Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York 4: 46 (1848) APNI
Stems 1–2 mm diam. Submerged leaves c. 6–7 cm across when evenly spread, 3–7 times divided, segments terete, all but primary divisions usually dichotomous; petioles to c. 2 cm long; floating leaves not observed. Perianth segments 5–10 mm long, white with yellow bases, drying dark reddish-black or purplish; stamens 6, filaments c. 4 mm long; carpels usually 3, ovules usually 3 per carpel. Fruit with recurved pedicel. Flowers Apr.
*GipP, *MuM, *Strz, *VRiv. Common aquarium plant which has become naturalised in Lake Nagambie and in a farm dam near Foster.
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|New South Wales|