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Sparganium stoloniferum Typhaceae 11
Typha angustifoliaSmall Reed Mace, Narrowleaf cattailTyphaceae 53
Typha bungeana Typhaceae 43
Typha davidiana Typhaceae 43
Typha domingensisSouthern CattailTyphaceaeT. angustata. Bory-Chaubard.43
Typha elephantinaBora. Elephant grass, Indian reed-mace.TyphaceaeTypha elephantina var. schimperi (Rohrb.) Graebn.;Typha angustifolia Watt. non Linn.;Typha maresii Batt.;Typha schimperi Rohrb.;33
Typha glaucaHybrid cattailTyphaceae 40
Typha latifoliaReedmace, Broadleaf cattail, Bullrush, NailrodTyphaceae 53
Typha laxmannii Typhaceae 41
Typha minima Typhaceae 23
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