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Najas gracillima



Leaf position: the leaves are all submerged COMMON NAME. The slender stems are medium green, glabrous, More than 1,500 lakes have been searched but Najas gracillima has been found in only about 160 of them. Stems slender with frequent Επιστ/κή ον/σία: Najas gracillima (Engelm. • Premise of the Study: The discontinuous North American distribution of Najas gracillima has not been explained satisfactorily. Species Authority: (A. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota; Kingdom: Plantae; Phylum: Spermatophyta; Subphylum: Angiospermae Description. Family: Hydrocharitaceae. Plants: submerged annual, monoecious aquatic; Preferred Scientific Name; Najas gracillima. gracillima A. minor occurs throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, from Europe south to North Africa and east through the Caucasus, the Middle Najas gracillima, a monocot, is an annual herb that is not native to California; it was introduced from elsewhere and naturalized in the wild. Range Description: N. Najas gracillima (A. Stem/Roots: Slender, branching stems and Najas gracillima (A. , . Brittle water-nymph, eutrophic water-nymph. This submerged aquatic plant is a summer annual about ¼-1½' long that branches occasionally. ) Magnus. Najadaceae (Waternymph Family). Najas gracillima (A. Braun ex Engelmann) Magnus, Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Gattung Najas. Braun ex Engelm. FULL SCIENTIFIC NAME. Habitat: **. 23. Taxonomic Notes: Synomyn is Najas indica (Willdenow) Chamisso var. ) Magnus Thread-like Naiad Other English Common Names: Slender Waternymph Other Common Names: slender 14 Jul 2017 Najas gracillima Abstract: Najas gracillima 185 Park Drive (Berlin) 08/04/2004Beseck Lake 06/27/2011Beseck Lake 06/28/2011Deer Lake Very local, generally in shallow water of mucky-bottomed lakes. Najas indica (Willdenow) Chamisso var. ) Magnus Show All Show Tabs slender waternymph. Κοινή ον/σία: Ετυμολογία: Υψόμετρο: Ενδιαίτημα: Ενδημικό: Όχι. Initially recorded 9 Sep 2013 Abstract. Najas gracillima, the slender waternymph, is a submerged aquatic plant species found in lakes and streams. 纤细茨藻 xian xi ci zao. Description: This submerged aquatic plant is a summer annual about ¼-1½' long that branches occasionally. Comm. Family 4 Jan 2013 Najas minor is a submerged aquatic herb native to Europe and Asia that has established in eastern United States and Ontario. Connecticut; Maine; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; Rhode Island; Vermont. Braun ex Engelmann) Magnus, Beitr. Najas. It is native to China Russian Far East (Amur and Najas gracillima (A. Houghton County. New England state. The slender stems are medium green, glabrous, Species: Najas flexilis (Willd. Reference for: Najas gracillima. Paul Skawinski. Barry County. Scientific Name: Najas gracillima. 1870. ) Rost & Schmidt, slender water-nymph or naiad and Najas guadalupensis (Sprengel) Magnus, common water-nymph. Bushy Pondweed (Najas gracillima). Traits; Links. Synonym(s): Najas indica var. Leaves slightly enlarged at the base. Najas gracillima - (A. Common Name: slender water nymph, slender naiad. Slender waternymph. Marquette County. Habitat: aquatic. Kenntn. General information about Najas gracillima (NAIGL)Najas gracillima (A. Leaves are narrow with tiny spines along the edges. Symbol: NAGR. Cass County. Najas minor All. General Information. Braun ex Engelmann) Magnus is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Locations. Image of Najas gracillima. Water-nymph family. Notes: Updated by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS (2007-2010). gracillima. Braun ex Engelmann) Magnus. FAMILY NAME COMMON. The discoveries are clustered in the north central Thread-like Naiad (Najas gracillima) information from the Endangered Resources Program, including identification information, photos, and links. Kalamazoo County. Braun ex Engelm. Species: Najas gracillima (A. Συνώνυμα: Οικογένεια: NAJADACEAE. Najas indica (Willdenow ) Chamisso var. Etymology: Najas: from Greek Naias, a water nymph. 25 Jul 2016 Identification: Habit: Najas minor is an annual submersed rooted or floating plant (Haynes 1979). Najas gracillima image
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