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Ludwigia alternifolia
Seedbox Seed"box`, n. (Bot.) (a) A capsule. (b) A plant (Ludwigia alternifolia) which has somewhat cubical or box-shaped capsules.

Meaning of Ludwigia from wikipedia

- Ludwigia is the generic name of three groups of organisms. It can refer to: Ludwigia (ammonite) Ludwigia (beetle) Ludwigia (plant)...
- Ludwigia repens is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common name creeping primrose-willow. It is native to parts...
- Ludwigia (primrose-willow, water-purslane, or water-primrose) is a genus of about 82 species of aquatic plants native to Central and South America with...
- Ludwigia adscendens, the water primrose, is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family. Its native distribution is unclear. It is now...
- (Süssw****ertang) Ludwigia alternifolia Ludwigia arcuata Ludwigia glandulosa (Glandular ludwigia, red star ludwigia) Ludwigia helminthorrhiza Ludwigia inclinata...
- Ludwigia palustris is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common names marsh seedbox, Hampshire-purslane and water...
- Ludwigia sedoides, commonly known as mosaic flower and false loosestrife, is a herbaceous perennial plant of the family Onagraceae. It has yellow flowers...
- Ludwigia peploides is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common names floating primrose-willow and creeping water...
- Ludwigia peruviana, with the common names Peruvian primrose-willow or Peruvian water primrose, is an aquatic, sometimes deciduous species of flowering...
- Ludwigia inclinata is a highly variable herb from Central and South America, usually found growing emersed or submersed in and around stagnant or moving...
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