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Bolboschoenus fluviatus

Marsh clubrush,kukuraho

Bolboschoenus fluviatus is a perennial forming clump 1.5 -2m tall when in flower, dying down in the Winter.

It has creeping rhizomes.

It is found on margins of rivers and estuaries and in drains and swamps, mainly coastal.
  • Used for wetland revegetation projects
  • Hardy
Associated plants found with Bolboschoenus fluviatus in Auckland are Taupo orientalis raupo, and Apodasmia similis oioi

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