Isolepis cernua

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Isolepis cernua


Taxonavigation: Poales 
Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Monocots
Cladus: Commelinids
Ordo: Poales

Familia: Cyperaceae
Subfamilia: Cyperoideae
Tribus: Cypereae
Genus: Isolepis
Species: Isolepis cernua
Varietates: I. c. var. andina – I. c. var. cernua – I. c. var. meruensis – I. c. var. platycarpa – I. c. var. setiformis


Isolepis cernua (Vahl) Roem. & Schult., Syst. Veg., ed. 15 bis 2: 106 (1817).


  • Basionym
    • Scirpus cernuus Vahl, Enum. Pl. Obs. 2: 245 (1805).
  • Homotypic
    • Eleogiton cernua (Vahl) A.Dietr., Sp. Pl. 2: 96 (1833).
    • Schoenoplectus cernuus (Vahl) Hayek, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 30(3): 153 (1932).


Native distribution areas:
  • Continental: Temp. to Andes
    • Albania; Algeria; Antipodean Is.; Argentina Northeast; Argentina Northwest; Argentina South; Azores; Baleares; Bolivia; Brazil South; British Columbia; California; Canary Is.; Cape Provinces; Cape Verde; Chatham Is.; Chile Central; Chile North; Chile South; Corse; Cyprus; East Aegean Is.; Ecuador; Ethiopia; Falkland Is.; France; Free State; Great Britain; Greece; Illinois; Ireland; Italy; Juan Fernandez Is.; Kermadec Is.; Kriti; KwaZulu-Natal; Lebanon-Syria; Lesotho; Libya; Madeira; Mexico Northwest; Morocco; New South Wales; New Zealand North; New Zealand South; Norfolk Is.; Northern Provinces; Oregon; Palestine; Peru; Portugal; Queensland; Sardegna; Sicilia; South Australia; Spain; St.Helena; Tanzania; Tasmania; Texas; Tristan da Cunha; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkey-in-Europe; Uruguay; Victoria; Washington; Western Australia; Yugoslavia; Zimbabwe

References: Brummitt, R.K. 2001. TDWG – World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions, 2nd Edition


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Vernacular names[edit]

English: low bulrush, Slender Club-rush
français: Scirpe Incliné
polski: Sitniczka zwisła
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