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Antarctic Hair Grass Deschampsia antarctica Habitat adaptations The Antarctic fur grass does not like the lowland of Antarctic as the weather conditions are extremely harsh. Deschampsia antarctica is the only natural grass species to have adapted to and colonized the maritime Antarctic. When young they have folded leaf blades then develop into long, dark green, erect stems. 119, pp. In Antarctica, there are only 2 types of flowering plants: Antarctic pearlwort (Colobanthus quitensis) and Antarctic hair grass (Deschampsia antarctica). Crossley, L., Explore Antarctica, Cambridge: Univ. Covered in black hair they are hardy and tough, with some surprisingly delicate yellow or white petals. 3, pp. School for Young Scientists “Embryology, Genetics, and Biotechnology,” December 3–8, 2007), Ufa, 2007, pp. 3, pp. 330–338. Biol., 1993, no. It seems an almost impossible feat for a plant to survive in Antarctica. Surv. Google Scholar. 1959–1968. O. I. 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