Echinodorus berteroi (Spreng.) Fassett
  • Rhodora


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Echinodorus berteroi (Spreng.) Fassett. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000766369. Accessed on: 27 Oct 2020'

General Information

2. Echinodorus berteroi (Sprengel) Fassett, Rhodora 57: 139 (1955).

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

Alisma berteroi Sprengel, Syst. Veg. 2: 163 (1825). Holotipo: Guadalupe, Bertero s.n. (GOET).

Echinodorus berteroi (Sprengel) Fassett var. berteroi, E. berteroi var. patagonicus (Speg.) Rataj, E. cordifolius sensu Standley (1930), non (L.) Griseb., E. patagonicus Speg.

Rizoma corto y grueso. Hojas erectas, variables en tamaño y forma; pecíolos hasta 30 cm; láminas hasta 7 x 7 cm, las emergentes generalmente ovadas a ampliamente ovadas, las sumergidas lineares a estrechamente elípticas, con líneas pelúcidas, la base ligeramente cordata, el ápice obtuso. Inflorescencia compuesta, ramificada en los verticilos inferiores; escapos hasta 85 cm, erectos, triangulares desde la base; verticilos 4-6, cada uno con 3-10 flores. Brácteas 0.4-1.8 cm, libres, lanceoladas; pedicelos 1.2-2.2 cm, erectos. Sépalos c. 5 mm, acostillados, reflexos; pétalos c. 1.5 cm, blancos; estambres 12; anteras (0.7-)1-1.4 mm, versátiles. Cabezuelas fructíferas 0.7-0.8 x 0.6-0.7 cm, globosas u ovoides, desnudas; aquenios 1.7-2.4 x 0.8-1.2 mm, ligeramente obovoides, con quilla amplia, con 3-6 costillas, comúnmente con 1 o 2 alas, sin glándulas o con 1 cerca de la base del pico estilar; pico estilar (0.5-)0.8-1.3 mm, apical. Bordes de lagos, lagunas, pantanos, charcas estacionales. Y (Millspaugh 1692bis, US). 0-100 m. (N. Estados Unidos, México, S. Argentina, Antillas.)

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    Herbs, annual or perennial, stout, to 70 cm; rhizomes present. Leaves emersed or submersed; submersed leaves mostly absent; petiole terete to triangular, 2--36 cm; blade with translucent markings present as distinct lines, elliptic, lanceolate, or ovate, 2.6--15.5 ´ 0.5--20 cm, base truncate or occasionally cordate to tapering. Inflorescences racemes, rarely panicles, of 1--9 whorls, each 1--3(--4)-flowered, erect, 1.5--40 ´ 1.7--50 cm, not proliferating; peduncles 3--5-ridged, 2.1--57 cm; rachis triangular; bracts distinct, lanceolate, 0.3--2.5 cm, coarse, margins scarious; pedicels spreading to ascending, 0.6--2.8 cm. Flowers 6--11 mm wide; sepals spreading to recurved, 9--13-veined, veins not papillate; petals clawed; stamens 9--15; anthers versatile; pistils 45--200. Fruits oblanceolate, plump, 3--5-ribbed, abaxially 2-keeled, 0.9--3.2 ´ 0.6--2.5 mm; glands 1--2; beak terminal, 0.6--1.3 mm. 2n = 22.

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    "Erect annual, slender or often robust, 1–6 dm; lvs erect, long-petiolate, with ± ovate, basally ± cordate blade mostly 4–20 × 2–12 cm, or in small forms the blade smaller, more lanceolate, and tapering to the base, in submersed forms the blade very thin and crisped; pellucid lines of the lvs (visible in transmitted light) mostly less than 1 mm apart and often several mm long; scape simple or branched, with usually several or many whorls of 3–8 fls on stiffly ascending pedicels; bracts lanceolate or linear, 3–6 mm; sep ovate, acute, 4–5 mm, ± reflexed in fr, the veins smooth, scarcely raised; pet white, broadly ovate, 5–10 mm; stamens (9)12 or more; anthers 0.5–0.8 mm; versatile; achenes 40+, brown, 2.5–3.5 mm, the erect to oblique beak 0.5–1 mm, up to half as long as the body, the fruiting head 3–7 mm thick, echinate in profile; each side of the achene with 5 arching ribs, 2 of them wing-like and alternating with the others, the keel entire; each side of the nutlet with a lanceolate, acuminate gland toward the top, entering the base of the beak. In swamps and ditches; often on sandy soil; C. Amer. and W.I. to Calif., Tex., and n. in the Mississippi R. drainage to O., Ill., and S.D. June–Oct. (E. rostratus; E. cordifolius, misapplied) Our plants, as here described, are var. lanceolatus (Engelm.) Fassett."

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