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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CyperaceaeIsolepis carinataKeeled BulrushMoist soils adjacent to granitic flatrocks, seepage areas, ephemeral pools, moist sandy sites, low fields, ditches.Se. VA, c. NC, KY, s. IL, MO, and se. KS south to Panhandle FL and c. TX; also in CA.image of plant
CyperaceaeIsolepis cernua var. cernuaMoist sandy soils.Nearly worldwide in distribution (New World and Old World, and southern and northern hemispheres, but largely absent from the tropics). In North America, known from se. TX; Pacific coast of North America. The populations in TX were only relatively recently discovered (1974); it is uncertain if the species is native or introduced in the state, but given the wide distribution and weedy nature of the species, it is plausible that they are native but previously overlooked.image of plant
CyperaceaeIsolepis hystrixBottle-brush BulrushChrome ore piles, a waif.Native of s. Africa.image of plant
CyperaceaeIsolepis pseudosetaceaAltamaha grit outcrops, moist soils.E. GA (Carter, Baker, & Morris 2009) west to sw. MO, AR, and c. TX. Reported for MS (J.R. Rigby, pers. comm., 2018).
CyperaceaeIsolepis setaceaOn waste and ballast at Camden, NJ and Philadelphia, PA in the 1800s, presumably merely a waif.Native of Eurasia and Africa.image of plant