Glyceria septentrionalis A.S. Hitchc. var. septentrionalis
- Botanical Name
- Glyceria septentrionalis A.S. Hitchc. var. septentrionalis
- Common Name
- Eastern Mannagrass, Floating Mannagrass
- Flora of Virginia Name/Status
- Glyceria septentrionalis A.S. Hitchc.
- Most Virginia plants are unambiguously var. septentrionalis. However, Fernald reported G. arkansana from Greensville, Surry, and Sussex counties (Rhodora 40:385 & 42:410), now treated as G. septentrionalis var. arkansana (Fern.) Steyermark & Kucera. FNA limits var. arkansana to the Mississippi drainage and Gulf coast, and Fernald's interpretation of the Virginia plants is now considered an error. However, the disposition of these se. Virginia Coastal Plain populations may warrant further investigation.
- Alluvial swamps (especially in seasonally flooded sloughs), floodplain pools and ponds, depression swamps and ponds, impoundments, beaver meadows, and ditches; rarely in maritime swamps and interdune ponds. Infrequent to locally common throughout.
- Native Status
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