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Can you name the grass-type Pokemon that matches the Pokedex entry?

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By spreading the broad petals of its flower and catching the sun's rays, it fills its body with power.
Over the winter, it closes its bud and endures the cold. In spring, the bud opens and releases pollen.
Small hooks on the bottom of its feet catch on walls and ceilings. That is how it can hang from above.
They attach themselves to cave ceilings, firing steel spikes at targets passing beneath them.
When it takes a defensive posture with its fists guarding its face, it could withstand a bomb blast.
This horrifying plant Pokémon attracts prey with aromatic honey, then melts them in its mouth.
When you see it asleep in a patch of sunshine, you'll know it is using photosynthesis to produce clean air.
It flies by flapping its broad leaves and gives the sweet, delicious fruit around its neck to children.
Its short arms stretch when it throws punches. Its technique is equal to that of pro boxers.
A Pokémon that was feared as a forest guardian. It can read the foe's mind and take preemptive action.
It has the world's largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
They photosynthesize by bathing their tails in sunlight. When they are not feeling well, their tails droop.
Is head sprouts horns as sharp as blades. Using whirlwind-like movements, it confounds and swiftly cuts opponents.
When it gets exposed to plenty of sunlight, the leaves ringing its body begin to spin around. This Pokémon's dancing is renowned in the southern lands.
Sunlight colors it red. When the small ball is drained of nutrients, it shrivels to herald evolution.
Ill tempered, it fights by swinging its barbed tail around wildly. The leaf growing on its head is very bitter.
It converts solar energy into nutrition. It moves around actively in the daytime when it is warm. It stops moving as soon as the sun goes down for the night.
When the bud on its back starts swelling, a sweet aroma wafts to indicate the flower's coming bloom.
It's thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, this Pokémon spits a corrosive fluid that melts even iron.
Its strongly developed thigh muscles give it astounding agility and jumping performance.
If it senses strong sunlight, it opens its folded petals to absorb the sun's rays with its whole body.
This Pokémon pulls out the leaf on its head and makes a flute with it. The sound of it’s flute strikes fear and uncertainty in the hearts of people lost in a forest.
If it senses danger, it shakes its body and scatters spores from the top of its head. This Pokémon’s spores are so toxic, they make trees and weeds wilt.
Like the wind, it can slip through any gap, no matter how small. It leaves balls of white fluff behind.
It moves along the ground as if sliding. Its swift movements befuddle its foes, and it then attacks with a vine whip.
It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.
A sweet aroma gently wafts from the leaf on its head. It is docile and loves to soak up sun rays.
Thought to be one of the first Pokémon to live in harmony with humans, it has a placid disposition.
Such a thick shell of wood covers its head and back that even a direct hit from a truck wouldn't faze it.
Packs of them follow travelers through the desert until the travelers can no longer move.
Made from soil, the shell on its back hardens when it drinks water. It lives along lakes.
Smells incredibly foul! However, around one out of a thousand people enjoy sniffing its nose-bending stink.
When threatened, it attacks by shooting a barrage of spikes, which gives it a chance to escape by rolling away.
Luring prey with a sweet scent, it uses poison whips on its arms to poison, bind, and finish off the prey.
During cold seasons, it migrates to the mountain's lower reaches. It returns to the snow-covered summit in the spring.
The aroma that rises from its petals contains a substance that calms aggressive feelings.
It knows where pure water wells up. It carries fellow Pokémon there on its back.
They inhabit mountainous regions. The leader of the herd is decided by a battle of clashing horns.
Perhaps because they feel more at ease in a group, they stick to others they find. They end up looking like a cloud.
Since they prefer moist, nutrient-rich soil, the areas where they live are known to be good for growing plants.
Small Pokémon occasionally gather on its unmoving back to begin building their nests.
It rides warm southern winds to cross the sea and fly to foreign lands. The Pokémon descends to the ground when it encounters cold air while it is floating.
Its three heads think independently. However, they are friendly and never appear to squabble.
They show off their Poké Ball caps to lure prey, but very few Pokémon are fooled by this.
It blooms when the weather warms. It floats in the sky to soak up as much sunlight as possible.
The buds that ring its neck give off a spicy aroma that perks people up.
Even veteran Trainers face a challenge in getting its beautiful flower to bloom. This Pokémon is popular with celebrities.
It has seeds growing on its back. They are said to be bursting with nutrients that revitalize trees. This Pokémon raises the trees in a forest with loving care.
It uses the different poisons in each hand separately when it attacks. The stronger its aroma, the healthier it is.
A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.
It tangles any moving thing with its vines. Their subtle shaking is ticklish if you get ensnared.
It drifts on winds. It is said that when they gather in fields and mountains, spring is on the way.
The more arid and harsh the environment, the more pretty and fragrant it's flower grows. This Pokémon battles by wildly swinging its thorny arms.
When it moves rhythmically, it makes a sound similar to maracas, making the surprised Pokémon flee.
It lures people in with its Poké Ball pattern, then releases poison spores. Why it resembles a Poké Ball is unknown.
Its six eggs converse using telepathy. They can quickly gather if they become separated.
It blankets wide areas in snow by whipping up blizzards. It is also known as 'The Ice Monster.'
It ensnares prey by extending arms made of vines. Losing arms to predators does not trouble it.
It can dissolve toxins in the air to instantly transform ruined land into a lush field of flowers.
It relies on its sturdy shell to deflect predators' attacks. It counterattacks with its sharp quills.
During the daytime, it buries itself in soil to absorb nutrients from the ground using its entire body. The more fertile the soil, the glossier its leaves become.
It binds itself to trees in marshes. It attracts prey with its sweet-smelling drool and gulps them down.
It suddenly falls out of the sky in the morning. Knowing it's weak, it simply feeds until it evolves.
It attaches itself to a tree branch using the top of its head. Strong winds can sometimes make it fall.
It only gives its all against strong opponents who are not fazed by the glare from it's noble eyes.

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