Vascular Plants of North Carolina
Account for Mississippi Mud-plantain - Heteranthera missouriensis   C.N. Horn
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AuthorC.N. Horn
DistributionHeteranthera multiflora was split into several species in 2020 by C.N. Horn. H. missouriensis is centered in the Mississippi River valley, with some isolated records farther to the east (including east of the Appalachians) that are of uncertain provenance. In NC, limited to a few sites in the Piedmont, so far as known.

Ranges from IL and NE south to MS, with isolated records from AL and NC.
AbundanceSeemingly very rare to rare; only a few records. These may represent non-natural populations.
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Other Common Name(s)Missouri Mud-plantain
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