|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1979|
|Authors:||Keighery, G. J.|
|Journal:||Kings Park Unpub. Report|
|Pagination:||7 p., maps|
|Keywords:||biology, ecology, phytogeography, Juncaginaceae, Triglochin, Western Australia|
The Juncaginaceae of Western Australia are annual or perennial herbs, occupying winter wet habitats throughout the State. All species are wind pollinated and self fertile. The highest species diversity in the Lower South Western Botanical Province, but more collecting is needed.