Fuireneae is paraphyletic with respect to Cypereae in all analyses, with moderate to strong support for the existence of three distinct lineages: (1) a strongly supported Bolboschoenus
clade (BP 99%, BS 100%, PP 1.00) is the first lineage to diverge from the Fuireneae + Cypereae clade (BS 77%, PP 1.00); (2) a monophyletic Fuirena clade (BP 89%, BS 96%, PP 1.00), and (3) a Schoenoplectus + Schoenoplectiella clade (BP 61%.
Seed dormancy break and germination of three globally important wetland bulrushes: Guidance for restoration of Bolboschoenus
maritimus, Schoenoplectus acutus, and S.
alterniflora, Juncus roemerianus Scheele, and Bolboschoenus
robustus (Pursh) Sojak .
The most abundant species, and the species most affected by the fire, were Schoenoplectus americanus (bulrush), Typha domingensis (Southern cattail), Bolboschoenus
maritimus, Sporobolus virginicus and Distichlis spicata (saltgrass), all of which formed part of the grasslands and reed beds.
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lacustris (Typho-Phragmiteum australis typhetosum domingensis, facies del taxon mencionado); junto a especies como Chenopodium pumilio, Bolboschoenus
glaucus y Cyperus longus.
* fan palm Cyperaceae Sedge Family Bolboschoenus
maritimus (L.) Palla saltmarsh bulrush Bolboschoenus
maritimus (L.) Palla ssp.
Common lifeforms include erect emergent sedges (Eleocharis, Carex, Cyperus, Bolboschoenus
and Baumea species), rushes (Juncus species), grasses (Glyceria and Amphibromus species) and amphibious herbs with floating or emergent leaves (Myriophyllum, Triglochin, Orn duffia, Marsilea, Ranunculus and floating-leaved Potamogeton species).
tabernaemontanii, Typha angustifolia, Bolboschoenus
of 34.9) and Bolboschoenus
fluviatilis (I.V of 11.9), both common native wetland species, completed the top four, all having importance values exceeding 10 (Table 1).
Advances in plant food processing in the Near Eastern Epipalaeolithic and implications for improved edibility and nutrient bioaccessibility: an experimental assessment of Bolboschoenus
maritimus (L.) Palla (sea club-rush).