Sedge sentence example

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  • - Carex riparia, the largest British sedge, from 3 to 5 ft.
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  • An extinct water-lily, Euryale limburgensis, belongs to a monotypic genus now confined to Assam and China; an extinct sedge, Dulichium vespiforme, belongs to a genus only living in America, though the only living species once flourished also in Denmark; an extinct species of water-aloe (Stratiotes elegans) makes a third genus, represented only by a single living species, which was evidently better represented in Pliocene times.
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  • deer sedge and common heather are abundant.
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  • glaucous sedge is prominent.
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  • Sedge fen - low nutrients, high diversity Saw sedge fen - low nutrients, high diversity Saw sedge is the main plant species in these areas.
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  • pendulous sedge.
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  • Areas of past peat cutting provide the main interest with open water with floating pondweed, bottle sedge and cowbane.
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  • Fishing slightly up and across with a cdc sedge pupa I managed to hook the first two grayling and suddenly everything was alright.
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  • Northern species include yellow saxifrage Saxifraga aizoides and hair sedge Carex capillaris, both of which are locally abundant in flushed grasslands at Inchrory.
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  • Alder and willow predominate in the wet valley bottom, with a ground flora of golden saxifrage, yellow flag and pendulous sedge.
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  • scratchy songs and nest in the reed and sedge beds.
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  • The meadow floods regularly, as indicated by the damp-loving grasses, including the uncommon brown sedge.
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  • In the typical rushy grassland sedges are sparse, but in the more diverse areas glaucous sedge is prominent.
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  • The flushes are typically dominated by a range of small sedges such as carnation sedge and long-stalked yellow sedge.
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  • On Pen-y-ghent either mat-grass or purple moor-grass dominate the grassland and higher up this contains stiff sedge Carex bigelowii.
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  • The rare broad-leaved cotton sedge also occurs below the Belmore cliffs.
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  • sedge warbler with a rather similar song style.
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  • sedge bed close to the car park.
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  • sedge species to the lists.
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  • sedge patterns work well once the weather warms as spring moves into summer.
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  • sedge field, cut every three years in the summer.
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  • Typical of some sections of the river are the distinctive towers of the great tussock sedge.
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  • The southern part is dry, with poor bog moss cover, short common heather, deer sedge, cross-leaved heath and Cladonia lichens.
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  • This has a low sedge sward, dominated by carnation sedge, with abundant common yellow sedge and occasionally flea sedge.
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  • Patches of acid peat with heather and acid grasses or with cotton sedge are found on the remnants of the former bogs.
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  • Species include bottle sedge, common cotton sedge, devil's-bit scabious and marsh violet growing over layers of Sphagnum mosses and brown mosses.
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  • Notable plants include sneezewort, star sedge, harebell and bluebell with locally rare lesser skullcap being of particular interest.
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  • skylark singing; Reed Bunting, Yellowhammer, Sedge Warbler in the hedgerow.
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  • spike rush, bog sedge, and the spectacular bogbean.
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  • tussock sedge.
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  • The reedbeds and tall fen vegetation support nesting sedge and reed warblers as well as numerous cuckoos.
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  • vernal pools with sedge or rush litter and mud.
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  • Take a stroll around Doxey in the spring to hear sedge warblers, reed bunting and other warblers singing.
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  • A close relative of the sedge warbler with a rather similar song style.
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  • Taking first this most northerly locality, in Grinnell Land, we find the flora to comprise 2 horsetails, i i Conifers (including the living Pinus Abies), 2 grasses, a sedge, 2 poplars, a willow, 2 birches, 2 hazels, an elm, a Viburnum, a water-lily, and a lime.
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  • The resident Cetti 's warbler has been singing, and soon the migrant reed warblers and sedge warblers will have arrived.
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  • In summer, warblers voice their scratchy songs and nest in the reed and sedge beds.
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  • The Trust manages the sedge bed close to the car park.
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  • We added quite a few new grass and sedge species to the lists.
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  • Sedge patterns work well once the weather warms as spring moves into summer.
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  • In the distance is a working sedge field, cut every three years in the summer.
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  • Skylark singing; Reed Bunting, Yellowhammer, Sedge Warbler in the hedgerow.
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  • Breeding birds of the river margins include sedge warbler, whitethroat and reed bunting, while skylark breeds on the meadow.
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  • Shallow pools have yet another sundew, along with spike rush, bog sedge, and the spectacular bogbean.
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  • Common in fens in northern Britain but extremely local in southern England in vernal pools with sedge or rush litter and mud.
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  • bird's-foot sedge Carex ornithopoda and dwarf milkwort Polygala amarella.
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  • Specialities of the reserve: Tussock sedge, bog pimpernel, bog pimpernel, bogbean, southern marsh orchid, reed bunting, snipe, grass snake.
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  • carnation sedge and marsh thistle.
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  • Uncommon species present include cranberry, bog sedge and white sedge.
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  • Rare plants such as large bitter cress, lanceolate water plantain and elongated sedge grow where the wood is wettest.
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  • Other uncommon species may occur, such as hair sedge Carex capillaris, sheathed sedge C. vaginata and variegated horsetail equisetum variegatum.
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  • Behind these are areas of sedge dominated fen which can often be species rich.
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  • sedge fen - low nutrients, high diversity Saw sedge is the main plant species in these areas.
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  • Species found include slender ground hopper, great green bush cricket, brown argus, reed and sedge warblers and flowering rush.
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  • And this why I sojourn here Alone and palely loitering, Tho the sedge is withered from the lake, And no birds sing.
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  • The wood contains several scarce and locally distributed grasses, sedges and rushes including hairy woodrush, pendulous sedge and wood millet.
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  • reed warblers and sedge warblers will have arrived.
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  • Uncommon plants such as saw sedge, greater meadow rue and marsh valerian are found in the meadow.
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  • (Sedge family), Juncaceae (Rush family), and some other monocotyledons with inconspicuous flowers.
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  • In the immediate vicinity of water the sedge (Carex physoides) grows, and sporadic patches of Allium.
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  • Each plant bears a bright rose-purple flower that shows well on its bed of Sphagnum, Cranberry, and Sedge.
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