Re: Sv: NANFA-- Hornworts- Ceratophyllum

Mark (
Mon, 22 Jan 2001 21:42:48 -0500

At 4:00 PM +0100 1/21/01, Martin Ravn Tversted wrote:
>Actually there are only two species of Ceratophyllum recorded.
>C. demersum and C. submersum. First at all you can seperate this genus
>>from ex. Myriophyllum by the total
>lack of roots at Ceratophyllum. If it has roots at all, even small ones,
>its not a Ceratophyllum.

Does that mean that Ceratophyllum species only exist as floating or
detached plants? Never attached to the substrate?

Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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