Crassula aquatica (Linnaeus) Schönland. Phen: Apr-Aug; May-Sep. Hab: Tidal marshes and shores, shores and mudflats of artificial lakes and reservoirs. Dist: Occurring in tidal marshes and shores, south to MD and se. PA, and also inland along shores and mudflats of inland reservoirs in SC, GA, and AL (Kartesz 1999, FNA, England 2013). Reported for AL by England (2013).
Origin/Endemic status: Native
Taxonomy Comments: Inland records have fruiting pedicels 1-19 mm long (such populations sometimes considered as the segregate taxon C. saginoides), while coastal populations have fruiting pedicels which remain < 1 mm long.
Synonymy: = C, FNA8, K1, K3, K4, NE, Pa; = n/a – RAB; = Tillaea aquatica L. – F, GW2; = Tillaeastrum aquaticum (L.) Britton – S; > Crassula aquatica (L.) Schönland – Bywater & Wickens (1984); > Crassula saginoides (Maximilian) M.Bywater & Wickens – Bywater & Wickens (1984); < Tillaea aquatica L. var. aquatica – Tx