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The fruit is a berry filled with mucus, which when ripe falls into the water and thus disperses.
During low tides, a smaller, more undeveloped island appears and like the rest, is also suitable for fishing and swimming.The specific name calamus (meaning "cane") is derived from Greek κάλαμος (kálamos, meaning "reed"), which is cognate to Latin culmus (meaning "stalk") and Old English healm (meaning "straw"), and derived from Proto-Indo European *kole-mo- (thought to mean "grass" or "reed").The Arabic word قَلَم (qálam, meaning "pen") and Sanskrit कलम (kaláma, meaning "reed used as a pen", and a sort of rice) are thought to have been borrowed from Greek. dissertation and in her 2000 entry in the Flora of North America considers the diploid form to be a distinct species.The sweet flag can easily be distinguished from Iris and other similar plants by the crimped edges of the leaves, the fragant odour it emits when crushed, and the presence of a spadix. The solid, triangular flower-stems rise from the axils of the outer leaves.A semi-erect spadix emerges from one side of the flower stem.Currently the taxonomic position of these forms is contested. Thompson only analyses North American forms of the diploid variety in her treatment, and does not analyse the morphology of Asian forms of the diploid variety.
The comprehensive taxonomic analysis in the Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families from 2002 considers all three forms to be distinct varieties of a single species. Also, in older USA literature the name Acorus americanus may be used indiscriminately for all forms of Acorus calamus occurring in North America, irrespective of cytological diversity (i.e. The recent treatment in the Flora of China from 2010, which is followed in the Tropicos database system, considers all varieties to be synonyms of a single taxonomically undifferentiated species, pointing to morphological overlap in the characteristics singled out by Thompson.
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The leaves are erect yellowish-green, radical, with pink sheathing at their bases, sword-shaped, flat and narrow, tapering into a long, acute point, and have parallel veins.
The tetraploid variety is usually known as Acorus calamus var. A number of synonyms are known, but a number are contested as to which variety they belong.