Chara, or Muskgrass, has a rigid and rough feel and produces a strong odor resembling garlic or skunk. Excessive growth may accumulate calcium deposits and forms dense, erect growths beneath the surface. Chara is often mistaken for Coontail.
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It is frequently misidentified as Coontail .
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