LakeStewardship


Lemnaceae
Duckweed Family

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Lemna minor - Duckweed

Found in quiet sections of lakes, ponds and streams, often in highly eutrophic or polluted waters

Lemna minor
Little Clear Pond Outlet, September 2002
Lemna minor
Little Clear Pond Outlet, September 2002
Lemna minor
Little Clear Pond Outlet, September 2002
Lemna imitating algae bloom
Duckweed imitating algae bloom. Lake Champlain, North Hero, VT. April 2004.
Lemna imitating algae bloom
Duckweed imitating algae bloom. Lake Champlain, North Hero, VT. April 2004.
Lemna imitating algae bloom
Duckweed imitating algae bloom. Lake Champlain, North Hero, VT. April 2004.
Lemna imitating algae bloom
Duckweed imitating algae bloom. Lake Champlain, North Hero, VT. April 2004.
Lemna imitating algae bloom
Duckweed imitating algae bloom. Lake Champlain, North Hero, VT. April 2004.
 

Lemna trisulca - Forked duckweed

Found in quiet sections of lakes, ponds and streams. Note the "branching" leaves that often form an interlocking tangle of plants.

Lemna trisulca - up close
Up close. Butterfield Lake, June 2004
Lemna trisulca - up close
Up close. Butterfield Lake, June 2004
Lemna trisulca - growth habit
Growth habit. Butterfield Lake, June 2004
Lemna trisulca - growth habit
Growth habit. Butterfield Lake, June 2004
Lemna trisulca - growth habit
Growth habit. Butterfield Lake, June 2004

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