Typha angustifoliaFOUND by C G6 n
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Whilst nearby construction we found a small wetland complete with a parking lot. It had a large plant population and good biodiversity. Across a small paved road lies woods, behind us lies a large collection of bright yellow school busses. Due to the pollution of cars and construction the environment could easily die out.
The flower is brown and cylindrical. It feels like styrofoam. It's a unisex plant. The top is female and the bottom is male. The process of reproduction is vegetative.
The stem is long and narrow. It is light green and has oval shaped leaves. The leaves go off opposite sides of the stem. The flower has a large coverage with many bunches of cattails throughout the area.
N 43.737010 °
W -70.275640 °
Falmouth Middle School Yard
Mon, 2014-09-22 08:36
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