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The first record of Typha austro-orientalis (Typhaceae) in the Udmurt Republic

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The data on finding of Typha austro-orientalis Mavrodiev (Typhaceae) in the shallow riverside waters of an oxbow of the Kama River in the Udmurt Republic are given. The characteristics of the biotope and some morphological parameters of diagnostic features of plants for identified population are described. It is assumed that this species has the status of invasive plant in the region.

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Original Russian Text © O.A. Kapitonova, V.I. Kapitonov, 2016, published in Rossiiskii Zhurnal Biologicheskikh Invazii, 2016, No. 1, pp. 101–108.

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Kapitonova, O.A., Kapitonov, V.I. The first record of Typha austro-orientalis (Typhaceae) in the Udmurt Republic. Russ J Biol Invasions 7, 168–173 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S2075111716020090

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Keywords

  • cattail
  • Typha austro-orientalis
  • Typhaceae
  • macrophyte
  • semiaquatic plants
  • the Kama
  • Udmurt Republic