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Aquatic plant Species of the World

Sagittaria
Sagittaria australis Sagittaria graminea
Sagittaria lancifolia Sagittaria sagittifolia


Salvinia
Salvinia cuculata


Samolus
Samolus ebracteatus Samolus floribundus
Samolus repens Samolus sp_Guangxi Samolus valerandi

Water Rose


Saururaceae
Saururaceae Anemopsis Saururaceae Gymnotheca
Saururaceae Houttuynia Saururaceae Saururus


Schismatoglottis
Schismatoglottis prietoi
Schismatoglottis roseospatha


Schoenoplectiella
Schoenoplectiella lateriflora




Shinnersia
Shinnersia rivularis

"Mexican Oak Leaf". In many ways it's the "Water Sprite" of the Americas. You'd swear it is the same thing but growing as a stem plant.


Sparganium
Sparganium eurycarpum
Sparganium erectum


Spirodela
Spirodela polyrhiza


Staurogyne
Staurogyne repens
Staurogyne zeylanica



Strobilanthes
Strobilanthes reptan



Syngonanthus
Syngonanthus cf_inundatus Syngonanthus lagopodioides Syngonanthus sp_la_Lindosa
Syngonanthus sp_meta Syngonanthus sp_uaupes Syngonanthus sp_vichada

It was introduced first as Tonina sp. "Manaus" (via Japan?), later Cavan Allen informed that it's not a Tonina but a Syngonanthus. According to Christel Kasselmann it's likely S. inundatus, therefore it's written with cf. The only known species of the genus Tonina is T. fluviatilis.








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