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English: The plant Scheuchzeria palustris in a bog. Left: ripe fruits, right: over-ripe (only one week later).
Deutsch: Blumenbinsen (Scheuchzeria palustris). Links eine Pflanze mit reifen Balgfrüchten Mitte Oktober, rechts bereits hinfällig nur eine Woche später.
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Source Own work. Location: North-eastern Lower Saxony, Germany.
Author Christian Fischer
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