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BOG PONDWEED Potamogeton polygonifolius (Potamogetonaceae) Aquatic. Freshwater perennial of heath and moorland pools with acid waters. FLOWERS are greenish; borne in 4cm-long spikes on long stalks (May-Oct). FRUITS are round with a tiny beak. FLOATING LEAVES are narrow-oval, up to 10cm long, sometimes tinged red, and lack a flexible joint. SUBMERGED LEAVES are narrow. STATUS-Locally common.
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BOG PONDWEED Potamogeton polygonifolius (Potamogetonaceae) Aquatic. Freshwater perennial of heath and moorland pools with acid waters. FLOWERS are greenish; borne in 4cm-long spikes on long stalks (May-Oct). FRUITS are round with a tiny beak. FLOATING LEAVES are narrow-oval, up to 10cm long, sometimes tinged red, and lack a flexible joint. SUBMERGED LEAVES are narrow. STATUS-Locally common.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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