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Pet peeve of mine, where I grew up we were taught that this was Reed Mace, and that Bullrush was that stuff that looks more like cow parsley. (there speaks the botanist, ha ha)
How to take close-ups with cheap phone and hand-lens:
Field Guides for Budding Botanists:
Funnily enough, though, "bulrush" is the common name that "Get Recommended" pulls in to the ID
... is also the name in most floras and field guides.
....and that annoyed me quite highly, to have what I consider to be the "wrong" common name offered as a recommendation.
But of course there is always regional variation: just because I grew up "knowing" it was Reed Mace, doesn't necessarily make that correct.
*mutters under breath*
My edition of Rose says "Bulrush (Common Reedmace)"
To avoid confusion, I will forevermore call it Typha latifolia, that should annoy people!
...it lacks that certain something, doesn't it?
The name has been misapplied due to the books' creators going along with a common misconception.
The use of 'daddy-long-legs' to describe the crane-fly appears to be another case in point.
The likelihood is, though, that insisting on the correct name is a lost cause.
...as I have noticed in recent years that people are using "daddy-long-legs" to describe those spiders which I call "Harvesters".
Oh, hold on *checks google before being ambushed by Experts from another category*, not spiders, Opiliones, apparently.
Lat/Lng: 51.3102, 1.1851
OS grid ref: TR220616
Approx location; somewhere in the reserve