Marsh cinquefoil

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the Potentilla palustris, a plant with purple flowers which grows in fresh-water marshes.
(Bot.) a plant (Potentilla palustris) having purple flowers, and found growing in marshy places; marsh five-finger.

See also: Cinquefoil, Marsh

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demissa, as it occurs in the Carpetan bogs, though Agrostis canina, Potentilla palustris and Viola palustris are absent (nevertheless the three species reach the northern Oroiberian mountains).
Buttercup Achenes 1 Potentilla palustris Purple marshlocks Achenes 3 Mitella nuda Naked miterwort Seeds 2 Sparganium sp.
Calopogon pulchellus, Drosera rotundefolia, Menyanthes trifoliata, Osmunda regalis, Potentilla palustris, Sarracenia purpurea, Triglochin maritima and Vaccinium macrocarpon are present locally.
-- -- -- Populus tremuloides -- -- -- Potentilla anserina -- -- -- Potentilla fruticosa 60, 20, 22 27, 7.8, 9 48, 4.4, 7 potentilla palustris -- -- 15, 0.59, 2 Prunus serotina -- -- -- Quereus palustris -- -- -- Quercus rubra -- -- -- Ranunculus sp.
rough-fruited cinquefoil Potentilla palustris (L.) Scop.
Potentilla palustris, Ranunculus pensylvanicus, and Ranunculus sceleratus appear only in this zone.
These plants include Potentilla palustris and Hippurus vulgaris, which were at the southern edge of their present range, and Sagittaria engelmanniana, which was replaced locally by S.
It is likely that Potentilla palustris was an associate in these fens.
squarrosus, Menyanthes trifoliata, Parnassia palustris, Potentilla palustris, Viola palustris subsp.
canina, Drosera rotundifolia, Parnassia palustris, Potentilla palustris, Viola palustris, Sphagnum compactum, S.