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Nymphaeaceae Reference Libraries

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Santa Cruz Water Lily Victoria cruziana
2014-01-14 17:40:04

Victoria cruziana is a tropical water lily species. The species may also be referred to as the Santa Cruz water lily, the Water platter or the Yrupe. V. cruziana is a member of the Nymphaeaceae family. The plant is found in South America, specifically Argentina and Paraguay. The very first known V. cruziana species was discovered in Bolivia. Specimens were collected and sent to France where...

Victoria amazonica
2014-01-14 17:25:27

Victoria amazonica is large species of water lily plant. In fact, the species is the largest known plant in its family, the Nymphaeaceae family. V. amazonica is native to the Amazon River basin. The plant flourishes in shallow waters, specifically oxbow lakes and bayous. The very first publication of the plant’s classification was in 1837. John Lindley named the species from specimens brought...

Small Yellow Pond Lily Nuphar pumila
2014-01-14 14:42:07

Nuphar pumila is commonly referred to as the Small yellow pond-lily. It is an aquatic, perennial plant in the Nymphaeaceae family. The species is also known as the dwarf water lily, due to the fact that it is the dwarf species of Nuphar lutea. It is important to note however, while N. lutea has a star-shaped form of the stigma disc and the undersides of its leaves are glabrous, N. pumila has a...

Yellow Pond Lily Nuphar polysepala
2014-01-14 14:30:44

Nuphar polysepala is commonly known as the yellow pond-lily. It is a species of Nuphar, native to western North America. The genus name "Nuphar" is Greek for "water-lily", while "polysepala" means many sepals. N. polysepala can be recognized fairly easily by its large floating leaves and bright yellow blossoms. Its leaves float on the water’s surface and contain an external waxy coating...

 Yellow Water Lily Nuphar lutea
2014-01-14 14:14:34

Nuphar lutea is commonly referred to as the Brandy Bottle or Yellow water lily. It is an aquatic plant and a member of the Nymphaeacae family. N. lutea is native to temperate regions of Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. N. lutea grows in shallow water and wetlands. Its roots attach to the sediment while its leaves float on the surface. This plant can grow in water up to 16 feet...

Foxnut Euryale ferox
2014-01-13 16:54:10

Euryale ferox is a flowering plant commonly known as the Foxnut. It is the only species in the genus Euryale. The plant is classified in the water lily family known as Nymphaeacae, although it is sometimes regarded in its own distinct family: Euryalaceae. E. ferox grows in water and produces bright purple flowers. It has large and round leaves that often measure more than 3 feet in diameter....

Waterlily Nymphaeaceae
2005-07-12 12:07:29

Waterlilies (Nymphaeaceae) belong to the Order Nymphaeales. They are tuberous plants that are rooted in soil in bodies of water, with leaves and flowers floating on the water surface. The leaves are round, with a radial notch in Nymphaea and Nuphar, but fully circular in Victoria. Modern genetic tests of the flowering plants by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group have shown that the water-lilies...