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sedge

numerous aquatic plants including Carex vulpina, Schoenus spp.
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One of the best is the sedge Carex Frosted Curls, whose narrow hair-like leaves shimmer in the breeze.
Ethan Bowen and Kyle Every caught well from the Aberdare AA club boat while Tim Gunter bank-fished successfully with evening catches on sedges and small emerger pattern flies.
Eric Carmichael and Paul Talbot released 10 and 14 trout to 8lb caught on Sedges, Cormorants, Blobs and Tinnies.
Patterns: Sedges, Black Gnat, Ghost Sparkler, Clan Chief.
FLY BOX Chatton: Buzzers (black or olive), Nymphs, various dry flies, Cormorants, Bloodworms, various lures Derwent Reservoir: Muddlers, Sedges, mini-Dawson's Olive, Daddy-long-legs.
Sedges like Everillo give even more testimony to this concept.
5 million years ago when some members added grasses or sedges to their menus.
5 million years ago, the diet of our very early ancestors in central Africa is likely to have consisted mainly of tropical grasses and sedges.
A mysterious, 3-million-year-old member of the human evolutionary family had a maverick taste for grasses and flowering plants called sedges, a chemical analysis of the creature's teeth suggests.
The sedges are not a group of plants that many of us are attracted to because of their apparent association with wet soils but, do a little research and you will find some wonderful plants to add to your garden, a number of which can give brown foliage pride of place in a gravel garden, a container or at the front of a sunny border.
The other is called C4, and is the type that grasses and sedges do.
From this work, taking into account synonyms and nomenclatural changes but excluding the accepted subspecific taxa, one can derive another list of the sedges known and reported to occur in Illinois, including 17 genera and 225 species, 138 of which were species of Carex.