Intermittent wetland is a sedge- and herb-dominated wetland found along lakeshores or in depressions and characterized by fluctuating water levels, both seasonally and interannually. Intermittent wetlands exhibit traits of both peatlands and marshes, with characteristic vegetation including sedges (Carex spp.), rushes (Juncus spp.), sphagnum mosses, and ericaceous shrubs. The community occurs statewide. - Michigan Natural Features Inventory

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