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Common in ponds and lakes all over Florida and eastern North America, this native spadderdock is often confused with the water lily, and is found as far north as Nova Scotia. The difference between spadderdock and true water lilies is that spadderdock has heart-shaped leaves and small, half-opened flowers and water lilies have round leaves and large showy flowers. This one was found growing in a lake in Fort Myers, Florida.
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- Contained in galleries
- Yellow Wildflowers, Nymphaeaceae (Waterlilies), Yellow Wildflowers, Nymphaeaceae (Waterlilies)