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Definition of the noun Alisma parnassifolia
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Alisma parnassifolia is a species of Caldesia.
- synonym: species Alisma parnassifolia
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Alismatales
- family: Alismataceae
- genus: Caldesia
- species: Caldesia parnassifolia
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Alisma parnassifolia: leaves heart-shaped, acute; petioles jointed. A native of Italy; found in the marshes under the Apennines. 9. Alisma repens: stems creeping, leaves lanceolate petioled acute. A native of Spain, on the sandy banks of the river Manzanares; flowering in August. It seems to be the same (though much smaller) with the alisma which Abbé Poiret found on the northern coast of Africa, and which is described by Lamark. Propagation and Culture.
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