|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1975|
|Authors:||Keighery, G. J.|
|Journal:||Western Australian Naturalist|
|Keywords:||Australia, Western Australia, Juncaginaceae, Triglochin, breeding systems|
Seventeen populations, comprising 10 taxa, of the genus Triglochin were analysed for types of breeding system. In all cases the taxa were found to be wind pollinated, self compatible and capable of self pollination. Seeds were dispersed by water for the perennial species, but no special means of dispersal were found in the small annuals.