Typha x glauca Godr. (pro sp.) [T. angustifolia x T. latifolia]Non-Native
[Invasive]
Common name(s)hybrid cattail
FamilyTyphaceae
Conservation statusNot threatened
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Found at the following sites :
Trail Creek Fen
Calumet Prairie
Coffee Creek
INDU Great Marsh, Cowles Wetland Complex West
INDU Great Marsh, Derby Ditch East
INDU Great Marsh, Tansley Marsh
INDU Great Marsh, Brown Kintzele Ditch West
Fesko
Hegewisch Marsh
Indian Ridge Marsh
Bur Oak Woods
Marquette Pannes
Great Marsh North
Beaver Dam
Gibson Woods Nature Preserve
Samuelson Fen
Hidden Prairie
Little Calumet River Prairie & Wetlands
ExxonMobil Hammond Terminal
Roxana Marsh
INDU Lake Plain Prairie
Kennedy-Cline West
Kennedy-Cline East
Pine Station
Tolleston Ridges

Present Absent Previous, not current
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