Flowering head of meadow fox-tail

Flowering head of meadow fox-tail

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Credit: DR. JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Macrophotograh showing part of the flowering head of the meadow fox-tail, Alopercurus pratensis common grass found throughout Britain on damp meadows & grasslands. Seen here are a mass of anthers (male reproductive structure) ready to release their supply of pollen. Grasses produce copious quantities of pollen, which is dispersed through the agency of the wind. Many grasses are responsible for hayfever, an allergic reaction to certain pollens. Mag: X 1.5 (35mm).

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Keywords: alopercurus pratensis, anther, botany, flower, flowering, flowers, grass, macrophoto, meadow fox-tail, nature, plant, plants

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