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Ludwigia repens

This plant is native to the southern United States of America and Mexico. It is commonly found in the tropical waters of North and Central America. It is also distributed in Asia, Africa, and Australia where it grows abundantly in shallow waters of ditches, ponds, rivers, streams, and lakes.
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$1.96
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