Triglochin


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Triglochin

genus of marsh plants in the family Juncaginaceae; can cause cyanide poisoning. Includes T. maritima, T. palustris. Called also seaside or marsh arrowgrass.
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Lastly, using the list on the Divisions of Nature Preserves, Indiana Department of Natural Resources website (2007), the status of several plants at the IMI wetland complex is as follows: Rare: Spiranthes lucida and Triglochin palustre; Watch List: Filipendula rubra, Hydrastis canadensis, and Selaginella apoda.
However, there are a few plants that occur only or primarily in these calcareous fens, including Juncus brachycephalus, Parnassia glauca, Rhynchospora capillacea, Selaginella apoda, Triglochin palustre, and Zizia aurea.
On the Murrumbidgee and the Lachlan, the middle and lower reaches of the Murray and its minor tributaries, the flood-plains provided sites where the species could thrive and, together with other aquatic plants, such as Triglochin procerum and Bolboschoenus medianus, it must have contributed significantly to the relatively high population density along those rivers.
For example, inflorescences of Triglochin (Juncaginaceac) and Potamogeton (Potamogetonaceae) are said to resemble individual flowers (Eames, 1961).
Plant communities Distichlis Triglochin Wet Triglochm Distichlis stricta 93 <1 0 Triglochin maritima 4 82 58 Puccinellia maritima <1 11 22 Salicornia rubra 3 5 2 Suaeda depressa <1 0 0 Ranunculus cymbalaria 0 1 14 Scirpus americanus 0 <1 3 Aster brachyactis 0 <1 <1 Aster pauciflorus 0 <1 <1 Juncus bufonius 0 0 <1 Plant communities Puccinellia Salicornia Distichlis stricta 0 0 Triglochin maritima 7 <1 Puccinellia maritima 64 1 Salicornia rubra 28 78 Suaeda depressa 0 21 Ranunculus cymbalaria 0 0 Scirpus americanus 0 0 Aster brachyactis 0 0 Aster pauciflorus 0 0 Juncus bufonius 0 0