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Definition of Typha angustifolia

Typha angustifolia
Cat-tail Cat"-tail, n. (Bot.) A tall rush or flag (Typha latifolia) growing in marshes, with long, flat leaves, and having its flowers in a close cylindrical spike at the top of the stem. The leaves are frequently used for seating chairs, making mats, etc. See Catkin. Note: The lesser cat-tail is Typha angustifolia.

Meaning of Typha angustifolia from wikipedia

- Typha angustifolia L. (also lesser bulrush, narrowleaf cattail or lesser reedmace) is a perennial herbaceous plant of genus Typha. This cattail is an...
- habitat. Typha latifolia shares its range with other related species, and hybridizes with Typha angustifolia, narrow-leaf cattail, to form Typha × glauca...
- Typha albida – (Afghanistan) Typha alekseevii – (Caucasus) Typha angustifolialesser bulrush, narrow leaf cattail (America), or jambu (India) Typha...
- gram positive bacteria first isolated from the rhizoplane of the Typha angustifolia The normal habitat for this Kocuria species is skin, and has also...
- Trifolium pratense—Red clover Trifolium repens—White clover Typha angustifolia—Narrow-leaved cattail Typha × glauca—Hybrid cattail Ulmus pumila—Siberian elm Vinca...
- and the Ryukyu Islands of ****an. The larvae feed on Typha angustifolia, Typha domingensis and Typha latifolia. They mine the leaves of their host plant...
- as a cross between the two very widespread species T. angustifolia and T. shuttleworthii. Typha × bavarica grows in freshwater marshes. Heinrich Gustav...
- New Zealand. The larvae bore in the flower heads of Typha species (including Typha angustifolia). Australian Faunal Directory Scieropepla typhicola in...
- leaves of Trifolium repens, Taraxa**** species, Equisetum arvense and Typha angustifolia. They are known to eat dead leaves as well as living tissue. Amata...
- cross between the two very widespread species T. domingensis and T. angustifolia. Typha × gezei grows in freshwater marshes. Werner Hugo Paul Rothmaler....
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