Potamogeton nodosus Poir.,  Encycl. Suppl. 4: 535 1816. (Syn: Potamogeton americanus Cham. & Schltdl., nom.illeg.; Potamogeton americanus subsp. mascarensis (Cham. & Schltdl.) A.Benn.; Potamogeton americanus var. novaeboracensis (Morong) A.Benn.; Potamogeton americanus var. thunbergii (Cham. & Schltdl.) A.Benn.; Potamogeton canariensis Link; Potamogeton drucei Fryer; Potamogeton fluitans subsp. americanus Graebn.; Potamogeton fluitans f. brevifolius G.Fisch.; Potamogeton fluitans f. congestus G.Fisch.; Potamogeton fluitans f. latifolius G.Fisch.; Potamogeton fluitans var. novaeboracensis (Morong) Graebn.; Potamogeton fluitans var. robustus Tab.Morais; Potamogeton fluitans f. spathulifolius G.Fisch.; Potamogeton fluitans var. stagnatilis W.D.J.Koch; Potamogeton indicus Roxb., nom.illeg.; Potamogeton insulanus Hagstr.; Potamogeton leschenaultii Cham. & Schltdl.; Potamogeton lonchites var. novaeboracensis Morong; Potamogeton machianus ; Potamogeton malaianus Miq.; Potamogeton mascarensis Cham. & Schltdl.; Potamogeton mexicanus A.Benn.; Potamogeton montanus C.Presl; Potamogeton natans var. canariensis (Link) T.Durand & Schinz; Potamogeton natans f. capensis Kunth; Potamogeton natans var. capensis T.Durand & Schinz, nom.illeg.; Potamogeton natans var. mexicanus M.Martens & Galeotti; Potamogeton natans var. serotinus (Schrad. ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Boiss.; Potamogeton nodosus f. angustissimus Hagstr.; Potamogeton nodosus f. brevifolius (G.Fisch.) Soó; Potamogeton nodosus f. congestus (G.Fisch.) Soó; Potamogeton nodosus f. latifolius (G.Fisch.) Soó; Potamogeton nodosus f. spathulifolius (G.Fisch.) Soó; Potamogeton nodosus var. stagnatilis (W.D.J.Koch) Soó; Potamogeton nuttallii var. portoricensis (Graebn.) Graebn.; Potamogeton occidentalis Sieber ex Cham. & Schltdl.; Potamogeton owaihiensis Cham. & Schltdl.; Potamogeton pensylvanicus var. portoricensis Graebn.; Potamogeton peruviana C.Presl; Potamogeton petiolaris Raf., nom.utique rej.; Potamogeton rotundatus Hagstr.; Potamogeton roxburghianus Schult. & Schult.f.; Potamogeton semicoloratus A.Benn.; Potamogeton serotinus Schrad.; Potamogeton stagnorum Hagstr.; Potamogeton syriacus Cham. & Schltdl.; Potamogeton thunbergii Cham. & Schltdl.);
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Common name: Long Leaf Pondweed, American pondweed
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Perennial, rhizomatous and aquatic. Stem branched, leafy, terete and simple. Leaves heterophyllous, submerged leaves petiolate, lanceolate or broadly lanceolate-oblong, veins 9 or more, thin translucent, 6-10.5 cm long; floating leaves broadly ovate, elliptic, coriaceous, of firm texture, 4-16 cm long, 2-5 cm broad, entire. Stipules free, keeled, lanceolate 2-15 cm long, 8-10 mm broad. Spikes cylindric, 4.5-11 cm long, 1.5-2.5 mm broad; peduncle 7-11 cm long. Flowers in whorls, sessile, small. Perianth segments small, obtuse, entire, c. 1.5 mm long. Stigma short. Fruitlets 3-4 mm long, 2-3 mm broad, obliquely obovoid, spongy, ventral margin convex, shortly beaked.

Flowering and fruiting: Throughout the year
Marshy areas
Indo-Malesia, Europe, Africa and America
(Attributions- D.r. N Sasidharan (Dr. B P Pal Fellow), Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi as per India Biodiversity Portal)
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aquatic plant for ID 020311AM1:  identification needed for aquatic plant from bhopal


This is a species of Potamogeton. There are many species and they sometimes hybridise.


I think Potamogeton indicus


Potamogeton indicus is quite possible but I am not sure


MKS 1 : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2)

Collection: Sangamner, Maharashtra,

Habitat: Ponds
Collection” 2 september 2015

Collected By: Mahendra Khyade


were there any while flowers. not like any lily we know?


Could  it be Aponogeton species?


I was getting at the idea that this may be one of the aponogeton sp of

I think it may be the one called water hawthorn because the leaf shape

but love to see the flower itself for definitive diagnosis
there are other aponogetons

AND SINCE you did take a plant ot two out, did you get to measure the leaves?? and get closer look at the roots and undersurface of the leaf?


The plant in the above photographs is Potamogeton nodosus (Fam: Potamogetonaceae).



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“Potamogeton nodosus” : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)- around 900 kb each.

Here are the pics of Potamogeton nodosus as requested by you.

Its an aquatic herb around 20cm high with its stem submerged.


Two more snaps of Potamogeton nodosus is enclosed..

Attachments (2) – 1 mb each.



Please help me to identify this aquatic plant: 5 high resolution images.
Date/Time- 21/04/2021
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- West Medinipur, West Bengal
Habitat- Wild
Plant Habit- Rooted hydrophyte, with completely submerged leaf
Only a little part was outside the water
Inflorescence Type/ Size- Not found
Is it Potomogeton crispus?


Halophila


There are two different plants here.

One with sinuate margins may be Potamogeton crispus L.
Other may be some Aponogeton species as per comparative images herein.


Please look into this.

I must say that is only one plant. Part which was above water had such strange leafs.

As I have collected and kept it in a freshwater tank, today I find that roots are emerging from that part.
I also attached a image which I captured just after uprooting the plant from its habitat.


I do not recall if I ever came across either of the two genera.

However, since the upper leaves are floating, as per “Bengal Plants”, it would be Potamotgeton indicus Roxb = P. nodosus Poir. – GBIF
Please, note Potamogeton has creeping rootstock, while Aponogeton features tuberous rootstock.



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