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is a genus of flowering plant of the family Cyperaceae
Cyperaceae are a family of monocotyledonous graminoid flowering plants known as sedges, which superficially resemble grasses or rushes. The family is large, with some 5,500 species described in about 109 genera. These species are widely distributed, with the centers of diversity for the group...
native to Australia
Australia , officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country in the Southern Hemisphere comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is the world's sixth-largest country by total area...
- Lepidosperma angustatum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma aphyllum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma avium K.L.Wilson
- Lepidosperma benthamianum C.B.Clarke
- Lepidosperma brunonianum Nees
- Lepidosperma canescens Boeck.
- Lepidosperma carphoides F.Muell. ex Benth. Black Rapier Sedge
- Lepidosperma clipeicola K.L.Wilson
- Lepidosperma concavum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma congestum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma costale Nees
- Lepidosperma drummondii Benth.
- Lepidosperma effusum
Lepidosperma effusum, commonly known as the riverside sword sedge or spreading sword sedge, is an evergreen species of sedge that is native to southwest Western Australia. It occurs from the Perth region south through the Margaret River region and eastwards to Albany. It was described by English...
Benth. Spreading Sword-sedge
- Lepidosperma elatius Labill.
- Lepidosperma ensiforme (Rodway) D.I.Morris
- Lepidosperma evansianum K.L.Wilson
- Lepidosperma exaltatum R.Br
- Lepidosperma filiforme Labill.
- Lepidosperma flexuosum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma forsythii A.A.Ham.
- Lepidosperma gladiatum
Lepidosperma gladiatum is commonly known as the coast sword sedge or coastal sword sedge. It is an evergreen species of sedge that is native to southern coastal areas of Australia. It was described by French botanist Jacques Labillardière in 1805....
Labill. Coast Sword-sedge
- Lepidosperma gracile R.Br.
- Lepidosperma latens K.L.Wilson
- Lepidosperma laterale
Lepidosperma laterale, commonly known as the variable saw sedge, is a plant found in south and eastern Australia. It is often found on sandy soils or rocky areas in wooded areas....
- Lepidosperma leptophyllum Benth.
- Lepidosperma leptostachyum Benth.
- Lepidosperma limicola N.A.Wakef.
- Lepidosperma lineare R.Br
- Lepidosperma longitudinale
Lepidosperma longitudinale is commonly known as the Pithy Sword-sedge or Pith Saw Sedge. It is an evergreen species of sedge that is native to swampy areas of most Australian states. It was described by French botanist Jacques Labillardière in 1805.L longitudinale is a clump forming perennial that...
Labill. Pithy Sword-sedge
- Lepidosperma neesii Kunth
- Lepidosperma oldfieldii Hook.f.
- Lepidosperma persecans S.T.Blake
- Lepidosperma pruinosum Kuk.
- Lepidosperma pubisquameum Steud.
- Lepidosperma quadrangulatum A.A.Ham.
- Lepidosperma resinosum (Lehm.) F.Muell.
- Lepidosperma rostratum S.T.Blake
- Lepidosperma rupestre Benth Kalbarri Lepidosperma
- Lepidosperma scabrum Nees
- Lepidosperma semiteres Boeck.
- Lepidosperma squamatum Labill.>
- Lepidosperma striatum R.Br.
- Lepidosperma tenue Benth.
- Lepidosperma tetraquetrum Nees
- Lepidosperma tortuosum F.Muell.)
- Lepidosperma tuberculatum Nees
- Lepidosperma urophorum
Lepidosperma urophorum, the Rapier Saw Sedge is a forest dwelling plant found in south eastern Australia. Often found on sandy soils near streams. It may grow to 1.5 metres high....
- Lepidosperma ustulatum Steud.
- Lepidosperma viscidum R.Br. Sticky Sword Sedge