The Compact Rush (Juncus conglomeratus) is a species of rush.

Compact Rush ~ http://www.flickr.com/photos/qwertyqwertyqwerty/

This species inhabits damp grasslands, and it favors those which are grazed. In Britain it is widespread, and often common, but in Ireland it is rare. The seed clusters are large and compact, hence the name. The long, thin leaves are similar to other rushes.

Compact Rush Seed-head ~ http://www.flickr.com/photos/qwertyqwertyqwerty/

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