE, ELODEACEAE, HYDROCHARITACEAE, ZANNICHELLIACEAE, ZOSTERACEAE, CYMODOCEACEAE, NAIADACEAE, LILAEACEAE, SCHEUCHZERIACEAE, ALISMACEAE, BUTOMACEAE, POACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 17(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Lophotocarpus fluitans .(Engelm.) J. G. Smith, Rep. Mo. Bot
Gard. 11 : 145. 1899.
Sagittaria calycina Jiuilans Engelm. Bot. Mex. "Bound. Surv. 212. 1859.
Plants submerged; leaves usually erect, mostly 1.5-5 dm. tall, the petioles slender, the blades linear, lanceolate, or sagittate, mostly 3-5 cm. long, or longer, including the basal lobes, which are shorter than the terminal lobe ; scapes about as long as the leaves, with 2 or 3 remote whorls ; fruit-bearing pedicels elongate, mostly 3-5 cm. long, shorter than the rachis-internodes ; fruit-heads about 8 mm. in diameter ; achenes obovate, 2 mm, long, the beak minute, the dorsal wing thick and prominent.
Type locality : Western Texas.
Distribution : Western Texas, New Mexico, and southern California.
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Percy Wilson, Per Axel Rydberg, Norman Taylor, Nathaniel Lord Britton, John Kunkel Small, George Valentine Nash. 1909. PANDANALES-POALES; TYPHACEAE, SPARGANACEAE, ELODEACEAE, HYDROCHARITACEAE, ZANNICHELLIACEAE, ZOSTERACEAE, CYMODOCEACEAE, NAIADACEAE, LILAEACEAE, SCHEUCHZERIACEAE, ALISMACEAE, BUTOMACEAE, POACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 17(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Lophotocarpus californicus J. G. Smith, Rep. Mo. Bot
Gard. 11 : 146. 1899.
Plants submerged; leaves usually ascending, mostly 3-4 dm. tall, the petioles slender, the blades hastate or sagittate, 4-8 cm. long, or longer, including the divergent basal lobes, which are as long as the terminal lobe or shorter ; scapes about as long as the leaves, with 3-5 rather approximate whorls ; sepals broadly ovate or suborbicular, becoming 6-9 mm. long ; fruit-bearing pedicels short and thick, 1-2 cm. long, as long as the rachis-inter nodes or nearly so ; fruit-heads 10-12 mm. in diameter ; achenes cuneate or obovatecuneate, nearly 2.5 mm. long, the beak minute, the dorsal wing broad and thick.
Type locality : Coyote Creek, I<os Angeles County, California.
Distribution : California.
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Percy Wilson, Per Axel Rydberg, Norman Taylor, Nathaniel Lord Britton, John Kunkel Small, George Valentine Nash. 1909. PANDANALES-POALES; TYPHACEAE, SPARGANACEAE, ELODEACEAE, HYDROCHARITACEAE, ZANNICHELLIACEAE, ZOSTERACEAE, CYMODOCEACEAE, NAIADACEAE, LILAEACEAE, SCHEUCHZERIACEAE, ALISMACEAE, BUTOMACEAE, POACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 17(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Lophotocarpus calycinus (Engelm.) J. G. Smith, Mem. Torrey
Club 5 : 25. 1894.
Sagittaria calycina Engelm. Bot. Mex. Bound. Surv. 212. 1859.
Sagittaria calycina maxima Engelm. Bot. Mex. Bound. Surv. 212. 1859.
Sagittaria calycina media Engelm. Bot. Mex. Bound. Surv. 212. 1859.
Sagittaria calycina grandis Engelm. in A. Gray, Man. ed. 5. 494. 1867,
Lophiocarpus calycinus Micheli, in DC. Monog. Phan. 3: 61. 1881.
Lophotocarpus calycinus maximus B. I,. Robinson, in A. Gray, Man. ed. 7. 84. 1908.
Plants mostly emersed ; leaves 1.5-6 dm. tall, the petioles stout, the blades sagittate, hastate or lunate, 6-30 cm. long, the basal lobes usually longer than the broad terminal lobe, usually caudate-acuminate ; scapes shorter than the leaves, the inflorescence usually simple, with 2-7 whorls; sepals suborbicular to orbicular-reniform, becoming 9-15 mm. long ; fruit-bearing pedicels very thick, usually elongate, mostly 3-5 cm. long ; fruit-heads 11-16 mm. in diameter; achenes broadly cuneate, 2-2.5 mm. long, the beak stout, the dorsal wing thin.
Type locality : Louisiana.
Distribution : South Dakota to Delaware, Alabama, and New Mexico.
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Percy Wilson, Per Axel Rydberg, Norman Taylor, Nathaniel Lord Britton, John Kunkel Small, George Valentine Nash. 1909. PANDANALES-POALES; TYPHACEAE, SPARGANACEAE, ELODEACEAE, HYDROCHARITACEAE, ZANNICHELLIACEAE, ZOSTERACEAE, CYMODOCEACEAE, NAIADACEAE, LILAEACEAE, SCHEUCHZERIACEAE, ALISMACEAE, BUTOMACEAE, POACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 17(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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