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Didiplis Rafinesque. Water-purslane.

A monotypic genus, an herb, endemic to e. North America. Didiplis diandra is more closely related to Rotala than to Peplis (Morris 2007).

ID notes: See Horn (2011) for discussion of the submersed and emersed leaf forms of Didiplis, and how to distinguish them from superficially similar species.

Ref: Graham (1975); Graham (2021e) In Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2021); Graham In Kubitzki, Bayer, & Stevens (2007); Horn (2011); Morris (2007). Show full citations.

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