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2. Typha laxmannii Lep. in Nova. Act. Acad. Petr. 12: 84. 335, t. 4. 1801. Boiss., l.c. 50; Hook. f., l.c. 489; Fedtsch. in Komarov, l.c. 167; Riedl in Rech. f., l.c. 3; R.R. Stewart in Nasir & Ali, Ann. Cat. Vasc. Pl. W. Pak. & Kashm. 28. 1972; Cook in Tutin et al., l.c. 276.


  • Typha laxmannii var. planifolia Kronf.
  • Typha martini Thoms. ex Aitch.
  • Typha stenophylla Fisch. & C.A. Mey.

    Perennial, more slender and shorter than the previous species, 80-120 cm high. Leaves narrow, not more than 4 mm broad, slender-semicylindric at the sheath, greatly overtopping the inflorescence, the blade convex on back; staminate and pistillate parts of the inflorescence separated, axis of staminal spike covered with hairs. Stamens 3; pollen free; pistillate flowers ebracteate, mixed with pistillodes, hairs much shorter than the stigma.

    Fl. Per.: July-September.

    Type: Dahuria, Laxmann in herb. Fischer Nr. 66. (LE).

    Distribution: Australia, Europe, Russia, Iran, Pakistan, Kashmir and Japan.


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