nuphar advena

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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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Group C Value Fidelity IN CR Taxon IN CR IN CR A A Chara braunii N N N N A A Chara globularis N N N N A A Chara foliolosa N N N N A A Myriophyllum spicatum N N N N A A Nitella flexilis N N N N A A Riccia fluitans N N N N A A Ricciocarpus natans N N N N A C Ceratophyllum demersum 1 5 EL M A A Typha latifolia 1 1 EL EL B C Elodea canadensis 3 5 L M B D Junuos effusus 3 7 L H B C Lemna minor 3 5 L M B C Lycopus americanus 3 5 L M B D Persicaria hydropiperoides 3 7 L H B C Sagittaria latifolia 3 4 L M B C Stuckenia pectinata 3 5 L M C E Brasenia schreberi 4 10 M EH C C Carex comosa 6 5 M M C C Cephalanthus occidentalis 5 5 M M C D Heteranthera dubia 4 8 M H C D Lemna trisulca 6 7 M H C C Najas flexilis 5 6 M M C D Nuphar advena 6 7 M H C D Nymphaea odorata subsp.
Habitat: Quiet ponds and lakes, usually in soft, acid waters (Voss 1972); commonly associated with Elodea canadensis, Lemna minor, Myriophyllum exalbescens, Nuphar advena, Nymphaea odorata, Polygonom amphibium, Pontedaria cordata, Potamogeton pectinatus, Spirodela polyrhiza, and Utricularia vulgaris (Swink & Wilhelm 1994).
92, 1 Mitchella repens -- -- -- Nuphar advena -- P 4, 0.
Nymphaea odorata, Nuphar advena and Brasenia schreberi, because of the shallow depth, probably grew across the entire water body.