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Old 7th July 2010, 11:51 AM
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hi all,

found these in the golf course pond......what are they?













flower close up



seedpods



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Old 7th July 2010, 01:22 PM
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Looks like U. aurea to me, but there are a number of aquatic Utrics with similar looking yellow flowers.
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This is 1st time I seen utric seedpots. Great find!!!
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Looks like U. aurea to me, but there are a number of aquatic Utrics with similar looking yellow flowers.
so, how to differentiates?....my guess is either u. aurea or u. gibba

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This is 1st time I seen utric seedpots. Great find!!!
hahaha....work of mother nature...
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Default Re: Ultric ID please

Just saw this thread. This is U. aurea.

According to Andreas Fleischmann:
U. aurea is the only species that has these kind of spreading calyx lobes in fruit: both lobes are almonst bent horizontal from the capsule.

The fruits of U. aurea from Langkawi. Identical to your plant.
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thanks a lot guys for helping to identify this!!
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