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Aquatic plant Species of the World

'O' Plants

http://encycloquaria.science/plants/n/Nymphaea/ondinea

The unusual Australian plant Ondinea purpurae which looks like an Aponogeton but has a purple flower similar to Barclaya longifolia was found in 2009 to be, surprisingly, just another species of Nymphaea and became Nymphaea ondinea. The now invalid genus name 'Oxypolis is included for reference as a lot of literature at this juncture still refers to it.

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Ottelia
mesenterium
muricata ulvifolia

Another odd and ancient plant transitional between lilies and something like Aponogeton and Ondinea.


Oxypolis
canbyii
filiformis occidentalis

Water carrot

Grows in swamps, freshwater wetlands, and along the borders of ponds in the southeastern United States, as far north as Delaware, as well as the northern Bahamian pineyards of the Bahamas. Can be used as a marginal pond plant in warmer places.








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