Calamagrostis stricta

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Northern Reedgrass (Calamagrostis stricta): A few scattered collections from northern half of the region. (Somewhat difficult to be sure due to taxonomic changes and/or subspecies not always showing up under species search.)

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Other References

  • Muller: [as C. crassiglumis] TBE gen; sandy meadows, open areas beaches; [as C. inexpansa] N & E, meadows; wet areas; [as C. neglecta] Glacier Bay, NE;shores, wet places
  • Hall 2010: [not treated]
  • Skinner, et al 2012: [ssp. inexpansa] "Native grass common to wet tundra, bogs, and other moist habitat. Common along open water of tundra, ponds and lake edges, ofen growing in standing water. Very rhizomatous and not usually present in great quantities"

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