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1. The Plants Database includes the following 22 species of Scirpus

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2. Schoenoplectus subulatus bulrush Scirpus ancistrochaetus barbedbristle bulrush

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3. Scirpus cyperinus, commonly called woolgrass, is a grass-like, rhizomatous, emergent aquatic perennial of the sedge family that grows in dense slowly-spreading tussocks of arching basal green leaves with upright flowering stems (culms) rising to 3-5’ tall.

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4. Scirpus atrovirens, known as common bulrush, is a grass-like, rhizomatous marginal aquatic perennial that is native to moist meadows, bogs, stream/river/lake margins, sloughs, roadside ditches and wet depressions in Eastern and Central North America

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5. Scirpus atrovirens: leaves 6–11 on each stem, floral scales green-brown or brown to black, elliptic to broad- elliptic, and achenes 0.4-0.6 mm wide (vs

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6. Scirpus validus is an obligate wetland plant for inland shallow waters, non-tidal marshes, and wildlife. It is an upright, spreading marsh grass with large triangular dark green stems with brownish inflorescences hanging pendulously from spring to fall

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7. Scirpus microcarpus is a species of shores, marshes, swales, ditches and other open wet places mostly in the notheastern quadrant of Minnesota, with scattered populations farther west and south. While traveling through northern Itasca and Cass counties, there was hardly a wet ditch we passed by that didn't have it growing in abundance.

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8. Definition of Scirpus : a large genus of widely distributed annual or perennial sedges (family Cyperaceae) that bear solitary or much-clustered spikelets containing perfect flowers with a perianth of six bristles — see bulrush, tule

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9. Scirpus pendulus is an uncommon wetland species found in wet ditches, meadows, and along swamp margins. Minnesota is on the fringe of its range, which extends from Nebraska to New England with scattered populations farther west, and there are only a …

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10. Dark Green Bulrush Scirpus atrovirens Sedge family (Cyperaceae) Description: This perennial plant is about 2½–4' tall, unbranched, and more or less erect

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11. The inflorescence in Scirpus is a large compound cyme of 50–500 spikelets per inflorescence

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12. Various reed stands, typically rushes (Scirpus lacustris), are well developed in the French sector

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13. Scirpus cernuus (Low Bulrush) - A very attractive evergreen grass-like sedge relative that grows as a 12 to 18 inch wide tuft to 8 inches tall with bright green narrow thread-like leaves that arch over gracefully and are tipped with pale brown bracts and flowers in summer.

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14. Scirpus hattorianus is an occasional species of shores, ditches, marshes, depressions in forest openings and meadows, often in somewhat disturbed soils and sometimes where it may only be seasonally wet

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15. Hardstem Bulrush (Scirpus acutus) Hardstem bulrush is a perennial, heavily rhizomatous wetland plant that is found at low to mid elevations (generally below 7500 ft) in marshes and along lake, reservoir, and pond shorelines

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16. Scirpus zebrinus is actually a cultivated subspecies of the naturally occurring species known as Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (sheen-oh-pleck-tus tab-err-nay-mont-ayn-ee-i – that one took us about 2 weeks in the field to properly identify and pronounce!), or softstem bulrush

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17. Scirpus californicus is occasionally found growing in ponds, marshes and streams from the northern counties south to the central peninsula (Wunderlin, 2003)

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18. Great Bulrush is a member of the Cyperaceae family which includes the genera Carex, Eleocharis and Scirpus.It is also commonly called Softstem Bulrush, and botanically, Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani.A classic wetland plant, large colonies can be seen in wet environments and even in shallow standing water.

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19. Schoenoplectus acutus (Scirpus acutus, Schoenoplectus lacustris, Scirpus lacustris subsp

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20. Rufous Bulrush, also known as Scirpus lineatus, Pendulous Bulrush or Nodding Bulrush, closely resembles Wool Grass (Scirpus cyperinus) but may be distinguised by brighter yellow-green stems and leaves.It has a greenish-brown inflorescence that develops mid-summer and turns reddish by fall

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21. Scirpus hybrids are usually sterile, or at least show greatly reduced fertility

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22. Scirpus polyphyllus Vahl - leafy bulrush SCPO2

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23. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Scirpus cyperinus is a rhizomatous perennial that grows in dense tussocks of arching basal leaves


24. The Plant List includes 1,405 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus Scirpus.Of these 67 are accepted species names

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25. The Plant List includes a further 434 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus Scirpus.We do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank

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26. Syn: Scirpus validus, softstem bulrush: Family: Cyperaceae: Hardstem and softstem bulrushes are tall, stout, perennial plants with round, olive green stems, drooping brown flower clusters near the stem tips, and a few inconspicuous leaves at the stem bases

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27. Scirpus, a horrible mole and creator of the Word cult; or back then, Scirpusans

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28. Scirpus microcarpus small fruited bulrush Habit: stems are triangular in cross-section

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29. Scirpus synonyms, Scirpus pronunciation, Scirpus translation, English dictionary definition of Scirpus

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30. Scirpus - rhizomatous perennial grasslike herbs genus Scirpus liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon

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31. Scirpus microcarpus – panicled bulrush, small fruited bulrush Distribution: Widely distributed on both sides of the Cascades crest in Washington; British Columbia to California, east in Canada and northern United States to New England

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32. How to say Scirpus in English? Pronunciation of Scirpus with 1 audio pronunciation, 4 synonyms, 1 translation and more for Scirpus.

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33. Geographic subdivisions for Scirpus pendulus: n CaRH (near Yreka) MAP CONTROLS 1

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34. Scirpus in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families

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35. Scirpus cyperinus (Linnaeus) Kunth, var

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36. Andrewsii Scirpus cyperinus (Linnaeus) Kunth, var

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37. Scirpus eriophorum Michaux, var

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Scirpus mean?

Definition of Scirpus : a large genus of widely distributed annual or perennial sedges (family Cyperaceae) that bear solitary or much-clustered spikelets containing perfect flowers with a perianth of six bristles — see bulrush, tule

Is a Scirpus a perennial?

Scirpus are rhizomatous perennial herbs, with 3-angled stems and flat grass-like leaves. The flowers are in clusters of small spikelets, often brown or greenish brown. Some species (e.g. S. lacustris) can reach a height of 3 m, while S. sylvaticus is about 1.2 m and others, such as S. supinus, are much smaller, only reaching 20–30 cm tall.

What does scrpus mean?

Scirpus is a genus of aquatic, grass-like species in the family Cyperaceae (the sedges), many with the common names club-rush or bulrush (see also bulrush for other plant genera so-named). Other common names are deergrass or grassweed. They have grass-like leaves, and clusters of small spikelets, often brown.

How do Scirpus survive?

It can survive unfavourable conditions like prolonged flooding, or drought, as buried seeds Scirpus species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species, including Chedra microstigma and Scirpophaga nivella. (This list is incomplete, and may include some species now assigned to other genera.)

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