Inland marshes

from Maine Wetlands and Their Boundaries: A Guide For Code Enforcement Officers, by Ralph W. Tiner

Inland marshes are nontidal wetlands usually dominated by grasses or grasslike plants. They are seasonally flooded and usually saturated at or near the surface when not flooded. Dominant plants include broad-leaved cattail, tussock sedge, wool grass, bluejoint, reed canary grass, manna grasses, rice cutgrass, three-way sedge, soft-stemmed bulrush, hard-stemmed bulrush, common three-square, pickerelweed, big-leaved arrowhead, giant bur-reed, wild rice, white water lily, horsetails, and beggars-ticks.