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_Glyceria fluitans_, the spikelet of which, as observed by Wigand,  consisted below of the ordinary unchanged glumes, but the remaining paleæ as well as the lodicles and stamens were represented by ligulate leaves.
The most common plants on the drier places were _Aira alpina_ and _Poa alpina_; on the more low-lying places there grew Glyceria, Pedicularis, and _Ledum palustre_; everywhere we found _Petasites frigida_ and a species of Salix.
Glyceria fluitans, Poa of Ell.Sk. Festuca of Linn.
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Glyceria fluctans, flourishes in the sluggish waters of streams; and what is singular, the carnivorous trout feed and fatten upon them.