Sedges and Rushes

Gahnia clarkei aka Razor Grass, is clearly the most abundant sedge in this area, but in some parts others become dominant.
For example in one gently sloping grassland Lepyrodia scariosa is completely dominant.

Some sedges e.g. Juncus holoschoenus likes to be wet but Carex fascicularis seems just as happy wet as dry, while Lepidosperma laterale grows in a place hardly ever inundated by water.
There is a large amount of the exotic sedge Cyperus eragrostis but to date we have not attempted to start removing it.

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