Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

  Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood image
Photographer: from USDA Plants website           
Family Lythraceae
Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood
Didiplis: in the words of Rafinesque, "Didiplis" mean "two doubling;" from Greek dis for two and diplos for "double," referring presumably to the stamens
diandra: di for two; aner for stamens
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Status: Special Concern
Plant: annual, aquatic forb
Leaf:opposite, linear
Habitat: wet; submersed

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All Didiplis list Google- Images or Text
Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood f. aquatica (Koehne) Fassett
Didiplis diandra (Nutt. ex DC.) A.W.Wood f. terrestris (Koehne) Fassett
Peplis diandra Nutt. ex DC.
Peplis diandra Nutt. f. aquatica Koehne
Peplis diandra Nutt. f. terrestris Koehne

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