Typha shuttleworthii is very similar to T. latifolia and has long been considered conspecific with that species. More recent authors have, however, regarded it as a separate species. It differs from T. latifolia in that the male inflorescence is less than half the length of the female inflorescence, as well has having shorter anthers, smaller seeds, and narrower leaves.
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