Equisetum scirpoides, la Prêle faux-scirpe, est une espèce de plante herbacée de la famille des Equisetaceae (prêles). Son aire de répartition est circumboréal (dans les zones plus fraîches de l’hémisphère nord).Son nom commun, « faux-scirpe », et son épithète spécifique, scirpoides, proviennent du scirpe, dont l’apparence générale est semblable.

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  • Equisetum scirpoides, la Prêle faux-scirpe, est une espèce de plante herbacée de la famille des Equisetaceae (prêles). Son aire de répartition est circumboréal (dans les zones plus fraîches de l’hémisphère nord).Son nom commun, « faux-scirpe », et son épithète spécifique, scirpoides, proviennent du scirpe, dont l’apparence générale est semblable.
  • Equisetum scirpoides (Dwarf scouring rush, Dwarf Horsetail) Michx., Fl. Bor.-Amer. 2: 281 (1803). 2 n = 216. The smallest of the currently occurring representatives of the genus Equisetum (Horsetail).It occurs mainly in the area of the Arctic Circle in Alaska for the Indians and Greenlandii, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, New York and New England. Creates a compact and dense clumps. Reaches a maximum height of about 30 cm. The assimilation and generative shoots are identical and grow together. The leaves reduced to a black sheath around the stem. The stems are green, unbranched, thick and about 1 mm with six ribs. The generative shoots with small cones dying after sowing the spores. The nodes occur at approximately 1 - 3 cm. The leaves are very small to about 1 mm, and arranged in around nodes. The corms are thin, yellow and brown. The roots very fine, black and densely surpassing the ground. Species grows best in the mud at the depth zone from 0 to 3 cm. Specimens reproduce primarily by vegetative division. Equisetum scirpoides is hardy and semi-evergreen. This species is quite a popular decorative plant seen in garden ponds, ornamental gardens and assumptions in nearly the whole world. E. scirpoides was discovered and described by French botanist André Michaux. Detailed studies were conducted by the American botanist Oliver Atkins Farwell.
  • Хвощ камышо́вый (лат. Equisétum scirpoides) — вид многолетних травянистых растений рода Хвощ семейства Хвощёвые (Equisetaceae).
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  • Equisetum scirpoides, la Prêle faux-scirpe, est une espèce de plante herbacée de la famille des Equisetaceae (prêles). Son aire de répartition est circumboréal (dans les zones plus fraîches de l’hémisphère nord).Son nom commun, « faux-scirpe », et son épithète spécifique, scirpoides, proviennent du scirpe, dont l’apparence générale est semblable.
  • Хвощ камышо́вый (лат. Equisétum scirpoides) — вид многолетних травянистых растений рода Хвощ семейства Хвощёвые (Equisetaceae).
  • Equisetum scirpoides (Dwarf scouring rush, Dwarf Horsetail) Michx., Fl. Bor.-Amer. 2: 281 (1803). 2 n = 216. The smallest of the currently occurring representatives of the genus Equisetum (Horsetail).It occurs mainly in the area of the Arctic Circle in Alaska for the Indians and Greenlandii, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, New York and New England. Creates a compact and dense clumps. Reaches a maximum height of about 30 cm.
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  • Equisetum scirpoides
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