Sedge female and male flowering spikes

Sedge female and male flowering spikes

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Caption: Sedge female and male flowering spikes. Flowering spikes (inflorescences) of the pendulous sedge (Carex pendula). The smaller spike at left is a female one. The spike at right (yellow) is a male one, bearing the anthers that produce pollen. The pollen of this plant is distributed by the wind (anemophily).

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