The first one is Elodea, a native aquatic plant, the next ones are European Myrophyllium, and they are invasive exotics that have been declared Nuisance Weeds. Many recreational lakes and ponds have pictures of these plants asking people to remove them when they can; unfortunately, most people can't tell the difference between these and native Utrics. One site near me lost an entire population of U. radiata due to a massive effort to get rid of the Myrophyllium.
Some plants are also loaded with small hydras which can give them a false appearance of a Utric. - Rich