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Found this plant in Raleigh, NC around the banks of streams, lakes, and ponds.






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Ludwigias aren't just found in the western US. Florida alone has 30 species. I'm sure plenty of them occur in NC as well.

To me it looks like Hygrophila polysperma. A quick google search didn't show that be an invasive species in NC though. South Carolina yeah, but not North.
 

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Not sure. I have Hygrophila polysperma in there already, and they look nothing alike.
 

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I vote for Ludwigia Palustris - just bought some. Try googling it for a picture.

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