Carex obnupta has 567000 seeds per pound. Carex obnupta is a wetland obligate, meaning it is typically found in wetland habitats and rarely occurs in non-wetland environments. It is commonly associated with freshwater marshes, where it often forms dense stands along the water’s edge. It can also be found along the banks of streams, rivers, and other water bodies. It can be a dominant plant species in wet meadows and sedge-dominated wetland communities. It is found across western North America.
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