White roots 3-4 inches. No tap root. The plant saururus cernuus is terrestrial?.
Yeah that is close.
We need @Mick.Dk, but I think <"the new leaves"> on <"Echinodorus expand" (below)>, rather than unrolling, so I think your plant is something else.Looks like an emersed Echinodorus sp.
We need @Mick.Dk, but I think <"the new leaves"> on <"Echinodorus expand" (below)>, rather than unrolling, so I think your plant is something else.
What I don't know, is what it is, although an Aroid? so possibly a Cryptocoryne?
Saururus cernuus has <"characteristic leaf venation">.
@mort I wonder if your plant might be <"Potamogeton polygonifolius">?They look similar in leaf shape to a plant, that admittedly I have no idea what it is, that I see a lot in shallow streams higher up in Wales and England (streams as in tiny runoffs from wet/boggy mountain areas).
That is a <"really rare one"> in the UK.Luronium natans looks similar to my untrained eye.
<"Baldellia is a rare one as well">.......... The key feature for identification is the presence of stolons which, in the absence of flowers, is the only reliable diagnostic feature that separates it from Baldellia ranunculoides and Alisma plantago-aquatica........
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