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Sedge hedge-prickly


Bromus secalinus L. - monol., Dvul., VI-VII

Sem. Poaceae (Gramineae) - Cereals

49. Genus Bromus L. - Bonfire

93. Bonfire rye

Weed in crops of rye. Pretty rare. Found in the conservation zone of the reserve in the vicinity of the village. Fedorovskoe, as well as in the vicinity of the village. Moshary.

Calamagrostis Adans.

Kind 35. Veinik (Sem. Poaceae - Cereals)

61. Calamagrostis arundinacea Roth - Reed Vein

62. Calamagrostis canescens Roth - Grayish reed

(Syn: Calamagrostis lanceolata Roth)

63. Calamagrostis epigeios Roth - Ground reed

64. Calamagrostis langsdorfii Trin. - Veinik Langsdorf

Calamagrostis canescens (Web.) Roth

Calamagrostis canescens (Web.) Roth - pl., Vi-vii

Sem. Poaceae (Gramineae) - Cereals

62. Grayish reed

Calamagrostis lanceolata roth

Calamagrostis canescens Roth - Grayish reed

Raw floodplain meadows, bushes overgrown with rivers and streams, transitional swamps. Very often, throughout the reserve.

1. Botanical description

Gray-green dense plant with a shortened non-creeping rhizome.

The stalks are rough, 15-45 cm tall.

The leaves are flat-grooved, straight, harsh, 1.5-2 mm wide, shorter than the stem or equal to it.

Gynecandric spikelets, including (1) 2-5 (6), in a dense or intermittent hemispherical spike-shaped inflorescence, ovoid, closely spaced or spaced, the upper spikelet is club-shaped, with a narrow, elongated stamen part that imitates the stem, without a bract. Scales are ovoid, island, rusty, with a green keel and a white membranous margin, shorter than the sacs. Pouches are flat-convex, webbed, ovate or oblong-ovate, (2.7) 3.5-4 (4.2) mm long, 1.6-2 mm wide, greenish-brown, in the mature state, stellate deflected, front with (7) 10–12 veins, posteriorly with veins only at the base or without veins on both sides, broadly rounded, spongy, almost sessile, with a rough, flat, short-two-toothed, deeply split nose in front. Covering leaves are usually scaly.

Fruits in May-August.

The number of chromosomes is 2n = 56, 58.

The view is described from Germany (the vicinity of Göttingen).

2. Distribution

Europe, the Baltic states, the European part of Russia: Karelo-Murmansk region (south of the Khibiny mountains), Dvino-Pechora region (west and south), Ladoga-Ilmsky region, the upper Dnieper and Volga, Volga-Kama region (west), Volga-Kama Donskoy district, Zavolzhye (near Sergeevsk), Belarus: the upper Dnieper, Ukraine: the Carpathians, the middle part of the Dnieper basin, the vicinity of Dnepropetrovsk, Moldova, the Caucasus: the Greater Caucasus (west, center, Makhachkala - Atlibuyunsky pass), Western Transcaucasia, South Ossetia, Far East: Arctic (East Koryaki i) Kamchatka, Sakhalin (very rare), Kuril Islands, Western Asia: Northern Turkey, Northern Iran, Western Syria, Eastern Asia: Northeast China, Korean Peninsula, Hokkaido and Honshu, North America: West and East, North Africa : Northwest, Australia: New South Wales and Victoria Mountains, New Zealand.

It grows in moist and swampy meadows, grassy, ​​rarely sphagnum bogs, in moist and swampy forests and shrubs.

3. Systematics

Within the species, two subspecies are distinguished:

  • Carex echinata subsp. echinata - Extended sedge, or narrowed sedge, temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, Sumatra, New Guinea, New Zealand, Australia,
  • Carex echinata subsp. phyllomanica (Boott) Reznicek - from Southern Alaska to Northern California.

Calamagrostis langsdorfii (Link) Trin.

Calamagrostis langsdorfii (Link) Trin. - many., VI-VIII

Sem. Poaceae (Gramineae) - Cereals

64. Weinik Langsdorf

Forest edges, clearings. The only location. The only location in sq. 93 (Flerov, 1935b, Trofimov, 1950), in addition, is found in the conservation zone of the reserve south of the quarter 93. The instance found here is apparently a hybrid of Calamagrostis langsdorfii (Link) Trih. and Calamagrostis phragmitoides C. Hartm.

Calamagrostis phragmitoides C. Hartm.

Calamagrostis phragmito> Sem. Poaceae (Gramineae) - Cereals

65. Tall reed

Calamagrostis flexuosa Rupr.

Calamagrostis phragmito> Calamagrostis elata Blytt

Calamagrostis phragmitoides C. Hartm. - reed high

Raw floodplain meadows, outskirts of high bogs, forest edges. Often, throughout the reserve.

Callitriche cophocarpa Sendtn.

Callitriche cophocarpa Sendtn. - monol., VI-VII

164. Genus Callitriche L. - Swamp

349. The swamp is changeable

Callitriche polymorpha Loennr.

Callitriche cophocarpa Sendtn. - The swamp is changeable

Streams, a coastal zone of rivers, temporarily drying puddles in the forest and in meadows. Quite often, throughout the reserve.

Callitriche palustris L.

Callitriche palustris L. - odn., VI-VII

164. Genus Callitriche L. - Swamp

350. Swamp bog

Callitriche verna L.

Callitriche palustris L. - Swamp bog

Streams, ditches. Seldom. Found in the conservation zone of the reserve in the vicinity of the village. Fedorovskoe.

Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br.

Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br. - many., VII-VIII, wild.

208. Genus Calystegia sepium R. Br. - New

409. The first fence

Convolvulus sepium L.

Calystegia sepium R. Br. - The first fence

Wild at the ruins of a house. The only location. In the protected zone of the reserve in the village. M. Yasnovitsy.

Campanula L.

Kind 251. Bell (Sem. Campanulaceae - Bellflower)

482. Campanula cervicaria L. - Stiff bell

483. Campanula glomerata L. - The bell is crowded

484. Campanula latifolia L. - bellflower broadleaf

485. Campanula patula L. - Spreading bell

486. Campanula rapuneuloides L. - Rapunceloid bell