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Common Reed

76 Common Reed (Phragmites australis) is a grass species of the Poaceae family that is native throughout most temperate and subtropical regions of the world. It grows in wet, marshy areas and can be found in marshes, riverbanks, the edges of ponds, and along coastlines. Common Reed is renowned for its height and dense growth habit that provides habitat for wildlife. Common Reed has been used for thatching, weaving, and fuel, and it is now the most widely planted reed species in the United States and Europe.

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