Scirpus cyperinus


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Synonyms for Scirpus cyperinus

sedge of eastern North America having numerous clustered woolly spikelets

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Species % Cover % Phalaris arundinacea 76 28.98 12.67 Persicaria coccinea 100 23.24 16.67 Bidens cernuua 80 16.12 13.33 Calamagrostis canadensis 88 14.38 14.67 Bidens connata 52 5.62 8.67 Eleocharis palustris 68 0.84 11.33 Scirpus cyperinus 24 3.54 4.00 Persicaria punctata 24 0.22 4.00 Eupatorium serotinum 24 0.12 4.00 Quercus palustris 20 0.30 3.33 Bidens frondosa 12 0.36 2.00 Schoenoplectus heterochaetus 12 0.26 2.00 Erechtites hieracifolia 8 0.14 1.33 Bidens coronata 4 0.60 0.67 Leersia oryzoides 4 0.12 0.67 Acer saccharinum 4 0.02 0.67 Totals 65.46 100.00 Bare ground and litter 15.36 Rel.
Kellogg and others (2003) also found Leersia oryzoides and Scirpus cyperinus were abundant and characteristic of early successional wetlands.
Echinocystis lobata (Michx.) Torr & Gray FAC Yes Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth FACW+ Yes Onoclea sensibilis L.
Beauv.), woolgrass (Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth), bristly dewberry (Rubus hispidus L.), and starflower (Trientalis borealis Raf.) were the most common herbaceous plants.
augustifolia, Scirpus cyperinus, Schoenoplectus validus, Schoenoplectus acutus, various Carex and Juncus species, Bidens cernua, Altissima plantago-aquatica, Leersia oryzoides and Phalaris arundinacea.
Then we sowed the following native species into the plots (~seeds/[m.sup.2]) according to recommended seeding rates for restoration: Andropogon gerardii (60), Asclepias incarnata (15), Aster novae-angliae (35), Calamagrostis canadensis (56), Carex vulpinoidea (42), Elymus virginicus (71), Helenium autumnale (33), Panicum virgatum (41), Senna hebecarpa (7), Scirpus atrovirens (49), Scirpus cyperinus (109) and Verbena hastata (33).
-- P -- Saggitaria latifolia -- -- 4, 0.04, <1 Salixcandida -- -- -- Salix pedicellaris -- 7, 0.72, 1 4, 0.04, <1 Salix serrissima -- 7, 0.38, 1 -- Sarracenia purpurea -- -- 18, 1.7, 3 Scirpus acutus 7, 1, 2 34, 19, 17 74, 19.5, 20 Scirpus americanus 3, 0.33, 1 -- -- Scirpus cyperinus -- -- -- Selaginella sp.
magellanicum, Chamaedaphne calyculata, Scirpus cyperinus, Rubus hispidus, Vaccinium corymbosum, Aronia melanocarpa and Cephalanthus occidentalis.
First, low-lying areas typically had small, shallow ponds dominated by cattails (Typha sp.), bulrush (Scirpus cyperinus) and rushes (Juncus sp.).
The third plot has excellent cover of Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium serotinum), bullrush (Scirpus cyperinus) and spikerush (Eleocharis sp.).