Purple loosestrife and cattail plants

Purple loosestrife and cattail plants

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Caption: Purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria, background) and cattail (Typha latifolia, foreground). Purple loosestrife is not native to North America. It is an invasive species from Europe that grows in dense stands, reducing habitat for wildlife and preventing other plants from growing. Photographed near Michigan City, Indiana, USA.

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