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A seed from Russian turf
Igor Grichanov
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Posted on 13-10-2017 13:34
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Can anybody associate this seed with a plant family? Taken from turf digged up from Pskov forest swamp recently.
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Tony Irwin
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My first reaction is Carex, though it's quite small
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Igor Grichanov
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Posted on 13-10-2017 16:06
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Thank you, Tony. It is possible.
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