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teeca

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Indianapolis, In
is this in a wet area? (around or in a pond/lake)
 

Garth

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Fontana,CA
It looks like Alternanthera pungens in the Amaranthaceae family. It's a relative of pigweed. It's a perennial with prostrate stems and the plant's flowers are white, small and are in dense cluters in the leaf axils. I think the common name is creeping chaffweed.
 
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