in H. G. L. Reichenbach et al.,Icones florae germanicae et helveticae7: 13. 1845
Phenology: Flowering early–late summer.
Habitat: Acidic waters of bogs, ponds, and lakes, often at higher elevation in e portion of range
Elevation: 0–1500 m
Potamogeton confervoides is most uncommon and found only in fairly acidic waters. It is easily recognized by its linear, bristly leaves and the unusually long peduncle that seems out of place on a plant with such fine leaves. The leaves are so fine that they almost appear as greenish colored hair in the water. When the plant is removed from the water, the leaves are extremely flaccid leaves and essentially collapse onto each other.
|Author||Robert R. Haynes + and C. Barre Hellquist +|
|Common name||Alga pondweed +, Tuckerman’s pondweed + and potamot confervoide +|
|Elevation||0–1500 m +|
|Habitat||Acidic waters of bogs, ponds, and lakes, often at higher elevation in e portion of range +|
|Illustrator||John Myers +|
|Phenology||Flowering early–late summer. +|
|Synonym||Potamogeton tuckermanii +|
|Taxon name||Potamogeton confervoides +|
|Taxon parent||Potamogeton +|
|Taxon rank||species +|
|Volume||Volume 22 +|