Cattails in Yellowstone

Cattails in Yellowstone

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Credit: JAMES STEINBERG/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cattails (Typha sp.), seen here along the shores of Sedge Creek, are a common sight in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. They provide necessary habitat for native and migratory aquatic animals.

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Keywords: aquatic plant, bullrush, bulrush, cat-tail, cattail, freshwater marsh, marsh vegetation, marshy habitat, north american, poales, reed-mace, reedmace, riparian, river bank, river side, riverbank plants, sedge creek, typha, typhaceae, typhales, united states, wetland flora, wetlands ecosystem, wyoming, yellowstone, yellowstone national park

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