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- The Aponogetonaceae (the Cape-pondweed family or aponogeton family) are a family of flowering plants in the order Alismatales. The Aponogetonaceae is considered...
- Aponogeton distachyos or Aponogeton distachyum, also known as waterblommetjie (lit. trans. water-floret), Cape-pondweed, water hawthorn, vleikos and Cape...
- Aponogeton madagascariensis is commonly known as Madagascar laceleaf, lattice leaf or lace plant. It is an aquatic plant native to Madagascar, po****rly...
- Aponogeton ulvaceus is a submerged aquatic plant in the Aponogetonaceae family. It has a small cone shaped, slightly hairy rhizome about 1.18 inches (30mm)...
- aponogeton) Aponogeton decartyi Aponogeton desertorum Aponogeton dioecus Aponogeton distachyos Aponogeton elongatus Aponogeton fenestralis Aponogeton henkeli****...
- Aponogeton abyssinicus is an amphibious plant found in east and central Africa, from Ethiopia to Malawi and Zaire. Root stock tuberous or oblong, up to...
- Aponogeton crispus is an aquatic plant species. Ruffled / Crinkled or Wavy-edged Aponogeton; Kekatiya in Sri Lanka. Native to southern India and Sri Lanka...
- Aponogeton natans is a species of aquatic plant in the family Aponogetonaceae. Aponogeton natans grows as a submerged aquatic plant.[citation needed]...
- Aponogeton lakhonensis is a species of an aquatic genus Aponogeton. India, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, and Indonesia (Celebes). Govaerts...
- Aponogeton berneri**** is an aquatic plant from eastern Madagascar. It has a 3 cm thick tuber or thick and branchy rhizome. Leaf blade up to 13 cm petiolate...
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