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Cyperaceae.

Kyllinga brevifolia Rottb. Abundant in damp lowlands. Has spread rapidly.

Cyperus tenellus Linn. f. Abundant throughout.

" vegetus Willd. In damp lowlands; abundant.

Mariscus ustulatus C. B. Clarke. Abundant in lowlands.

Eleocharis sphacelata R. Br. Swamp; common.

Eleocharis neo-zealandica C. B. Clarke. Damp sandy places near the sea; not uncommon.

Eleocharis acuta R. Br. In wet places; abundant.

" Cunninghamii Boeck. In wet places; abundant.

Scirpus lenticularis Poir. Submerged in Lake Tangonge, Kaitaia.

" cernus Vahl. Maritime form abundant; inland form not common.

Scirpus inundatus Poir. vars. major and gracillima. Both abundant in wet places.

Scirpus nodosus Rottb. Sand-dunes; abundant.

" frondosus Banks & Sol. Sand-dunes; abundant.

" lacustris Linn. Margins of streams and lake; abundant.

" maritimus Linn. var fluviatilis. Tidal creeks; common.

Schoenus brevifolius R. Br. Moorlands; common.

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Schoenus Tendo Banks & Sol. Moorlands; common.

" axillaris Poir. Swampy places; common.

" apogon Roem. & Schult. Mangonui. T. F. C.

Cladium Sinclairii Hook. f. Sea-cliffs and banks; common.

" articulatum R. Br. Swamps; common.

" glomeratum R. Br. Damp places on moorlands; common.

" teretifolium R. Br. Moorlands; abundant.

" Gunnii Hook. f. Moorlands and open woods; not uncommon.

Cladium junceum R. Br. Brackish-water marshes, abundant; wet moorlands near Kaitaia, common.

Cladium capillaceum C. B. Clarke. Moorlands; not uncommon.

Lepidosperma laterale R. Br. Moorlands; common.

Lepidosperma filiforme Labill. Moorlands, Peria. So far the only known habitat in New Zealand.

Gahnia setifolia Hook. f. Abundant throughout.

" pauciflora T. Kirk. In hilly forests; abundant.

" xanthocarpa Hook. f. In hilly forests; common.

" lacera Steud. In hilly forests; common.

" Gaudichaudii Steud. On dry banks; common.

Uncinia caespitosa Boott. In hilly forests; common.

" australis Pers. Abundant.

Uncinia sp. pps. intermediate between U. australis and U. riparia. In several places, but not common.

Uncinia leptostachya Raoul. Mangonui. T. F. C.

" riparia R. Br. var. Banksii C. B. Clarke. Plentiful.

Carex virgata Sol. Common in swampy places.

" secta Boott. Common in swampy places.

" inversa R. Br. Fairburn; not common.

" subdola Boott. Lowland swamps; common.

" ternaria Forst. Abundant.

" dipsacea Bergg. Flat Bush; rare.

" testacea Sol. On the coast; common.

" lucida Boott. Abundant.

" comans Bergg. On the coast; not common.

" dissita Sol. Typical form; abundant.

" " var. Lambertiana Cheesem. Common.

" " var. ochrosaccus Cheesem. Abundant.

" Solandri Boott. Ahipara and Mangonui. T. F. C.

" breviculmis R. Br. Plentiful on moorlands.

" pumila Thunb. Plentiful on sand-dunes.

" Brownii Tuckerm. Near Lake Tangonge; rare.

" pseudo-cyperus Linn. Abundant in lowlands.

" " var. fascicularis. Common.