INTROGRESSION BETWEEN TYPHA LATIFOLIA AND T. ANGUSTIFOLIA

@article{Fassett1952INTROGRESSIONBT,
  title={INTROGRESSION BETWEEN TYPHA LATIFOLIA AND T. ANGUSTIFOLIA},
  author={Norman C. Fassett and Barbara Calhoun},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1952},
  volume={6}
}
Throughout much of their range in the northern United States and southern Canada, T. latifolia and T. angustifolia occupy the same regions; many colonies consist of both species, in company with individuals combining characteristics of the two. In many colonies that apparently consist of but one species, some individuals show characteristics of the other species. The cat-tails of the United States have been referred to four species, T. latifolia L., T. angustifolia L., T. glauca Godr. and T… 
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