(Swamp Hornpod - Small Leaf Miterwort)
Mitreola sessilifolia (Nelson)
Loganiaceae (Trumpet Flower) Family
Each flower has 5 stamens, shorter than the corolla tube. The ovary is subglobose, two carpellate, separating during maturity except at the base. The distal parts are strongly incurved leaving the center open. Inflorescence is stalked cymes, terminal and/or terminating axillary branches. Flowers occur in the summer.
The leaves are ovate, suborbicular, to elliptic and not more than twice as long as broad, with rounded bases. The color is pale green above and light green beneath.
Fruit is small seeds, numerous. The capsules are papillate or warty.
Other related plants in this area are M. angustifolia, and M. petiolata.