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Isolepis inundata R. Br.

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Scirpus inundatus (R. Br.) Spreng. Syst. 1: 207. 1825
Isolepis inundala R. Br. Prodr. 34. 1810.
Isolepis propinqua R. Br. Prodr. 34. 1810.
Isolepis nigricans H.B.K. Nov. Gen. & Sp. 1: 220. 1816.
Scirpus nigricans Poir. in Lam. Encyc. Suppl. 5: 104. 1817.
Isolepis Gaudichaudiana Kunth, Enum. PI. 2: 201. 1837.
Isolepis albescens Desv. in C. Gay, Hist. Chile Bot. 6: 188. 1853.
Isolepis vivipara Schrad.; Desv. in C. Gay, Hist. Chile Bot. 6: 189. 1853.
Isolepis prolifera sensu Hook. f. Fl. Nov. Zel. 1: 271. 1853. Not I. prolifer R. Br. 1810.
Isolepis Gunnii Steud. Syn. PI. Cyp. 94. 1855.
Isolepis Urvillei Steud. Syn. PI. Cyp. 94. 1855.
Cyperus Urvilleanus Steud.; Bock. Flora 42: 448. 1859.
Scirpus Gunnii Bock. Linnaea 36: 493. 1870.
Scirpus angachillensis Bock. Linnaea 36: 496. 1870.
Scirpus Bridgesii Bock. Linnaea 36: 508. 1870.
Scirpus Gaudichaudii Bock. Linnaea 36: 511. 1870.
Scirpus varians Bock. Linnaea 36: 698. 1870.
Scirpus albescens F. Philippi, Cat. PI. Chil. 310. 1881.
Scirpus didymostachyus Philippi, Anal. Univ. Chile 93: 475. 1896.
Scirpus Irichocaulos Philippi, Anal. Univ. Chile 93: 478. 1896.
Scirpus constitutions Philippi, Anal. Univ. Chile 93: 483. 1896.
Isolepis psilocarpa Kunze; Kunth, Enum. PI. 2: 193, as syn. 1837; Clarke, Bot. Jahrb. 30 Beibl. 68:
31. 1901. Isolepis trichocaulis Philippi; Clarke, Bot. Jahrb. 30 Beibl. 68: 31. 1901. Isolepis tristachya Philippi; Clarke, Bot. Jahrb. 30 Beibl. 68: 31. 1901.
Culms cespitose, often elongate, many from a closely packed base; sheaths reddish, shortly mucronate-tipped; culms terete, smooth, erect or spreading; involucral bract variable in length, equaling or several times exceeding the spikelets, terete, smooth; spikelets sessile, 3-12, rarely single, 3-6-flowered, often viviparous; scales oval, strongly nerved, reddish; bristles absent; stamen 1; style trifid; achene smooth, usually strongly trigonous, minutely apiculate.
Type locality: Australia.
Distribution: Costa Rica; Argentina; the Andes; New Zealand, Australia (where abundant), and Borneo.
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Alan Ackerman Beetle. 1947. (POALES); (CYPERACEAE); SCIRPEAE (PARS). North American flora. vol 18(8) New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Isolepis inundata

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Isolepis inundata is a species of sedge native to Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand.[1][2] Common names include swamp club-rush. It was first described by prolific botanist Robert Brown in 1810.[3]

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  1. ^ "Isolepis inundata". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Retrieved 22 December 2011.
  2. ^ K. L. Wilson. "New South Wales Flora Online: Isolepis inundata". Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust, Sydney, Australia.
  3. ^ "Isolepis inundata R.Br". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
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Isolepis inundata is a species of sedge native to Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand. Common names include swamp club-rush. It was first described by prolific botanist Robert Brown in 1810.

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