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Fimbristylis dichotoma ssp. depauperata (R. Br.) J. Kern

Fimbristylis depauperata

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Fimbristylis depauperata is a sedge of the family Cyperaceae that is native to Australia.

The annual grass-like or herb sedge typically grows to a height of 0.1 to 0.5 metres (0.33 to 1.64 ft) and has a tufted habit. It blooms between February to August and produces green-brown flowers.[1]

In Western Australia it is found around swamps, seepage areas and along creeks and streams in the Kimberley region where it grows in gravelly sandy-clay soils often containing laterite.[1]

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Fimbristylis depauperata: Brief Summary

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Fimbristylis depauperata is a sedge of the family Cyperaceae that is native to Australia.

The annual grass-like or herb sedge typically grows to a height of 0.1 to 0.5 metres (0.33 to 1.64 ft) and has a tufted habit. It blooms between February to August and produces green-brown flowers.

In Western Australia it is found around swamps, seepage areas and along creeks and streams in the Kimberley region where it grows in gravelly sandy-clay soils often containing laterite.

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