Typha latifolia L. (Typhaceae), new record for the Chilean flora
For first time in Chile, is documented the presence of Typha latifolia L., a species that occurs mainly in wetlands, and up to date it was only registered in neighboring countries. This new species record was found in the Talcahuano area, Biobío Region. A morphological description of the plant is provided and also an identification key for the species of the Typha genus growing in Chile.
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