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Eriocaulon
Eriocaulon


aquaticum

Location: Eastern USA


Src: Earth Tone Natives


capillus



compressum

Location: Eastern USA


cuspidatum

One of the largest Erios Iíve kept. Larger and more buoyant than compressum. Pebbles are needed to keep them in the substrate after splitting. Appears to be annual. Grows vigorously for a few months and then puts out 2 foot long flowers...and the plants gradually fade away. Flowers are so buoyant that if you cut one underwater, itíll shoot out and hit your face! - Vin Kutty









parkeri

Location: Eastern USA











Leach_2017.pdf
References: Leach 2017 - A revision of Australian Eriocaulon (Eriocaulaceae)by Gregory J. Leach Journal of Plant Systematics Volume 20: 205Ė259 Publication date: 13 September 2017 dx.doi.org/10.7751/telopea11531






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