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Water Plants

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Note:   I am not an expert in the identification of plants and you should UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES rely upon any of these images to identify edible, toxic or medicinal plants. If I have identified a plant inaccurately,  please let me know so that the descriptions may be corrected.  


Aquatic or water plants are those species that have adapted to living in either salt or freshwater environments.  They are also called "hydrophytes" or "macrophytes". 

Aquatic plants can be divided into four main groups:

Algae are primitive plants, some of which are microscopic, others large but without true roots. Filamentous algea are stringy or hair-like.

Floating Plants - are those that are not attached to the bottom of their water source.  Their roots hang in the water.  Small plants include Duckweed.  A large example is the Water Hyacinth.

Submergent Plants - are plants with roots in their water source.  Most of their mass is below the water surface.  Some parts of the plant may be above the water.  Most submerged plants have very soft stems.

Emergent Plants - are those that often root along shorelines.  They are plants that grow in the water, but much of the plant is above the surface.  Cattails are an example.

Many aquatic animals use water plants as food, homes and as protection.



One of a Kind Water Plant Images
Flowers with not enough images to justify their own page.

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Bladderwort (219018 bytes)

(Common Bladderwort-1)

[Eriocaulon] (333334 bytes)

[Northern Ontario] (267136 bytes)

[Northern Ontario]



Typha are also known as Cattails, Corn Dog Grass, or Bulrushes.  Found in wetlands, they are part of the Typhaceae family.  Photographed in Northern Ontario. (369791 bytes)

Typha-1 (322780 bytes)

Northern Lake-1
[Assorted water plants:  Lillies, Pickerel Weed, & Typha among
others in Northern Ontario] (339323 bytes)

Northern Lake-3
[Assorted water plants:  Lillies, Pickerel Weed, & Typha among
others in Northern Ontario]

Water Shield
[Brasenia schreberi] (294908 bytes)

Water Shield-1 (267973 bytes)

Water Shield-2



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The Earth
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~ Ralph Waldo 
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"We can complain 
because rose bushes 
have thorns, 
or rejoice because 
thorn bushes 
have roses."

~ Abraham Lincoln ~



"I wonder if
the Daffodil,
shrinks from the
touch of frost,
And when her veins
grow stiff & still,
She dreams
that life is lost?
Ah, if she does,
how sweet a thing
Her resurrection
day in spring!

~ Emma C. Dowd ~



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~ The Koran ~


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black earth 
can turn into 
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the heart of man 
become in its 
long journey 
toward the stars?"

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