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- n. Any of several aquatic plants of the genus Eriocaulon
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any plant of a genus (Eriocaulon) of aquatic or marsh herbs with soft grass-like leaves.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Any plant of the genus Eriocaulon, or indeed of the order Eriocauleæ or (as formerly written) Eriocaulonaceæ.
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- n. aquatic perennial of North America and Ireland and Hebrides having translucent green leaves in a basal spiral and dense buttonlike racemes of minute white flowers
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Rare plants that occur or that have occurred here include heart leaf plantain, estuary beggar ticks, golden club, ovate spikerush, Parker's pipewort, Nuttall's micranthemum, Eaton's burmarigold, false pimpernel, winged monkey flower and swamp lousewort.
Rare plants include a sedge, wooly lip-fern, Parker's pipewort, slender knotweed, spongy arrowhead, saltmarsh bulrush and pigmyweed.
There also I have found, in considerable quantities, curious balls, composed apparently of fine grass or roots, of pipewort perhaps, from half an inch to four inches in diameter, and perfectly spherical.
I have found, in considerable quantities, curious balls, composed apparently of fine grass or roots, of pipewort perhaps, from half an inch to four inches in diameter, and perfectly spherical.