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arrowhead (Sagittaria spp.; WATER-PLANTAIN FAMILY [Alismataceae]) Perennial aquatic herbs with white flowers -1" wide, usually growing in whorls of 3 from an unbranched stalk.  Most species with both arrow-shaped emergent leaves, and flat-petioled, bladeless, underwater leaves.  Grows as emergent from shallow water or in marshes.  Summer flowering.  [121]

 

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