Club-rush


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Club´-rush`


n.1.(Bot.) A rushlike plant, the reed mace or cat-tail, or some species of the genus Scirpus. See Bulrush.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The native species were Narrow-leaved Wilsonia, Swamp Selliera Selliera radicans, Salt Angianthus, a Club-rush Isolepis sp.
The other herbs were a Club-rush Isolepis sp., Salt Angianthus, Coast Barb-grass * Parapholis incurva, Water-buttons * Cotula coronopifolia, Beaded Glass-wort and a Sand-spurrey Spergularia sp.
Shiny Bog-rush Schoenus nitens, Creeping Brookweed and a Club-rush Isolepis sp.
The species include the Barn Owl, Eastern Prairie Fringed-Orchid, Engelmann's Quillwort, Few-flowered Club-rush, Jefferson Salamander, American Badger, Peregrine Falcon, Western Silvery Aster and Wood Turtle.