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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera dubiaWater StargrassStreams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, especially in areas with calcareous substrates.QC west to WA, south to Cuba and Central America, but rare or absent in much of the se. United States. The attribution of this species to SC is in error (as by Kartesz 1999), based on a misidentified specimen (C. Horn, pers. comm.).image of plant
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera limosaBlue Mud-PlantainShallow water and muddy shores of rivers, ponds, lakes, and reservoirs, wet ditches, agricultural fields, other wet areas.KY, MN, SD, and CO, south to AL (Diamond & Woods 2009), MS, LA, TX, and AZ; Mexico, Central and South America, West Indies. Attributed to VA in Small (1933), but the documentation is not known.image of plant
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera mexicanaMexican Mud-PlantainIn ditches and ponds, apparently ephemeral in appearance depending on rainfall.N. and s. TX south into Mexico.
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera missouriensisMississippi Mud-Plantain, Missouri Mud-PlantainIn shallow, stagnant water in floodplains, or emersed on mud, also ditches.IL west to NE, south to MS, centered in the Mississippi River Alluvial Plain.image of plant
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera paucifloraAtlantic Mud-Plantain, Few-flowered Mud-PlantainIn shallow, stagnant water in floodplains (including freshwater tidal), or emersed on mud.On the Atlantic Coastal Plain from NJ south through PA to ne. NCimage of plant
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera reniformisKidneyleaf Mud-PlantainIn shallow, stagnant water in floodplains, or emersed on mud.CT west to NE, south to FL and TX and into South America; West Indies. First reported for SC by Hill & Horn (1997).image of plant
PontederiaceaeHeteranthera rotundifoliaRoundleaf Mud-PlantainPonds.KY (Larue County; Medley 1993), IL, nw. IA, sw. MN, SD, n. CO, and CA south to n. AR, se. TX, NM, and Mexico and Central America; West Indies.image of plant

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