nuphar lutea


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Related to nuphar lutea: pond lily, Muira puama
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spatterdock

spatterdock

Leaves look like typical water lily, but flowers are yellow cup-like. Root used for stomach problems, heart, inflammation, spasms, constricts blood vessels. Do not take too much.
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Phragmites australis, Nuphar lutea, and the green macroalga Cladophora.
P, S P, S Alisma plantago-aquatica P, L, S P, S Sagittaria sagittifolia P P Sparganium erectum P, S Butomus umbellatus P, L, S P Ranunculus reptans P Equisetum fluviatile P P, L Sium latifolium P, L, S P L, S Solanum dulcamara S S Lythrum salicaria P, L, S S P Mentha arvensis S S Rorippa amphibia P, L, S P, L, S Myosotis palustris P, S P, S Lysimachia vulgaris P, S Lysimachia thyrsiflora S Rumex hydrolapathum P L Oenanthe aquatica P P Phalaris arundinacea P, L, S P, L, S Rumex maritimus P, S S Scirpus radicans P Polygonum amphibium P P Nuphar lutea P Nymphaea sp.
In Group 5 the dominant species was Nuphar lutea, which was present in 86% of the sites.
Alisma plantago-aquatica, Elodea canadensis, Nuphar lutea, Sparganium emersum, and S.
1 2 -- Cicuta virosa 4 -- -- Elodea canadensis 10 17 7 Equisetum fluviatile 5 7 1 Fontinalis antipyretica 29 14 5 Glyceria fluitans 9 4 2 Glyceria maxima 2 5 -- Hippuris vulgaris 2 4 -- Hydrocharis morsus-ranae 2 1 -- Iris pseudacorus 3 6 -- Lemna gibba 1 6 -- Lemna minor 19 18 2 Lemna trisulca 9 9 2 Mentha aquatica 16 14 3 Myriophyllum spicatum 6 4 -- Nuphar lutea 26 24 4 Phalaris arundinacea 21 15 6 Phragmites australis 10 7 3 Potamogeton alpinus 11 6 1 Potamogeton berchtoldii -- 2 -- Potamogeton crispus 1 -- -- Potamogeton gramineus 1 1 1 Potamogeton lucens 3 4 -- Potamogeton natans 4 1 -- Potamogeton perfoliatus 11 8 1 Potamogeton praelongus 6 2 1 Potamogeton sp.
Nymphaea alba, Potamogeton praelongus, and Nuphar lutea (Table 2).
Only a few seeds of Nuphar lutea were found at three points: JM1 (D 1.9 m; DS 8.8 m), JM30 (D 2.0 m; DS 7.6 m), and JM34 (D 2.0 m; DS 9.5 m), all very close to the growing place of the respective plant (Fig.