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sedge

numerous aquatic plants including Carex vulpina, Schoenus spp.
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We considered including air transportation," explained Sedge, "but realized that some participants may want to extend their stay to, say, Rome, Florence, or some other part of Italy.
Like Sedge Wren (Hobson and Robbins 2009), Eastern Marsh Wrens typically arrived en mass during the July-August period following weak cold fronts out of the north.
Chatton: Black dry flies, Apps Bloodworm, Dry Caddis, Dry Deer Sedge, Olive Fritz, Buzzers, Yellow Bug.
It comes in a good selection of colours from the beautiful lush green of Carex evergreen, through to yellow colours of Bowles' golden sedge or the red fiery Carex testacea.
Lead author Karen Hardy, a Catalan Institute for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) Research Professor at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) and an Honorary Research Associate at the University of York, said that purple nut sedge is today considered to be a scourge in tropical and sub-tropical regions and has been called the world's most expensive weed due to the difficulties and high costs of eradication from agricultural areas.
Peat samples that contained fruits and catkin scales of dwarf birch are described as sedge peat, sedge-brown moss peat, brown moss peat, and sedge-brown moss peat with Sphagnum.
Eric Gilchrist's Sedge are 13th in the NCEL after a 1-1 draw with Parkgate on Saturday.
Products on display will be natural sedge mats, including area mats, exercise mats, placemats and fashion bags in assorted colors all handmade by skilled artisans.
After several months of searching, he was able to confirm that the plant was blue sedge (Carex breviculmis), a native of Asia and Australia and previously unknown from North America.
Three years later, after being sold to Gregory Peck, Owen's Sedge won the Leopardstown Chase.
Out of the more than 750 recoveries of dead birds and those caught and released, there were several "firsts" in the UK for spoonbills, nightjars, sedge warblers, chiffchaffs and pied flycatchers.
Riddell, Dornoch, YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS: HOGS CLAD BOP AXLE HELD A I L REAR UNGA I NLY I ND I CT AYR ERN I E I ONA DOSS I ER SNOB AMY BYERS CUE L I NE NEAREST I TEM SEDGE IMP HALTED LAUREATE I OWA UGH AREA STEN MET DEAD HERE WEE THINKER Across: 1 Talc; 4 Scald; 7 Drill; 8 Erica; 9 Eject; 10 On the cards; 14 Attila; 16 Ordeal; 17 Mayonnaise; 22 Cache; 23 Realm; 25 Rondo; 26 Sorts; 27 Stun.