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Coefficient of Wetness:
B. S. Slaughter
Shallow, quiet waters near shores of lakes and ponds, often with other duckweeds and their relatives.
Like our species of Wolffia, this is a free-floating, rootless, aquatic, but with a totally different shape of plant body. This is a southern species, but known sparingly as far north as northern Ohio and Northern Indiana. It was first discovered in Michigan in Berrien Co., in 2017 by B. S. Slaughter.