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Myriophyllum spicatum Seen in Het Zwin, nature reserve in Belgium (August 2020).  Belgium,Geotagged,Myriophyllum spicatum,Summer Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Myriophyllum spicatum

Seen in Het Zwin, nature reserve in Belgium (August 2020).

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  1. We have this plant around here too. It grows so fast and ends up blocking out the sunlight for anything living in the water below. Posted one month ago
    1. Yes, i think they are very common in ponds and rivers I guess worldwide. Yes, they can grow too fast! Posted one month ago

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''Myriophyllum spicatum'' is native to Europe, Asia, and north Africa, but has a wide geographic and climatic distribution among some 57 countries, extending from northern Canada to South Africa. It is a submerged aquatic plant, grows in still or slow-moving water, and is considered to be a highly invasive species.

Similar species: Saxifragales
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Dec 4, 2021. Captured Aug 19, 2020 13:21 in 9977+66 Knokke-Heist, Belgium.
  • SP-820UZ
  • f/4.0
  • 10/600s
  • ISO80
  • 6.8mm