Brasenia schreberi

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Synonyms for Brasenia schreberi

aquatic plant with floating oval leaves and purple flowers

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Other floating leaved species included Brasenia schreberi, Potamogeton amplifolius, P.
However, four of eight total lakes with the highest beaver colony density between 2006 and 2012 ([greater than or equal to] 20 colonies/[km.sup.2]) had >50% cover Brasenia schreberi in 2012.
Of the floating-leaved species, Brasenia schreberi may be particularly important for beaver on Isle Royale given its predominance in lakes with particularly high colony densities.
Rhizomes of Brasenia schreberi, which dominated lakes 0.25<[km.sup.2] where beaver persisted longest (Appendix A, Fig.
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.
An examination of the phytotoxicity of the water shield, Brasenia schreberi. J.
X X Dulichium arundinaceum Fuirena pumila Ceratophyllum demersum X Nuphar advena X X Nymphaea odorata X Brasenia schreberi X Sarracenia purpurea Impatiens capensis Myriophyllum exalbescens X Andromeda glaucophylla Chamaedaphne calyculata Vaccinium macrocarpon Menyanthes trifoliata Bidens sp.
The increase of Brasenia schreberi in the latter part of Stage I suggests the development of a marsh as sedimentation decreased water depth.
Najas fiexilis and Brasenia schreberi decrease significantly but persist to the uppermost level, indicating that closure of open water over the core site was relatively recent.
Subfossil seeds of Brasenia schreberi and Nuphar advena indicate that open water developed into a shallow marsh.
The area around the coring site in Stage II developed into a shallow marsh, evidenced by seeds of Brasenia schreberi and Nuphar advena, with a fen mat containing Dulichium arundinaceum, Menyanthes trifoliata, Scirpus validus/acutus and Vaccinium macrocarpon becoming ever closer to the coring site.
Often associated with Brasenia schreberi, Ceratophyllum demersum, Lemna minor, Nalas flexilis, Nuphar advena, and Pontedaria cordata.
Often associated with Brasenia schreberi, Ceratophyllum demersum, Lemna minor, Nymphaea tuberosa and Pontedaria cordata.
Subfossils associated with the bones included achenes of Najas flexilis (bushy pond weed) and Ceratophyllum demersum (coontail), seeds of Brasenia schreberi (water shield), and fragments of the moss Drepanocladus aduncus.
The presence of Brasenia schreberi and Ceratophyllum demersum, suggests relatively quiet, protected waters.