tabernaemontanii, Typha angustifolia, Bolboschoenus
The inflorescence in southern African species of Bolboschoenus
Scirpus was divided into six genera: Bolboschoenus
, Hemicarpha [resurrected], Isolepis, Schoenoplectus, Scirpus, and Trichophorum, and Cyperus was divided into Cyperus and Kyllinga.
The natural vegetation, although altered, is well represented with a mosaic of communities, with species such as Bolboschoenus
Species 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ambrosia psilostachya X X Andropogon glomeratus X Atriplex pentandra X X Bacopa monnieri X X X Batis maritima X X Bolboschoenus
maritimus X X X X X Borrichia frutescens X X X X X X X X Chamaesyce serpens X Chara sp.
X CYPERACEAE (Sedge Family) Bolboschoenus
fluviatilis (Torrey) X Sojak Bulbostylis capillaris (L.
caldwelli Australia: Wilson et al.
There is, however, on the Murray River at Lake Boga a Wemba Wemba language list from Stone (1911, 444-45) which provides several names for different stages and conditions of `rushes' which are obviously Typha, and as well gives a name for `bulrush' which is probably Bolboschoenus (Scirpus) (Table 1).
In other cases, the identification is less certain; there are other aquatic plants, such as Bolboschoenus medianus, Phragmites australis and Triglochin procera, which could have provided edible roots.
maritimus Botswana: Smith 2452 (K) (L.
Bolboschoenus glaucus- a new species in the Czech Republic.
Chromosome numbers within the genus Bolboschoenus in central Europe.