Typha laxmannii

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Graceful cattail
Typha laxmannii (fruit) 1.jpg
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Clade: Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Typhaceae
Genus: Typha
Species:
T. laxmannii
Binomial name
Typha laxmannii
Lepech.
Synonyms[1][2]
  • Typha angustissima Griff. ex Rohrb.
  • Typha balansae Reut. ex Rohrb.
  • Typha bungeana C.Presl
  • Typha caucasica Lehm. ex Rohrb.
  • Typha elliptica C.C.Gmel.
  • Typha juncea Steven ex Rohrb.
  • Typha juncifolia Celak.
  • Typha juncifolia Montandon
  • Typha laxmannii var. bungei Krasnova
  • Typha laxmannii var. davidiana (Kronf.) C.F.Fang
  • Typha laxmannii var. mongolica <small>Kronf.
  • Typha laxmannii var. planifolia Kronf.
  • Typha laxmannii var. turczaninovii Krasnova
  • Typha laxmannii var. planifolia Kronf.
  • Typha minima subsp. laxmannii (Lepech.) Nyman
  • Typha martini Jord.
  • Typha media Barbieri ex Rohrb. (Illegitimate)
  • Typha minima Hoffm.(Illegitimate)
  • Typha minima subsp. laxmannii (Lepech.) Nyman
  • Typha minima var. nana (Avé-Lall.) Nyman
  • Typha minor Sm.
  • Typha minuta Schrenk ex Rohrb.
  • Typha nana Avé-Lall.
  • Typha poitiaei Poit. ex Rohrb.
  • Typha stenophylla Hausskn. ex Rohrb.
  • Typha veresczaginii Krylov & Schischk.
  • Typha zerovii Klok. fil & A. Krasnova

Typha laxmannii, common name graceful cattail,[3] is a wetland plant species widespread across Europe and Asia.[4][5] Typha laxmannii is not as tall as many of the other species in the genus, rarely more than 130 cm high. A noticeable space separates the staminate (male) flowers from the pistillate (female) ones.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tripocos Typha laxmannii
  2. ^ The Plant List, Typha laxmannii
  3. ^ Aquascapes Unlimited
  4. ^ a b Flora of China vol 23 p 162.
  5. ^ Lepechin, Ivan Ivanovic. Nova Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. Praecedit Historia ejusdem Academiae 12: 84, 335, t. 4. 1801.