Nuphar advena


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Noun1.Nuphar advena - common water lily of eastern and central North America, having broad leaves and globe-shaped yellow flowersNuphar advena - common water lily of eastern and central North America, having broad leaves and globe-shaped yellow flowers; in sluggish fresh or slightly brackish water
water lily - an aquatic plant of the family Nymphaeaceae
genus Nuphar, Nuphar - spatterdocks
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Chumley et al., "Comparative chloroplast genomics: analyses including new sequences from the angiosperms Nuphar advena and Ranunculus macranthus," BMC Genomics, vol.
Nuphar advena is a common aquatic plant in southern Florida and has been planted widely at the University of Florida Ft.
The study area encompasses the juncture of a west-facing, rocky-soiled, forested hillside characterized by a canopy of oaks (Quercus spp.), hickories (Carya spp.), sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), and tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), and a shallow-water, treeless wetland dominated by buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis) and spadderdock (Nuphar advena).
California) y otras que se encuentran en zonas mas interiores del pais, como Elatine brachysperma, Nuphar advena, Potamogeton amplifolius, Sparganium americanum y Wolffiella gladiata.
Often, turtles would lodge themselves tightly through the stems of Nuphar advena and Peltandra virginica as they maintained a firm grip with their forearms.
We also saw spatterdock or yellow water-lily (Nuphar advena), which has large, shiny, heart-shaped, floating leaves.
A false bottom (see Welch, 1952), supporting Najas, Ceratophyllum and Nuphar advena, probably preceded or accompanied the arrival of the mat.
In the water, Nuphar advena (yellow penal-lily), some potamogetons (pond-weed), Sagittaria variabilis (arrowhead), Sium lineare?
cinerea habitat, with bald cypress (Taxodium distichum), buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis) and mats of spatterdock (Nuphar advena).