Bolboschoenus maritimus var. paludsus
Range: Common south from about 53 N and has been reported from SE Alaska.
Description: Stems aresing from tubers, 20-150 cm tall, Several to many spikelets aggregated in at head-like cluster cardled by 1-4 long, leaf-like bracts.
Ecology: Marshes, shores, wet meadows, shallow water, in both frst and brackish to saline conditions.
- Pojar, J. and A. MacKinnon. 1994. Plants of coastal British Columbia: including Washington, Oregon & Alaska. Lone Pine Publishing. Vancouver. 528 p.
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