This page is based on the 1993 Jepson Manual.
Please see the Jepson eFlora for up-to-date information about California vascular plants.
|Jepson Flora Project: Jepson Interchange|
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Perennial, often large, terrestrial or semi-aquatic, rhizomed, monoecious or dioeciousRetrieve key for GUNNERACEAE
Stem ± 0
Leaves simple, generally alternate, from rhizome, often large; stipules 0 or scale-like; blades < to > petioles, ± round to reniform or ovate, generally toothed or lobed
Inflorescence: spike or panicle of spikes, terminal or from upper axils, large; flowers many, often pistillate below, staminate above, bisexual between
Flower very small; sepals generally 2 or ± 0; petals 2 or 0; stamens 12; ovary inferior, chamber 1, styles 2
Genera in family: 1 genus, ± 35 species: Mex, s hemisphere; several cultivated. Sometimes included in Haloragaceae.