Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary
Lat/Lng: -28.3308, 32.3886
Lat/Lng: -26.191777, 32.005062
Along permanent river, savanna/woodland
Lat/Lng: -34.306018805556, 18.405643444444
Right on the beach next to a shallow brine pan
Lat/Lng: -25.751211666667, 28.001245
Lat/Lng: -27.5287, 32.6446
Lat/Lng: -26.942, 32.826
It has a smooth and leafless culm, slightly triangular and slightly twisted; have seen it growing at least until 150 cm, it is robust.
I've seen it on peatlands in northern KZN. Seems to be quite common.
Has anyone an idea, what species it could be?
Lat/Lng: -27.54642, 32.67316
In disturbed sites. Inflorescence colour ranges from white to russet
Lat/Lng: -27.544744, 32.675247
Fine leaves. Often in disturbed sites. Forms lawns
Lat/Lng: -27.5895, 32.6364
Long ligule, Keeled leaf, Leaf rigid, Digitate inflorescence. Tufted plant - up to 1.4 m
In open grassland. Tufted - height about 1 m. Characteristic blue-green colour. Prominent light mid-rib. Narrow leaf base widening after the ligule. Forked inflorescence
Lat/Lng: -33.9911, 18.7268
This one seemed quite dead, the only big one in the area, some small ones might still come up, but wasn't visible.
Lat/Lng: -34.3924, 20.83549
Strandveld area rehabilitating nicely after Rooikrans clearing
Lat/Lng: -26.159, 29.723
Sedge. Permanent river. Savanna/woodland.
Lat/Lng: -33.9462338, 22.4633994
The seed head seem to absorb water. An aid to seed dispersal?
Flower shown, no leaves, just the stem.
Lat/Lng: -26.21857, 32.001648
Lat/Lng: -25.31411, 30.11676
Lat/Lng: -26.180156, 31.998271
Lat/Lng: -25.29159, 30.157303333333
Lat/Lng: -26.0539082, 28.3037826
Lat/Lng: -26.23511, 31.178336
Sedge. Kiaat woodland/sourveld grassland.
Lat/Lng: -28.68166, 28.92172
Lat/Lng: -27.346, 27.9194
Lat/Lng: -33.917136111111, 24.197863861111
Lat/Lng: -33.917058333333, 24.197958305556
Lat/Lng: -33.917733333333, 24.197669444444