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The smallest flowering plant in the world. It appears as rootless, small green dots and may feel like grits when rubbed between fingers. Can completely cover shallow, slow-moving waterways.
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Often found growing with duckweed in slow-moving water. It overwinters on the bottom of water bodies.
Similar in shape and color to the duckweeds (Spirodela and Wolffia), however, watermeal does not have any discernable roots.
Aquatic Plants App
Whether you're a professional botanist or a casual nature enthusiast, the NC State University (NCSU) Aquatic Weeds app has detailed information on a wide variety of aquatic weeds to assist in identification.