Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary
Lat/Lng: -34.398343333333, 19.517495
So the big question is what pollinates this sedge? It surely can't be relying on wind with its flowers tucked down, almost hidden, at the base of the leaves.
Lat/Lng: -29.68106, 30.004
Lat/Lng: -28.319, 23.0958
On banks of ephemeral stream. On exposed dolomite pockets with shallow soil. Leaves narrow and channeled. Culm long rounded with single groove.
Lat/Lng: -34.4, 19.2
to 1.6m; spikelets 25-30mm; large clumps in seepage area on loamy sands; threatened by development
Lat/Lng: -31.6062, 28.756
Walter Sisulu University campus, open weedy wet grassveld
Erect herb c. 30 cm high, common
Walter Sisulu University campus, open weedy grassveld
Small erect herb 10-15 cm high, common in wet ground.
Lat/Lng: -33.9571029, 19.5354187
caespitose, to 40cm, on shallow soils over sandstone; uncommon
Lat/Lng: -33.9655, 19.5243
2m tall restio with characteristic square stems, in wet areas along stream, common; veld 6 yrs old
one of only two restios with square stems, and the only montane one
to 1.6m tall, female spikelets 25-30mm long; common along perennial river; veld 6yrs old; culms flattened
Lat/Lng: -33.96408, 19.52436
stoloniferous; common in marshy areas on east slope; to 40cm; culms strongly striate and grooved; seemingly the first record for this range, but sp is otherwise widespread
Lat/Lng: -31.6147, 29.54516
Lat/Lng: -28.6379, 28.9553
Moist flats and stream banks. Tall, robust up to 2.5m high. Panacles narrow, plume-like and brown ( or grey ). Leaves broad, flat, hairy or glabrous with thick white midrib.
Lat/Lng: -28.22877, 32.3992
Lat/Lng: -32.516, 23.6
Lat/Lng: -29.2733333, 28.72931
looks much tougher than Elionurus muticus?
Lat/Lng: -31.392319138889, 19.134520277778
Hamtam National Botanical Garden
Lat/Lng: -31.4044492, 19.143517919989
Lat/Lng: -31.37138598, 19.024691219997
Lat/Lng: -31.788690309994, 18.906488429966
Lat/Lng: -17.942, 24.708
Woodland near Ngoma Safari Lodge
Lat/Lng: -34.05223, 22.23621
In the supratidal zone
Lat/Lng: -34.0548, 22.2323
On the terrestrial edge of the salt marsh
Lat/Lng: -31.78176035001, 18.89381714001
Lat/Lng: -31.781352690139, 18.891876799946
Lat/Lng: -31.781686410003, 18.8907248
Lat/Lng: -25.8824, 28.6812
Lat/Lng: -26.1927, 28.2951
Conservation area within urban area. Wetland surrounded by grassland
Very short (0.1m) tufted sedge, sharply triangular stems. Unusual toothed spikelets. Growing in short grass in damp area (area burnt in winter). Final picture is flower head of a mature specimen.