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Category : (D5 )Sedge and reedbeds, normally without free-standing water
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Question d08 :   Dominant vegetation
   Species-poor sedge and reed beds are separated according to the dominant vegetation type: reeds (including e.g. Phragmites, Scirpus and Typha); sedges (Carex and Cyperus); and rushes (Juncus).
Answers:
reeds Factsheet icon [ D5.1 ] sedges Factsheet icon [ D5.2 ] rushes Factsheet icon [ D5.3 ]

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