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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

December 21, 2012

Description

SRK1146

Lake Tawakoni State Park

Collected with permit. Collected with Elizabeth Rosenauer (before she became my wife!)

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

February 26, 2012

Description

SRK649

Population next to large rocks. 15 - 30 cm tall.

North Weatherford Lake.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

February 18, 2012

Description

SRK620

Uncommon in field; small inconspicuous light blue blooms; 20 cm tall.

Texas Tech Field Station. Near Llano River. Rocky area with underlying sand; dominant species: Baccharis neglecta, Plantanus sp, and Verbascum thapsus.

Collected at 2012 Texas Society of Mammalogists conference in Junction, TX. Collected with Caleb Philips and Russell Pfau.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

savvy

Date

December 6, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

January 29, 2012

Description

SRK551

Population next to large rocks; 15 to 30 cm tall.

Weatherford Lake.

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

sambiology

Date

December 25, 2011

Description

SRK543

Population next to large rocks; 15 - 30 cm tall.

Weatherford Lake

Photos / Sounds

Observer

savvy

Date

December 6, 2014

Photos / Sounds

What

Sharp Spike Sedge Eleocharis acuta

Observer

david_lyttle

Date

November 17, 2014

Description

Eleocharis acuta Growing in damp turf on margin of seasonal pond

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

November 5, 2012

Description

SRK1111

Weatherford Lake.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

November 5, 2012

Description

SRK1110

Weatherford Lake.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

November 5, 2012

Description

SRK1109

Weatherford Lake

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sambiology

Date

October 10, 2012

Description

SRK1091

Abundant along edge of water.

Kelly Park off Isbell Road.

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Description from Wikipedia

Eleocharis is a genus of 250 or more species of flowering plants in the sedge family, Cyperaceae. The name is derived from the Greek words ἕλειος (heleios), meaning "marsh dweller," and χάρις (charis), meaning "grace." Members of the genus are known commonly as spikerushes, although spikesedges is a more technically appropriate name and most scientists who study them in earnest refer to them as such. The genus has a geographically cosmopolitan distribution, with centers of diversity...

No range data available.