Reed and bulrush

Reed and bulrush

Cosmopolitan monocots inhabiting watersides.

Biology

Keywords

, bulrush, reed bed, shore, still waters, lakes, freshwater, panicle, spadix, Monocotyledons, Gramineae, perennial, rhizome, habitat, plant, biology

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