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Synonyms for Glyceria

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25, Table 15): Glyceria spiculosa cop3, Menyanthes trifoliata sp, Scolochloa festucacea sp.
Species Collection State State Global Site (*) Status[dagger] Rank[dagger] Rank[dagger] (1) (2) (3) Ferns Dryopteris OS T S2 G5 cristata Woodwardia OR S S2 G5 virginica Dicots Caltha QU E S1 G5 palustris Hypericum OS E S1 G5 ellipticum Solidago ST E S1 G3/G4 Q lancifolia Stellaria QU E S1 G5 longifolia Vacciniurn OR T S2 G4 macrocarpon Monocots Cypripedium JO S S4 G5 acaule Eriophorum OR E S1/S2 G5 virginicum Glyceria JO S S1 G5 laxa * John's Bog (JO), Orchard Bog (OR), Osborne Bog (OS), Stoney Creek Bog (ST), Quarry Bog (QU) [dagger] Information for state status, state rank and global rank is based on the Tennessee Natural Heritage Program rare plant list (Tennessee Division of Natural Heritage, 2008).
2005), in Pontederia cordata and Glyceria maxim; Bona and Morretes (2003), in Bacopa salzmanii and B.
Entre las mas representativas, y como manchas locales, se pueden encontrar algunas comunidades en los cuerpos de la Sabana de Bogota de Cyperus rufus, Glyceria septentrionalis o Leersia hexandra.
Some cultivars like the variegated Glyceria aquatilis with yellow and green stripes grow well on wet ground.
Ademas: Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum 1, Apium nodiflorum + en 4; Galium palustre 1, Schoenoplectus lacustris +, Glyceria declinata + en 10.
Shrub swamp, the wettest community, was dominated by Cornus amomum (15%) and Viburnum recognitum (13%) in the shrub layer, and by Poa trivialis (33%), Glyceria striata (18%), and Onoclea sensibilis (18%) in the herb layer.
Lizard's tail Saururus cernuus Reed canary grass Phalaris arundinacea Mannagrass Glyceria spp.
subverticillata, Elymus spp, Koeleria macrantha, and Glyceria striata was established at the University of Missouri.
In front of these grows a continuous band of glyceria maxima variegata, a strongly variegated spreader that is rose-flushed toward the base.
However, the commonest plants found in these areas include sea-lavenders (Limonium), Buck's-horn plantain (Plantago coronopus), orache (Atriplex hastata), sedges such as mud rush (Juncus gerardi), or Poaceae such as wall barley (Hordeum murinum), brome (Bromus hordeaceus), and Glyceria festuciformis.
Although the Department of Environmental Protection has provided towns with grants of about $5,000 to $9,000 for research, management planning, and specific projects like dam repair, it is volunteer organizations like the Massachusetts Lakes and Ponds Association that have undertaken the chief responsibility for ridding wetlands of water chestnuts, purple loosestrife, fanwort, European buckthorn, phragmites, and the grass glyceria maxima, invasive species that supplant native plants but do not provide the same food and shelter for wildlife as the natives,(87)
wartweed Fraxinus nigra Marshall black ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica Mar- green ash shall Glyceria grandis S.
1 in 6, + in 7; Trifoliumpratense 1 in 5, + in 8; Danthonia decumbens + in 6 and 7; Cerastium vulgare 1 in 7, + in 8; Nardus stricta + in 7, 1 in 9; Equisetum palustre, Stellaria alsine and Trifolium repens 1, Glyceria declinata and Montia amporitana + in 5; Eleocharis quinqueflora in 1, Polygala vulgaris and Sparganium neglectum + in 7; Geum hispidum, Trifolium montanum and Veronica beccabunga +in 8; Juncus bulbosus 1 in 9.
rivularis, Lonicera dioica, Panax quinquefolius, Viola tripartita and Glyceria acutifolia.