Occurrence record: NSW928092

Preserved specimen of Maundia triglochinoides F.Muell. recorded on 2014-01-07


Data partner Australia's Virtual Herbarium
Data resource NSW AVH feed
Institution code The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust
Supplied institution code "NSW"
Collection National Herbarium of New South Wales
Supplied collection code "NSW"
Catalog number NSW928092
Other catalog numbers NSW981809
Occurrence ID NSW:NSW:NSW928092
Record type Preserved specimen
Supplied basis "PreservedSpecimen"
Preparations spirit
Identified by Briggs, B.G.
Identified date 2014-01-07
Collector Briggs, B.G.
Record number 10171
Reproductive condition fertile
Establishment means NATIVE
Supplied as native
Presence/Absence PRESENT
Supplied as present
Information withheld Potentially sensitive (Listed in conservation act): locality and coordinates withheld
Disposition in collection
Occurrence remarks Plants with 1 or less commonly 2 flowering stems. Often with fibrous masses from previous growth below or beside plant base. Whole of the fibrous sheath around leaf bases is below soil level. Base of leaves dark red-purple. Young inflorescences pale orange-pink. Fruits fall intact, then split into segments. Fruits float when placed in water. Rhizomes connecting plants not noticed; most plants with several or many tubers.
Date identified 2014-01-07


Occurrence date 2014-01-07
Date precision DAY


Higher classification F.Muell.
Scientific name Maundia triglochinoides
Supplied scientific name "Maundia triglochinoides F.Muell."
Identified to rank species
Kingdom Plantae
Phylum Charophyta
Class Equisetopsida
Order Alismatales
Family Juncaginaceae
Supplied as "Maundiaceae"
Genus Maundia
Species Maundia triglochinoides
Name match metric exactMatch
Scientific name authorship F.Muell.
Name parse type SCIENTIFIC
Nomenclatural code ICN
Verbatim taxon rank species


Country Australia
State or Territory New South Wales
Supplied as "Depression in wetland, surrounded by Melaleuca ericifolia woodland; locally common with Ranunculus inundatus, Philydrum lanuginosum and Polygonum. Absent from surrounding drier parts of wetland. Rooted in dense dark grey mud below an upper soil layer that is peaty with plant fragments."
Terrestrial false
Marine false
Country Code AU

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