Sagittaria latifolia Willd.
  • Sp. Pl.
  • Wapato, common arrowhead, duck-potato, sagittaire latifoliee


This taxon is accepted by Alismataceae
Notes: More details could be found in The Plant List v.1.1. Originally in The Plant List v.1.0

General Information

Herbs, perennial, to 45 cm; rhizomes absent; stolons present; corms present. Leaves emersed; petiole triangular, erect to ascending, 6.5--51 cm; blade sagittate, rarely hastate, 1.5--30.5 ´ 2--17 cm, basal lobes equal to or less than remainder of blade. Inflorescences racemes, rarely panicles, of 3--9 whorls, emersed, 4.5--28.5 ´ 4--23 cm; peduncles 10--59 cm; bracts connate more than or equal to ¼ total length, elliptic to lanceolate, 3--8 mm, delicate, not papillose; fruiting pedicels spreading, cylindric, 0.5--3.5 cm. Flowers to 4 cm diam.; sepals recurved to spreading, not enclosing flower or fruiting head; filaments cylindric, longer than anthers, glabrous; pistillate pedicellate, without ring of sterile stamens. Fruiting heads 1--1.7 cm diam; achenes oblanceoloid, without abaxial keel, 2.5--3.5 ´ to 2 mm, beaked; faces not tuberculate, wings absent, glands (0--)1(--2); beak lateral, horizontal, 1--2 mm. 2n = 22.

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    4. Sagittaria latifolia Willd., Sp. Pl. 4: 409 (1805). Tipo: Canadá, Muhlenberg s.n. (US).

    Por A. Lot H. y A. Novelo R.

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    Sagittaria latifolia Willd., Sp. Pl. 4: 409. 1805; S. hastata Pursh; S. gracilis Pursh; S. esculenta Howell; S. obtusa Muhl. ex Willd.; S. ornithorhyncha Small; S. planipes Fernald; S. simplex Pursh; S. variabilis Engelm.; Urospatha friedrichsthalii Schott.

    Hierbas perennes, glabras o pubescentes, hasta 45 cm de alto, con rizomas erectos y/o estolones; rizomas hasta 2 cm de largo y 0.5–1 cm de diámetro, estolones hasta 30 cm de largo y 0.3 cm de diámetro. Hojas emergentes, sagitadas o raramente hastadas, 10–30.5 cm de largo y 3.3–17 cm de ancho, ápice agudo o raramente obtuso, con 7–13 nervios, los lobos basales 4.5–16.5 cm de largo, separados entre sí 3.5–23 cm, con 4–6 nervios; pecíolos triangulares, 23.5–51 cm de largo, con una vaina 8–17.5 cm de largo en la base. Inflorescencia un escapo simple o raramente paniculado, con 3–9 verticilos, 13–28.5 cm de largo y 4–23 cm de ancho, los verticilos con 3 flores, pedúnculos triangulares, 32.5–59 cm de largo, brácteas lanceoladas, 4–8.4 mm de largo y 6.4–7 mm de ancho, delicadas a ligeramente gruesas, glabras, con el ápice obtuso a ligeramente agudo, pedicelos patentes a ascendentes cuando en flor y fruto, cilíndricos, 1.4–2.6 cm de largo y 1.1–1.4 mm de diámetro, flores unisexuales; sépalos reflexos a patentes, 5.5–9 mm de largo y 3–7 mm de ancho, glabros; pétalos unguiculados, 0.9–1.4 cm de largo y 0.8–1.9 cm de ancho, la uña 1–1.5 mm de largo; flores estaminadas con filamentos lineares, 1–3 mm de largo, glabros, anteras 1.2–1.9 mm de largo; flores pistiladas sin anillo de estambres estériles. Fruto rostrado, 2.5–3.5 mm de largo y hasta 2 mm de ancho, márgenes enteros o ligeramente dentados, caras sin alas y con (0–) 1 (–2) glándulas; rostro lateral, horizontal, 1–2 mm de largo.

    Conocida en Nicaragua por una sola colección (Moreno 1628) de áreas inundadas y a lo largo de los márgenes de caños y lagos, Nueva Segovia; 500–700 m; fl y fr ago; ampliamente distribuida desde Canadá hasta Ecuador.

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    Perennes, provenientes de rizomas o cormos,monoicas o dioicas. Hojas erectas, con pecíolo hastaca. 70 cm, la lámina 12–35 3–30 cm, linear a am-pliamente ovada, sagitada en la base. Infl. bisexual o (frecuentemente) unisexual, emergente, con 3–9 vertici-los simples (rara vez los inferiores ramificados), cada uno con 3 fls. Fls. con estambres 16–18 (fls.estaminadas), sin estambres estériles en las fls. pistiladas; pistilos estériles ausentes en las fls. estaminadas.Cabeza frutal 10–13 10–15 mm; pedicelo ascendente; sépalos reflexos; aquenios 2.5–3.5 mm, la cara lat-eral lisa o con 1(2) glándula, el pico lateral, 1–2 mm, horizontal.

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    "Vegetatively very plastic, ± erect and with large, edible tubers; lvs sagittate or sometimes narrow and phyllodial, the blade 5–40 × 0.5–25 cm, with narrow or broad lobes; scape 1–12 dm, with 2–15 whorls of fls, sometimes branching at the lowest whorl, the upper fls staminate on short pedicels, the lower pistillate on longer, ± ascending pedicels; bracts 4–15 mm, boat-shaped, broad-based, rounded above or broadly acute, 4–15 mm, papery but friable at the tip; sep ovate, obtuse, 5–11 mm, reflexed in fr; pet 1–2 cm; stamens 20–40, on slender, glabrous filaments; achenes 2.5–4 mm, winged on the margins only, or with a poorly developed wing on each face, with (var. latifolia) or without (var. pubescens) resin-ducts; beak 0.6–1.8 mm, set at essentially right angles to the body; 2n=22. Abundant in swamps, ponds, and streams; N.S. and Que. to s. B.C., s. to trop. Amer. July–Sept. The widespread, glabrous var. latifolia is uncommon in the principal range of the stellate-hairy var. pubescens (Muhl.) J. G. Sm., which occurs chiefly from the mts. to the coast, from s. Pa. to W.Va. and Ga., w. occasionally to O., Tenn., and Tex."

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    Synonyms

    Other Local Names

    NameLanguageCountry
    Wapato, common arrowhead, duck-potato, sagittaire latifoliee

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