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   Съвместимост на атерини с други видове риби
   Интервю на Чарли Граймс в ефир (англииски)
   Видове атерини
   История на атерините

Хранене
   Хирономус
   Приложими фирмени храни

Грижи
   Създаване на биотопен аквариум
   Основни положения

Размножаване
   Размножаване

Болести
   Микобактериоза
   Болести
   Предпазване от Болести
   Изчисления за медикаменти за аквариуми
   Отговор на болестите
   Справяне с болестта

Хибридизация
   Хибридизация при Атерините

Снимки на биотопи
   Orara river
   Blackwater creek
   Kangaroo creek
   Brisbane creek
   Deepwater creek
   Searus creek
   Snapper creek
   Ithaca creek
   Booloumba creek
   Amamoor creek
   Clyde river
   Darwin river
   Drysdale river
    Езерото Сентани - Папуа, Нова Гвинея
    Езерата Паниай, Западна Нова Гвинея

Австралииски биотопни растения
   Австралииски биотопни растения от А до М
   Австралииски биотопни растения от N до Z

Хейко Блехер
   Хейко Блехер или Живот под и над водата

Адриян Тапин
   Адриян Тапин-един пример за подражание

Полуостров Кеип Йорк-Австралия
   Полуостров Кейп Йорк,Австралия.Описание, видове Атерини и растения

Аквариумен софтуеър
   Тест за познанията ви за растенията - на англииски е
    Още един аквариумен калкулатор
    Малка програма за изчисляване на обема и триизмерна визия
   Скрийн сейвър-Dream Aquarium
   Аквариумен калкулатор

Австралииски биотопни растения от А до М

Списък на биотопните растения в Австралия

 

 

От А до М

Acaena novae-zelandiae - Bidgee-widgee [swamp and lake wetlands]
Achyranthes aspera - Chaff flower [along rivers and creeks]
Acmella grandiflora var. grandiflora [Grows in swamps and wet areas]
Acmella grandiflora var. brachyglossa [swamps and wet areas]
Acrostichum speciosum - Mangrove Fern [mangroves, swamps]
Actinoscirpus grossus - Greater Club Rush [Found in swampy or flooded localities, billabongs]
Adriana urticoides (Adriana tomentosa) – Hairy Adriana [sand dunes, floodplains, watercourses, gorges, roadsides]
Adriana urticoides var. hookeri - Eastern bitter-bush [floodplains, creek banks, melaleuca swamps]
Adriana urticoides var. urticoides [floodplains, watercourses]
Aldrovanda vesiculosa - Waterwheel Plant [shallow freshwater billabongs]
Alisma plantago-aquatica – Great Water Plantain [creeks and swamps in water to 50 cm deep. Also in drying mud]
Alternanthera angustifolia - Narrowleaf Joyweed [creek and river banks]
Alternanthera angustifolia var. lanata [Creek and river banks]
Alternanthera denticulata - Lesser Joyweed [seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands] 
Alternanthera ficoidea – Slender Joyweed
Alternanthera micrantha - Joyweed
Alternanthera nana - Hairy Joyweed [creek beds, river plains]
Alternanthera nodiflora - Common Joyweed [creek beds, river plains]
Alternanthera philoxeroides - Alligator Weed* [forms dense floating or rooted mats in aquatic and seasonally inundated land]
Alternanthera pungens - Khaki Weed [creek banks, drainage channels]
Alternanthera sessilis - Sessile Joyweed [swamps and pond margins]
Ammannia auriculata [swampy margins of streams]
Ammannia baccifera - Monarch Redstem [creeks and rivers banks, seasonally wet depressions, mud flats]
Ammannia multiflora - Jerry-jerry [along watercourses, lakes]
Ammannia pubiflora (Nesaea lanceolata var. pubiflora)
Ampelopteris prolifera - Fern [near water or in wet ground]
Amphibromus aff. nervosus - swamp wallaby-grass [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Amphibromus archeri - Pointed swamp wallaby-grass [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Amphibromus fluitans - River swamp wallaby-grass [seasonal and swamp wetlands] 
Amphibromus macrorhinus - Long-nose swamp wallaby-grass [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Amphibromus neesii - Southern Swamp Wallaby-grass [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Amphibromus nervosus - Veined Swamp Wallaby-grass [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Amphibromus pithogastrus - Swollen swamp wallaby-grass [ephemeral wetlands]
Amphibromus recurvatus - Dark swamp wallaby-grass [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Amphibromus sinuatus - Wavy Swamp Wallaby-grass [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Alocasia brisbanensis - Spoon Lily [along watercourses, moist areas]
Aphelia pumilio - Dwarf Aphelia [seasonal wetlands]
Apium annuum - Annual celery [seasonally wet flats, saline lake flats]
Apium prostratum - Sea Celery [flooded sites, creeklines, swamps, marshes]
Aponogeton bullosus - Lace Plant
Aponogeton cuneatus [submersed perennial aquatic]
Aponogeton elongatus subsp. elongatus [freshwater rivers, streams, floodplain billabongs]
Aponogeton euryspermus [freshwater ponds, streams, rivers and lagoons] 
Aponogeton kimberleyensis [permanent running streams] 
Aponogeton lancesmithii
Aponogeton queenslandicus – Queensland Laceplant [freshwater ponds, streams, rivers and lagoons] 
Aponogeton tofus [submersed perennial aquatic]
Aponogeton vanbruggenii [freshwater ponds, streams, rivers and lagoons] 
Arthropodium minus - Vanilla-lily [ephemeral wetlands]
Arthrostylis aphylla - Sedge
Arundinella nepalensis - Reedgrass [creek edges, river banks and beds]
Arundo donax* - Giant Reed [along watercourses, moist areas]
Asperula aff. conferta - Woodruff [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Astonia australiensis [Grows in shallow freshwater lagoons and waterholes]
Austrofestuca eriopoda - Lanky fescue [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Austrofestuca hookeriana - Hooker fescue [swamp and lake wetlands]
Austrostipa stipoides - Prickly spear-grass [instream wetlands] 
Azolla filiculoides - Pacific Azolla [permanent instream freshwater wetlands] 
Azolla filiculoides var. rubra – Red Azolla [permanent instream freshwater wetlands] 
Azolla pinnata - Ferny Azolla [permanent instream freshwater wetlands] 
 
 
Bacopa floribunda [edges of watercourses, swamps, seepages, inundated depressions]
Bacopa monnieri - Monier's Bacopa [edges of watercourses, swamps, seepages, inundated depressions] 
Baloskion pallens - Cord Rush [swampy places]
Baloskion tenuiculme - Cord Rush [wet or damp sandy peat]
Baloskion tetraphyllum - Tassel Cord Rush [Grows in swamps and on river banks]
Basilicum polystachyon [river and creek banks, swampy areas]
Baumea acuta - Pale twig-sedge [seasonal wetlands]
Baumea arthrophylla - Jointed Twig-sedge [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Baumea articulata - Jointed Twig-sedge [seasonal swamps, borders of lakes]
Baumea gunnii - Slender Twig-sedge [swamps and by watercourses]
Baumea juncea - Bare Twig-rush [mostly brackish or saline swamps]
Baumea muelleri - Spike Rush [freshwater wetlands]
Baumea nuda [Grows in swamps or along streams]
Baumea planifolia - Rough Twig-sedge [Grows in swamps and streams] 
Baumea rubiginosa - Soft Twig-rush [freshwater streams, swamps, wetlands]
Baumea teretifolia - Wrinkle Nut Twig Rush [freshwater wetlands]
Baumea tetragona - Square Twig-sedge [along streams and in swamps]
Berula erecta - Narrowleaf Water Parsnip [Grows in swamp areas and shallow water lakes]
Bergia ammannioides - Jerry Water-fire [Grows on clay pans and shallow inland lakes]
Bergia diacheiron - Waterwort [wetlands]
Bergia pedicellaris - Waterwort [Along watercourses]
Bergia trimera - Waterwort [Damp areas, claypans, watercourses]
Berula erecta* - Narrowleaf Water Parsnip [freshwater lake edges]
Blechnum indicum - Swamp Water Fern [inundated boggy soils and freshwater wetlands]
Blechnum minus - Soft Water Fern [variety of habitats in open forest, along creeks]
Blechnum nudum - Fishbone Water Fern [along creek banks]
Blechnum orientale [near creeks, in moist vine thickets, on rock ledges of waterfalls] 
Blechnum patersonii - Strap Water Fern
Blechnum wattsii (Blechnum procerum) - Hard water-fern [in rainforest and along creeks]
Blumea axillaris (Blumea mollis) [Creeks banks] 
Blumea tenella [river floodplains, near creeks or swamps, gorges]
Blyxa aubertii [freshwater pools]
Blyxa aubertii var. aubertii - Roundfruit Blyxa [freshwater pools]
Blyxa aubertii var. echinosperma [still or slow-moving fresh waters]
Blyxa aubertii var. indeterminate 
Blyxa octandra [freshwater watercourses]
Bolbitis quoyana – Aquatic Fern
Bolbitis taylori - Aquatic Fern
Bolboschoenus caldwellii - Caldwell’s Club-rush [seasonal, instream and swamps wetlands] 
Bolboschoenus fluviatilis - Marsh Club-rush [freshwater wetlands and river banks] 
Bolboschoenus medianus - River Club-rush [instream and swamp wetlands] 
Brachiaria mutica* = Urochloa mutica - Para Grass
Brachyachne tenella - Slender Native Couch [shallow water, herbaceous swamp]
Brachyscome basaltica var. gracilis - Swamp daisy [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Brachyscome cardiocarpa - Hinge-fruit daisy [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Brachyscome chrysoglossa - Yellow-tongue daisy [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Brachyscome dentata - Lobe-seed daisy [seasonal wetlands]
Brachyscome graminea - Grass daisy [seasonal wetlands]
Brachyscome muelleroides - Mueller daisy [grows in damp areas, on margins of claypans]
Brachyscome radicans - Snow Daisy [grows on swampy ground; higher altitudes]
Bracteantha ssp. nov. aff. subundulata - Swamp everlasting [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Brasenia schreberi – Watershield [shallow freshwater lagoons or backwaters]
Bulbostylis barbata - Marsh Club-rush [margins of watercourses, low-lying flats]
Bulbostylis pyriformis [Grows in seasonally wet situations]
Bulbostylis turbinate [along watercourses, in depressions, rockholes]
Burchardia umbellata – Milkmaids [Grows in swamps and in heath]
Burmannia juncea (Burmannia disticha) [swamps, seasonally inundated areas, beside streams]
Byblis aquatica [swampy depressions and upstream floodplains]
Byblis filifolia [river and creek margins, watersheds]
Byblis rorida [creek banks]
 
 
Cabomba caroliniana* – Fanwort [slow moving or stagnant streams and billabongs] 
Caldesia acanthocarpa - Water Plantain [submerged aquatic]
Caldesia oligococca - Water Plantain [billabongs and seasonally waterlogged lakes or pools]
Caldesia oligococca var. oligococca - Water Plantain
Caldesia parnassifolia - Water Plantain
Callitriche brachycarpa - Short Water Starwort [wet habitats and riparian scrub]
Callitriche capricorni - Starwort 
Callitriche cyclocarpa - Western water starwort [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Callitriche muelleri - Round Water Starwort [shallow freshwater wetland] 
Callitriche sonderi – Starwort [damp areas liable to inundation] 
Callitriche stagnalis - Common Water Starwort [submerged aquatic or on damp ground] 
Callitriche umbonata - Water starwort [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Callitriche verna – Spring water starwort [submersed or occasionally amphibious aquatic]
Calocephalus lacteus - Milky beauty-heads [ephemeral wetlands]
Calocephalus platycephalus - Yellow billy buttons [rocky creek beds]
Calostemma purpureum - Wilcannia lily [along watercourses and on seasonally flooded clay flats]
Calotis anthemoides - Cut-leaf burr-daisy [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Calotis breviseta [near rivers, lakes and swamps, claypans]
Calotis latiuscula [floodplains, rocky creeks or river beds] 
Calotis plumulifera [floodplains, rocky creeks or river beds]
Calotis scabiosifolia var. integrifolia - Rough burr-daisy [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Calystegia sepium - Large bindweed [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Cardamine gunnii - Common bittercress [moist sites]
Cardamine lineariloba - Annual bittercress [ephemeral wetlands]
Cardamine moirensis - Riverina bittercress [low-lying areas adjacent to streams and swamps]
Cardamine paucijuga – Annual bittercress [floodplains]
Cardamine tenuifolia - Slender bittercress [instream wetlands]
Carex appressa - Tall Sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Carex bichenoviana - Notched sedge [instream wetlands]
Carex brownii - sedge [seasonal wetlands]
Carex chlorantha - Green-top sedge [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands]
Carex echinata - Star Sedge
Carex fascicularis - Tassel Sedge [seasonal and instream wetlands]
Carex gaudichaudiana - Tufted sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Carex gunniana var. gunniana - Mountain sedge [instream wetlands]
Carex hebes - sedge [seasonal wetlands]
Carex inversa - Knob Sedge
Carex inversa sens. lat. (caespitose) - Common sedge [ephemeral wetlands]
Carex inyx - sedge [ephemeral wetlands]
Carex longebrachiata - Drooping sedge [grows in low lying flats and near watercourses]
Carex maculata [Grows in wet places in swamps]
Carex polyantha - Creek sedge [creeks on gravel and sand banks]
Carex fascicularis - Tassel Sedge [along watercourses, swamps]
Carex inversa - Knob Sedge [along watercourses]
Carex pumila - Strand sedge [coastal sand dunes]
Carex tereticaulis - Terete-culm sedge, Rush sedge [low-lying, seasonally inundated habitats]
Carex tasmanica - Curly sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Carex tereticaulis - Rush sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Centaurium spicatum* - Spike Centaury [damp sandy situations]
Centipeda borealis [edges of seasonally-wet areas]
Centipeda cunninghamii - Common Sneezeweed [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Centipeda minima - Spreading Sneezeweed [ephemeral, seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands]
Centipeda minima var. lanuginosa - Spreading sneezeweed
Centipeda minima var. minima – Spreading sneezeweed
Centipeda minima subsp. macrocephala [margins of pools, river banks]
Centipeda nidiformis [dry bed of creek, damp margins of pools, and rocky areas near river pools]
Centipeda thespidioides - Desert sneezewood [claypans, saline flats, creeks and rivers]
Centranthera cochinchinensis [swamps, seepages, seasonally wet areas]
Centrolepis aristata - Pointed Centrolepis [seasonal wetlands]
Centrolepis banksii [damp mud or sand; swamps and along watercourses]
Centrolepis eremica [Grows in temporary water on margins of streams, lakes etc]
Centrolepis exserta [along watercourses, seepage areas, swamps, waterholes]
Centrolepis fascicularis - Tufted Centrolepis [seasonal wetlands] 
Centrolepis glabra - Smooth Centrolepis [seasonal wetlands]
Centrolepis polygyna - Wiry centrolepis [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Centrolepis strigosa ssp. strigosa - Hairy Centrolepis [seasonal wetlands]
Ceratophyllum demersum - Common Hornwort [swamp and lake wetlands]
Ceratopteris thalictroides - Water Fern [amphibious or aquatic; creeks, swamps, pools, wet rock ledges of waterfalls]
Chamaesyce drummondii - Flat spurge [ephemeral wetlands]
Chamaesyce vachellii [creek beds]
Chara australis – Stonewort [freshwater algae]
Chara fibrosa - Stonewort
Chara muelleri – Stonewort
Chara vulgaris - Stonewort
Cheilanthes cavernicola (Cheilanthes pumilio) - Fern [banks of watercourses or pools]
Chionachne cyathopoda - Cane Grass [riverbanks]
Christella dentata - Downy wood fern [forms tussocks along stream banks]
Cladium procerum - Leafy Twig-sedge [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Cladophora sp. - Filamentous green algae
Cladopus queenslandicus
Commelina agrostophylla 
Commelina ensifolia - Wandering jew [floodplains, seepage areas]
Chorizandra australis - Large bristle-sedge [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Chorizandra enodis - Black bristle-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Colocasia esculenta - Taro [creeks, seepage areas]
Cotula australis - Common Cotula [usually near water]
Cotula bipinnata - Ferny cotula [moist sites, salt flats, near watercourses]
Cotula coronopifolia - Water Buttons [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Craspedia canens - Grey billy-buttons [seasonal wetlands]
Craspedia glauca - Billy-buttons [moist depressions, often with leaves partly submerged]
Craspedia paludicola - Swamp billy-buttons [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Crassula closiana - Stalked crassula [wetlands]
Crassula colorata - Dense Stonecrop [temporarily wet areas]
Crassula colorata var. acuminata - Dense Stonecrop 
Crassula decumbens var. decumbens - Spreading stonecrop [moist places] 
Crassula helmsii - Swamp crassula [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Crassula natans var. minus - Water Crassula [aquatic - wet depressions]
Crassula peduncularis - Purple crassula [ephemeral wetlands]
Crassula sieberiana subsp. sieberiana - Australian Stonecrop [moist open forest]
Crassula sieberiana ssp. tetramera - Australian stonecrop [wet and moist places]
Cressa australis - Rosinweed [salt lake margins, clay or mud flats, near seasonal billabongs, lakes & lagoons]
Crinum angustifolium - Onion Lily [seasonally inundated near-coastal areas]
Crinum flaccidum - Murray Lily; Darling Lily [grows near inland rivers, often along sandy floodways]
Crinum pedunculatum – Swamp Lily [coastal swamps and river banks]
Cullen australasicum (Psoralea australasica) - Tall scurf-pea [floodplains]
Cullen cinereum - Hoary Scurf-pea [river levees or creek banks - mostly in moist sites]
Cyclosorus interruptus - Fern [near swamps, creeks, in vine thickets]
Cynodon dactylon - Couch Grass
Cyperus alopecuroides - Sedge [swamps and lakes]
Cyperus alterniflorus [semi-permanent moist situations such as stream banks and rocky gullies]
Cyperus angustatus
Cyperus aquatilis - Water Nutgrass [swamps; along watercourses or in pools]
Cyperus betchei subsp. betchei [seasonally wet situations, such as stream banks and roadside drains]
Cyperus betchei subsp. commiscens [seasonally-wet situations]
Cyperus bifax – Silver Sedge [floodplains, stream banks, swamps]
Cyperus breviculmis - Sedge [swamps]
Cyperus brevifolius* – Sedge [swamps, creeks]
Cyperus carinatus [open ephemerally wet situations]
Cyperus castaneus var. brevimucronatus [seasonal streams]
Cyperus castaneus var. castaneus [along watercourses, moist sites]
Cyperus compressus [wet habitats]
Cyperus concinnus [swamps, creeks, pools]
Cyperus cristulatus [along watercourses]
Cyperus cuspidatus [along watercourses]
Cyperus dactylotes – [seasonally wet situations, such as stream banks and roadside drains]
Cyperus decompositus
Cyperus difformis - Variable Flat-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Cyperus digitatus [Semi-aquatic]
Cyperus distans – Piedmont Sedge [streambanks and swamps]
Cyperus enervis [Semi-aquatic]
Cyperus equisetina [freshwater lagoons]
Cyperus eragrostis - Umbrella Sedge [ephemerally wet, open, disturbed situations]
Cyperus exaltatus - Tall flat-sedge; Splendid Flat-sedge [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Cyperus flaccidus – Lax Flat-sedge [wet places, such as margins of ephemeral pools]
Cyperus flavidus – Yellow Flat-sedge [freshwater wetlands]
Cyperus fucosus
Cyperus gilesii [ephemerally wet situations, such as inland stream banks and roadside drains]
Cyperus gracilis - Slender Sedge 
Cyperus gunnii ssp. gunnii - Flecked Flat-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Cyperus gunnii subsp. novae-hollandiae
Cyperus gymnocaulos - Spiny Flat-sedge [seasonal wetlands]
Cyperus haspan - Haspan Flatsedge [margins of swamps and creeks]
Cyperus haspan subsp. haspan [margins of swamps and creeks]
Cyperus haspan subsp. indeterminate
Cyperus haspan subsp. juncoides [swamps, along watercourses or in pools]
Cyperus holoschoenus [along watercourses or in pools]
Cyperus involucratus* - Umbrella Sedge [edge of waterways]
Cyperus iria – Variable Sedge [ephemerally wet, open, often disturbed situations]
Cyperus ixiocarpus [sandy creeks]
Cyperus javanicus – Javanese Sedge [pools, along watercourses]
Cyperus javanicus subsp. Armstrongii
Cyperus kyllingia [Semi-aquatic]
Cyperus laevigatus - Shinning Sedge [brackish situations, saltmarshes]
Cyperus lucidus – Leafy Flat-sedge; Giant Sedge [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Cyperus macrostachyos [swamps, creeks]
Cyperus microcephalus subsp. microcephalus [creek beds]
Cyperus nervulosus [swamps, pool edges]
Cyperus nutans var. eleusinoides - flat-sedge [creek banks, wetlands]
Cyperus odoratus [Grows on creek banks and in swamps]
Cyperus orgadophilus (Cyperus sporobolus) 
Cyperus oxycarpus [seasonally wet sites] 
Cyperus papyrus - Papyrus sedge [permanently wet sites]
Cyperus pilosus – Fuzzy Sedge [moist freshwater environments]
Cyperus polystachyos - Manyspike sedge, Bunchy Sedge [open forest, grassland and wetlands on moist soil types]
Cyperus pulchellus [swamps] 
Cyperus pygmaeus - Dwarf flat-sedge; Pygmy Flat-sedge [open stream banks and seasonally wet open floodways]
Cyperus rigidellus - Curly Flat-sedge [ephemerally wet situations, such as floodways and roadside drains]
Cyperus rotundus [Semi-aquatic]
Cyperus sanguinolentus - Red Top Sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Cyperus sesquiflorus - Kyllinga weed [freshwater swamps]
Cyperus scariosus– Saltwater Sedge [along creeks]
Cyperus sphacelatus – Spike Rush [wetlands]
Cyperus sphaeroideus - Kyllinga weed [usually grows in undisturbed damp habitats]
Cyperus squarrosus - Bearded flat-sedge [along watercourses, drainage lines, in claypans]
Cyperus tenellus - Tiny flat-sedge [damp, open situations]
Cyperus tenuiculmis [Rooted emergent]
Cyperus tenuispica [along watercourses]
Cyperus trinervis – Australian Sedge [freshwater]
Cyperus tuberosus
Cyperus unioloides [grows in swamps]
Cyperus vaginatus – Stiff Flat-sedge [along creeks]
Cyperus victoriensis – Victorian club-sedge [floodplains and stream banks]
Cyperus viscidulus [along watercourses, waterholes]
Cyperus sp. (Katherine Gorge 4505)
 
 
Dactyloctenium radulans - Button grass [seasonal swamps, river banks]
Damasonium minus – Starfruit [ephemeral, seasonal and permanent freshwater wetlands]
Danthonia caespitosa - Common wallaby-grass [ephemeral wetlands]
Danthonia duttoniana - Brown-back wallaby-grass [ephemeral, swamp and lake wetlands]
Dentella minutissima [River flats, edges of rivers, billabongs & claypans]
Desmodium brownii [inundated depressions near creeks or pools]
Desmodium filiforme [floodplains, seasonally wet areas, swamps]
Desmodium trichostachyum [damp situations, near creeks or pools]
Dichondra repens - Kidney-weed [ephemeral wetlands]
Dicliptera armata [along creeks and rivers]
Dimeria sp. (Salvator Rosa RJ Fensham 3643) [seepages, wet sites]
Dioscorea bulbifera [along rivers]
Diplachne fusca - Brown beetle-grass [ephemeral wetlands]
Distichlis distichophylla - Australian salt-grass [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Drosera auriculata - Tall sundew [swampy areas]
Drosera binata - Forked Sundew [Grows in wet sand and sandy peat in swamps, on creek banks]
Drosera burmanni - Tropical Sundew [near creek, swamps or seepage areas]
Drosera indica - Indian Sundew [rivers, creeks, swamps and seepage areas]
Drosera peltata - Pale Sundew [swampy areas]
Drosera pygmaea - Pygmy Sundew [swampy areas]
Drosera spatulata - Common Sundew [grows in wetlands and heath]
Dysphania ssp. glomulifera - Globular pigweed [seasonal wetlands]
 
 
Echinochloa colona - Awnless Barnyard Grass [wet or swampy areas and creek banks]
Echinochloa crus-galli* - Barnyard Grass [swamps] 
Echinochloa dietrichiana [seasonally flooded areas]
Echinochloa macrandra [swamps]
Echinochloa polystachya – Aleman Grass
Echinochloa telmatophila - Swamp Barnyard Grass [stream and swamp margins]
Echinochloa turneriana - Channel Grass [Grows in or near watercourses]
Eclipta platyglossa - Yellow Twin-heads [ephemeral wetlands]
Eclipta prostrata - Swamp Daisy; White Eclipta [grows on creek banks, in wet areas and damp areas]
Egeria densa – Dense Waterweed [stationary or slowly flowing water]
Eichhornia crassipes* – Water Hyacinth
Elacholoma hornii [grows on damp margins of swamps and small watercourses]
Elatine gratioloides - Waterwort [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Eleocharis acuta - Common Spike-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands; instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Eleocharis sp. aff. acuta - Common spike-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Eleocharis atricha - Tuberous spike-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Eleocharis atropurpurea [along watercourses, around swamps and lakes]
Eleocharis brassii [pools, swamps]
Eleocharis aff. brassii [shallow water, swamps, billabongs and lagoons]
Eleocharis caespitosissima [swamps, rivers sometimes submerged] 
Eleocharis cylindrostachys - Drooping Spike Rush [Semi-aquatic]
Eleocharis denuda - Sedge [aquatic]
Eleocharis dietrichiana - Spike-rush [still shallow freshwater habitats]
Eleocharis dulcis - Bulkuru Sedge [permanent, more or less still fresh water]
Eleocharis equisetina – Horsetail Spike-rush [still freshwater habitats on mud and silt] 
Eleocharis geniculata - Annual Spike-rush [in and along watercourses, margins of permanent pools] 
Eleocharis gracilis - Slender spike-sedge [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Eleocharis macbarronii - Macbarron’s spike-sedge [ephemeral wetlands]
Eleocharis minuta - Variable spike-sedge [swamps and sandy shores of coastal lakes]
Eleocharis ochrostachys [swamps] 
Eleocharis pallens - Pale Spike-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Eleocharis papillosa - Dwarf Desert Spike-rush
[Eleocharis papillosa is a small, erect perennial sedge, that typically grows to less 
than 10cm high. The above ground parts of the Dwarf Desert Spike-rush grow in response to 
inundation, subsequently dying back to a tuber during dry periods]
Eleocharis philippinensis [swamps, pools, waterholes]
Eleocharis plana - Ribbed Spike-rush [moist situations]
Eleocharis pusilla - Small Spike-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Eleocharis retroflexa - Coastal Plain Spikerush [shallow water on the margins of seasonal swamps]
Eleocharis setifolia - Small-flower spike-rush
Eleocharis sphacelata - Tall Spike-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Eleocharis spiralis [brackish pools, coastal or estuarine environments]
Eleocharis sundaica [in and around swamps, billabongs]
Eleocharis sp. (Kapalga Billabong JT273) 
Eleocharis sp. (Coonjimba Billabong A63452) [margins of lagoons] 
Eleocharis sp.A [swamps, pools, waterholes] 
Eleocharis sp.B [in shallow water: swamps, billabongs and lagoons] 
Eleocharis tetraquetra [grows in swampy areas]
Elytrophorus spicatus – Spikegrass [damp sites]
Empodisma minus - Spreading Rope-rush [swampy places, wet creek banks]
Enydra fluctuans - Buffalo Spinach [Grows in swamps and aquatic areas]
Epaltes australis - Spreading Nutheads [temporarily flooded areas]
Epilobium billardierianum ssp. billardierianum - Robust willow-herb [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Epilobium billardierianum ssp. cinereum - Variable willow-herb [moist areas]
Epilobium billardierianum ssp. hydrophilum - Robust willow-herb [swamp and lake wetlands]
Epilobium billardierianum ssp. intermedium - Robust willow-herb [seasonal wetlands]
Epilobium hirtigerum - Hairy willow-herb [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Epilobium pallidiflorum - Showy willow-herb [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Eragrostis australasica - Cane Grass [wetland habitats, claypans and swamps]
Eragrostis australasicus - Swamp Canegrass [wetland habitats, claypans and swamps]
Eragrostis benthamii - Bentham’s love-grass
Eragrostis brownii (Eragrostis benthamii) - Brown's lovegrass; Common lovegrass [swamp and lake wetlands]
Eragrostis elongata - Clustered Lovegrass [swamps, wet flats, watercourses]
Eragrostis infecunda - Barren cane grass [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Eragrostis parviflora - Weeping Lovegrass [claypans, edges of swamps]
Eragrostis speciosa - Handsome lovegrass [in or near watercourses, floodplains, seasonally wet areas]
Eragrostis sterilis [floodplains]
Eriachne festucacea - Plains Wandarrie Grass [along watercourses, seepage lines]
Eriachne triseta - Perennial Grass [seepage areas of gorges and gullies, along creeks]
Eriocaulon athertonense [springs]
Eriocaulon australe - White Pipewort [Grows in sandy wet heath and swampy areas] 
Eriocaulon carpentariae [swampy depressions and upstream floodplains]
Eriocaulon carsonii – Artesian Pipewort [mound springs, swampy depressions]
Eriocaulon cinereum [swamps, creeklines]
Eriocaulon depressum
Eriocaulon fistulosum [margins of creeks]
Eriocaulon inapertum [swampy depressions, floodplains and mound springs]
Eriocaulon lividum [swamps, river banks]
Eriocaulon nematophyllum 
Eriocaulon odontospermum [margins of pools and creeks, swampy depressions and floodplains]
Eriocaulon patericola [small ephemeral shallow rock pools, creek beds, lagoon edges]
Eriocaulon pusillum [seepages, ponds]
Eriocaulon pygmaeum [Found in open seepage areas]
Eriocaulon scariosum - Common Pipewort [freshwater wetlands]
Eriocaulon setaceum - Water Pipewort [freshwater pools, streams, swamps]
Eriocaulon spectabile [swamps]
Eriocaulon scullionii [sheltered among rocks, creek margins, seepage areas, shallow water]
Eriocaulon tricornum [swampy depressions and upstream floodplains]
Eriocaulon tortuosum [swamps]
Eriocaulon sp.C [damp to wet areas; lagoon edges, claypans]
Eriocaulon sp.E [freshwater streams]
Eriocaulon sp.G [alluvial areas, swamps, rock pools, creeks]
Eryngium ovinum - Blue devil [ephemeral wetlands]
Eryngium paludosum - Long Eryngium [swampy, irrigated or flooded areas]
Eryngium plantagineum - Long Eryngium [swamp margins]
Eryngium vesiculosum - Prostrate Blue Devil [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Euchiton collinus - Creeping cudweed [wet habitats]
Euchiton involucratus sens. strict. - Star cudweed [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Euphrasia scabra - Rough eyebright [ephemeral wetlands]
Eurychorda complanata - Flat Cord-rush
 
 
Ficinia nodosa - Nobby club-sedge [seasonally-wet swamplands, shores of salt lakes]
Fimbristylis acicularis [along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis acuminata [stream beds] 
Fimbristylis aestivalis - Summer Fringe-rush [creeks] 
Fimbristylis aestivalis var. aestivalis [creeks] 
Fimbristylis bisumbellata [Grows on stream banks]
Fimbristylis blakei [wet areas] 
Fimbristylis caespitosa [swamps, claypans]
Fimbristylis cephalophora [along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis cinnamometorum [Damp habitats, pools, drainage lines, claypans]
Fimbristylis denudate [watercourses and on flood plains]
Fimbristylis depauperata [Seepage areas, swamps, along watercourses]
Fimbristylis dichotoma - Common Fringe-sedge [Creek banks, claypans]
Fimbristylis dictyocolea [edge of swamps or in water]
Fimbristylis elegans [creek edges] 
Fimbristylis eremophila [creek beds]
Fimbristylis ferruginea - Fringe-rush [brackish or fresh water swamps] 
Fimbristylis littoralis [along watercourses, swamps, damp habitats]
Fimbristylis macassarensis [seepage areas, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis microcarya [claypans, swamps, along watercourses and drainage lines] 
Fimbristylis miliacea [edges of springs] 
Fimbristylis nuda [along watercourses]
Fimbristylis nutans – Fringe-rush [moist depressions]
Fimbristylis oxystachya [swamps] 
Fimbristylis pauciflora [seepage areas, along watercourses]
Fimbristylis phaeoleuca [wet sites] 
Fimbristylis polytrichoides - Fringe-rush [swampy areas, marine tidal areas near mangroves] 
Fimbristylis pterygosperma [shallow wet areas, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis punctata [along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis rara [swamps, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis schultzii [seepage areas, along watercourses]
Fimbristylis sieberiana [pool edges]
Fimbristylis simplex [swamps, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis squarrulosa = Abildgaardia schoenoides [seasonally damp areas, beside lakes and swamps]
Fimbristylis subaristata [wet areas]
Fimbristylis tetragona [seepage areas, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis tristachya [swamps, pool edges] 
Fimbristylis velata - Veiled Fringe-rush [swamps, creek edges, along watercourses] 
Fimbristylis sp. (Elizabeth Springs 3743) 
Fimbristylis sp. (Howard River A64431) [along watercourses, swamps, creeks and floodplains] 
Fimbristylis sp. (Thargomindah 3094) 
Frankenia serpyllifolia - Bristly sea-heath [floodplains]
Fuirena ciliaris - Umbrella Sedge [swamps, pools, claypans, along watercourses, seepage areas]
Fuirena incrassata [along stream-lines and in seasonally wet situations]
Fuirena nodiflora [swamps, creek beds]
Fuirena umbellata [swamps, pools, watercourses]
 
 
Gahnia clarkei - Tall Saw Sedge [swampy areas] 
Gahnia filum - Chaffy Saw Sedge [coastal saltmarsh or brackish water]
Gahnia grandis - Brickmakers' Sedge
Gahnia sieberiana - Red Fruited Saw Sedge [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Gahnia subaequiglumis - Bog Saw Sedge
Gahnia trifida - Coast saw-sedge [seasonal wetlands] 
Gleichenia dicarpa - Pouched Coral Fern [Grows in sunny damp sites around swamps]
Glinus lotoides - Hairy Carpet Weed [edge of billabongs, watercourses and wetlands]
Glinus oppositifolius - Opposite-leaved Carpetweed [freshwater habitats]
Glossostigma cleistanthum - Spoon mud-mat [grows in silt in rock-pools, in clay on creek beds, on swamp margins or river flats or in dams, submerged or exposed]
Glossostigma diandrum [wet depressions, claypans, sometimes submerged in creeks and pools]
Glossostigma drummondii – Mudmat [granite rock pools, claypans, swamps, wet depressions]
Glossostigma elatinoides - Small mud-mat [grows in clay on river flats or beside freshwater swamps, sometimes inundated]
Glossostigma trichodes [rock-pools (gnammas) on granite outcrops]
Glyceria australis - Australian Sweet-grass [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Glyceria latispicea [wet areas]
Gonocarpus chinensis subsp. verrucosus - Chinese raspwort [freshwater swamps] 
Gonocarpus humilis - Shade raspwort [Widespread in damp places] 
Gonocarpus micranthus - Creeping raspwort [swampy areas]
Goodenia bicolor [seasonally damp areas]
Goodenia blackiana - Native primrose [watercourses]
Goodenia byrnesii [edge of creeks]
Goodenia geniculata - Bent goodenia [moist and wet areas]
Goodenia gracilis - Slender goodenia [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Goodenia heteromera - Spreading goodenia [seasonal wetlands]
Goodenia heterophylla ssp. heterophylla - Variable goodenia [seasonal wetlands]
Goodenia humilis - swamp goodenia [seasonal wetlands]
Goodenia lamprosperma [seasonally wet depressions, swamps, near watercourses]
Goodenia nocoleche [Ephemeral amphibious herb]
Goodenia purpurascens [swamps and seasonally wet depressions]
Goodenia quadrifida [wetland areas]
Goodenia strangfordii [seasonally wet depressions, swamps, near watercourses]
Gratiola pedunculata - Stalked Brooklime [seasonal and instream wetlands] 
Gratiola peruviana - Austral brooklime [seasonal and instream wetlands] 
Gratiola pubescens - Hairy brooklime [wet depressions, swamps, creeks, mud flats]
Gymnoschoenus sphaerocephalus - Button Grass [Grows in permanent swamps and on wet slopes]
 
 
Halosarcia indica [coastal and inland saline areas]
Halophila spinulosa [submerged, brackish perennial]
Halosarcia halocnemoides subsp. indeterminate [salt flats and lakes]
Haloragis aspera - Rough raspwort [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Haloragis heterophylla - Varied raspwort [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Halosarcia pergranulata - Shrubby glasswort [wetlands]
Helichrysum sp. aff. rutidolepis - Swamp pale everlasting [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Heliotropium curassavicum - Smooth heliotrope [near salt swamps, winter-wet depressions] 
Heliotropium ovalifolium [coastal plains and dunes, seasonally wet areas, river levees]
Heliotropium indicum [wetlands, peaty soaks, lake fringes, river banks]
Hemarthria uncinata – Matgrass [stream banks]
Hemarthria uncinata var. uncinata - Matgrass [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Holcus lanatus - Yorkshire fog grass [swamps, creek edges]
Homopholis proluta - Rigid panic [seasonal wetlands]
Hydrilla verticillata - Water Thyme [freshwater streams] 
Hydrocharis dubia - Frogbit [shallow freshwater bodies or swamps]
Hydrocleys nymphoides - Water Poppy [aquatic plant]
Hydrocotyle acutiloba - Swamp Pennywort [Stream banks]
Hydrocotyle bonariensis [along creeks and swamps]
Hydrocotyle callicarpa - Tiny pennywort [dry or moist open sandy areas]
Hydrocotyle dipleura [discharge spring complexes]
Hydrocotyle grammatocarpa
Hydrocotyle hirta - Hairy pennywort 
Hydrocotyle larapinta
Hydrocotyle muscosa - Mossy pennywort [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Hydrocotyle pedicellosa – Aquatic Pennywort
Hydrocotyle plebeya – Pennywort [seepage areas, granite outcrops]
Hydrocotyle pterocarpa - Wing Pennywort [found growing among rushes and sedges or on mossy rocks]
Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides - Shining pennywort [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Hydrocotyle tripartita - Slender Pennywort [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Hydrocotyle verticillata - Shield Pennywort [freshwater swamps, lagoons and along streams and rivers, sometimes partially submerged] 
Hygrochloa aquatica [aquatic, outer margins of swamps]
Hygrophila angustifolia - Willow-leafed Hygrophila [creek banks, billabong margins, floodplains]
Hygrophila costata - Temple Plant [along watercourses]
Hygrophila triflora - Swampweed
Hygrophila sp.  (Lake McDonald) [freshwater swamps]
Hymenachne acutigluma – [perennial aquatic or semi-aquatic grass]
Hymenachne amplexicaulis* - Olive Hymenachne [semi-aquatic perennial grass]
Hypericum gramineum - Small St John's Wort [usually in damp areas]
Hypericum japonicum - Matted St John's wort [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Hypoestes floribunda - Bandicoot berry [seasonally wet areas, coastal dunes, creek banks]
Hypolaena fastigiate - Tassel Rope-rush [margins of swamps]
Hypolepis muelleri - Harsh Ground Fern [grows along creeks and swamps]
Hypoxis exilis - Swamp star [swampy areas on floodplains]
 

Indigofera hirsuta - Hairy indigo [along creek lines, near swamps or stock dams]
Ipomoea aquatica – Swamp Morning Glory [along creeks; floating in water or on mud]   
Ipomoea coptica [along watercourses, damp depressions]
Ipomoea diamantinensis [margins of billabongs and floodplains]
Ipomoea muelleri – Native morning glory [along watercourses]
Ipomoea polymorpha [along creeklines, in moist depressions]
Ipomoea sp. (Kalumburu) [floodplains]
Isachne confusa - Bloodgrass
Isachne globosa - Swamp Millet Grass [wet coastal heath in alluvial beds and near streams]
Isachne minutula [aquatic]
Isachne pulchella [Streams]
Isolepis inundata - Swamp Club-sedge
Ischaemum australe - Large Bluegrass [Grows in swamps]
Ischaemum australe var. australe
Ischaemum australe var. indeterminate 
Ischaemum australe var. villosum
Ischaemum rugosum – Wrinklegrass
Isoëtes coromandelina [submerged in water or amphibious on the margins of pools or streams]
Isoëtes coromandelina subsp. macrotuberculata
Isoëtes drummondii - Plain quillwort [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands]
Isoëtes drummondii ssp. anomala - Plains quillwort [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isoëtes drummondii ssp. drummondii - Plains quillwort [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isoëtes muelleri - Rock Quillwort [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isoëtes pusilla - Small quillwort [seasonal wetlands]
Isoetopsis graminifolia - Grass cushion [ephemeral wetlands]
Isolepis australiensis - Southern Club-sedge [seasonal wetlands] 
Isolepis cernua - Nodding Club-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isolepis cernua subsp. cernua - Nobby Club-rush [stream margins] 
Isolepis cernua var. platycarpa - Club-rush 
Isolepis cerruus – Nodding Club-rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isolepis congrua - Slender club-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Isolepis fluitans - Floating Club-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isolepis fluitans var. fluitans - Floating club-rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Isolepis hookeriana - Grassy club-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Isolepis humillima [claypans, seepages, along watercourses] 
Isolepis inundata - Swamp Club-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isolepis marginata - Little club-sedge [ephemeral wetlands] 
Isolepis nodosa - Knobby club-sedge [ephemeral wetlands] 
Isolepis platycarpa - Flat-fruit club-sedge [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Isolepis producta - Nutty club-sedge [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Isolepis subtilissima [Moist places, creekbanks, swamps]
Isolepis victoriensis - Victorian club-sedge [ephemeral wetlands] 
Isolepis wakefieldiana - Tufted Club-sedge [wet habitats & riparian scrub]
Isotoma fluviatilis ssp. australis - Swamp Isotome [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. borealis – Swamp Isotoma [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Isotoma luticola [margins of creeks and pools]
 
Juncus acutus - Spiny Rush [creeks, soaks, often saline]
Juncus amabilis - Hollow rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Juncus aridicola - Tussock Rush [creeks, rivers, lakes, swamps, granite outcrops]
Juncus articulatus - Jointed Rush [damp situations]
Juncus australis - Austral rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Juncus bufonius - Toad Rush [seasonal and instream wetlands]
Juncus bulbosus - Bulbous Rush [wet situations]
Juncus caespiticius - Grassy rush [instream wetlands]
Juncus capitatus - Dwarf rush [open disturbed situations]
Juncus continuus - Pithy Rush [seasonal wetlands]
Juncus flavidus - Yellow rush [seasonally and briefly wet situations]
Juncus fockei - Slender joint-leaf rush [damp situations]
Juncus gregiflorus - Green rush [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Juncus holoschoenus - Joint-leaf rush [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Juncus homalocaulis - Wiry rush [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Juncus ingens - Giant rush [billabongs and semi-permanent waterbodies]
Juncus kraussii - Sea Rush [tidal areas and estuaries near mangroves]
Juncus kraussii subsp. australiensis - Sea rush [swamps, brackish estuaries, saline flats]
Juncus maritimus = Juncus kraussii – Shore rush
Juncus microcephalus* - Tiny rush [wet drains, springs]
Juncus pallidus - Pale rush [ephemeral wetlands]
Juncus pauciflorus - Loose-flower rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Juncus planifolius - Broad-leaf rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Juncus polyanthemus - Striated Rush [usually grows in swampy situations]
Juncus prismatocarpus - Branching Rush [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Juncus procerus - Tall rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Juncus radula - Hoary rush [creek beds]
Juncus remotiflorus - Diffuse rush [ephemeral wetlands]
Juncus revolutus - Creeping Rush [mostly in somewhat saline habitats]
Juncus sarophorus - Rush [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Juncus semisolidus - Rush [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Juncus subsecundus - Finger rush [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands]
Juncus usitatus – Common Rush [seasonal wetlands]
Juncus vaginatus - Clustered Rush [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands]
 
Lachnagrostis filiformis – Fairy Grass [wetlands]
Landoltia punctata (Spirodela punctata) - Punctate Duckweed; Spotted Duckweed; Thin Duckweed [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Leersia hexandra - Swamp Ricegrass [swamp, stream margins] 
Lemna aequinoctialis - Common Duckweed [freshwater pools and springs] 
Lemna disperma - Common Duckweed [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Lemna minor – Common Duckweed [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Lemna tenera [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Lemna trisulca - Ivy-leaf Duckweed [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Lepidium aschersonii - Spiny pepper-cress [ephemeral wetlands]
Lepidosperma elatius - Tall sword-sedge [swamp and lake wetlands]
Lepidosperma gladiatum - Coast sword-sedge [creeklines]
Lepidosperma limicola [Grows in swamps]
Lepidosperma longitudinale - Pithy Sword-sedge [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Lepilaena australis - Austral Water Mat [submerged aquatic - fresh or saline waters, rocky pools]
Lepilaena bilocularis - Water Mat [Grows in non-coastal fresh or saline lakes or slowly flowing water]
Lepilaena patentifolia - Spreading water-mat [swamp and lake wetlands]
Lepilaena preissii - Slender Water Mat [submerged aquatic perennial - brackish or saline waters]
Lepironia articulata - Tube Sedge [creek, river banks]
Leptinella reptans - Creeping cotula [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Leptocarpus tenax - Slender Twig-rush [damp to wet heaths and sedgelands]
Leptochloa digitata - Whorled Cane Grass [creek beds, river banks, near pools]
Leptochloa fusca subsp. fusca - Brown Beetle Grass [wet coastal forest on sandy and muddy soils] 
Leptodictyum riparium - Type moss [semi-aquatic moss - fast-flowing stream]
Leptorhynchos tenuifolius - Wiry buttons [ephemeral wetlands]
Leptostigma reptans - Dwarf nertera [swamp and lake wetlands]
Lepyrodia interrupta - Knotted Scale-rush
Lepyrodia scariosa – Sedge [margins of swamps]
Lilaeopsis brisbanica - Brisbane Lilaeopsis
Lilaeopsis polyantha - Australian Lilaeopsis [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Limnocharis flava - Yellow Burrhead Flower*
Limnophila aromatica [near or in rivers, creek and swamps, rocky pools]
Limnophila australis [near or in rivers, creek and swamps, rocky pools]
Limnophila brownii – Ambulia [near or in rivers, creek and swamps, rocky pools]
Limnophila chinensis [near or in rivers, creek and swamps, rocky pools]
Limnophila fragrans [terrestrial, marginal aquatic, emergent aquatic]
Limosella australis - Austral Mudwort [seasonal and instream wetlands] 
Limosella curdieana - Large mudwort
Lindernia anagallis [shallow water and wet ground]
Lindernia aplectra [floodplains, swamps, seasonally wet situations]
Lindernia clausa (lobelioides) [floodplains, creeklines, seepage areas]
Lindernia sp. (Bribie Island ST Blake 7089) [floodplains, swamps, seasonally wet situations]
Lindernia tenuifolia [Seasonally wet sites]
Lindsaea ensifolia subsp. ensifolia - Wedge Fern [near creeks or pools, damp ledges of cliffs]
Lindsaea ensifolia subsp. indeterminate - Common Wedge Fern [near creeks or pools, damp ledges of cliffs]
Lipocarpha chinensis [along watercourses]
Lipocarpha microcephala - Button rush [along watercourses, rockholes, claypans]
Lobelia alata - Angled lobelia [brackish marshes, swampy heath and along streams] 
Lobelia anceps - Angled lobelia [brackish marshes and swampy heath, and along streams] 
Lobelia beaugleholei - Cliff's lobelia [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Lobelia dioica [along creeks, rivers and swamps]
Lobelia douglasiana 
Lobelia gibbosa - Tall Lobelia [claypans, creeklines]
Lobelia irrigua - Salt Pratia [brackish wetlands]
Lobelia membranacea - Blue Lobelia [edges of lakes, pools and slow-moving streams]
Lobelia pedunculata - Matted pratia 
Lobelia pratioides - Poison lobelia [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Lobelia purpurascens - Whiteroot 
Lobelia quadrangularis [wet situations, along creeks, often growing in water] 
Lobelia rhombifolia - Tufted Lobelia [variety of habitats]
Lobelia stenophylla [moist areas of open forest and poorly drained coastal soils] 
Lomandra fluviatilis [Grows in creek beds on sandy soils]
Lomandra hystrix – Matrush [freshwater wetlands] 
Lomandra longifolia – Longleaf Matrush [melaleuca wetlands] 
Lomandra montana [grows near creeks and waterfalls]
Lomandra ordii [Along river banks]
Lotus australis - Austral Trefoil [sand dunes, coastal cliffs, along creeks] 
Lotus cruentus – Red-flowered Trefoil [claypans, near creeks, dried up watercourses, damp saline areas]
Ludwigia adscendens – White Water Primrose
Ludwigia hyssopifolia [floodplains]
Ludwigia octovalvis – Willow Primrose [in or near creeks or swamps] 
Ludwigia octovalvis subsp. octovalvis [in or near creeks or swamps]
Ludwigia peploides - Water Primrose [damp areas and waterways]
Ludwigia peploides ssp. montevidensis – Water Primrose [swamp and lake wetlands]   
Ludwigia perennis - Willow Primrose [edges of creeks, pools and swamps]
Luffa cylindrica - Loofah [along creeks]
Lycopodiella cernua - Scrambling Clubmoss
Lycopodiella lateralis - Slender Clubmoss
Lycopodiella serpentina - Bog Clubmoss
Lycopus australis - Australian Gipsywort [instream, swamp and lake wetlands]
Lygodium flexuosum [damp, shaded sites near waterfalls and gorges]
Lygodium microphyllum - Climbing Maidenhair [wet areas such as swamps and near creeks, waterfalls, wet rock crevices]
Lythrum hyssopifolia - Small Loosestrife [ephemeral, seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Lythrum paradoxum [freshwater springs]
Lythrum salicaria - Purple Loosestrife [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Lythrum wilsonii [lake edges]
 
Macrothelypteris torresiana - Fern [near creeks]
Maidenia rubra - Maidenia [billabongs, ephemeral or permanent pools or lakes]
Malaccotristicha australis (Tristicha trifaria) [aquatic that grows in fast flowing water]
Malvastrum americanum - Spiked malvastrum [floodplains]
Mapania macrocephala - Sedge
Marsilea angustifolia - Narrow-leaf nardoo [swamps or in mud or sand of drying pools]   
Marsilea costulifera - Narrow-leaf Nardoo [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands] 
Marsilea crenata - Dwarf Nardoo [pools or watercourses, or in mud on creek banks]
Marsilea drummondii - Common Nardoo [ephemeral, seasonal, instream and swamp wetlands]
Marsilea exarata - Nardoo [shallow fresh water, or in mud near temporary waterholes] 
Marsilea hirsuta – Short-fruit Nardoo [aquatic or amphibious; in creeks and riverbeds, swamps, salt flats and claypans] 
Marsilea latzii [shallow fresh water, or in mud near temporary waterholes]
Marsilea mutica – Banded Nardoo [in pools or watercourses, or in mud on creek banks] 
Marsilea sp. Neutral Junction (D.E. Albrecht 9192)
Maundia triglochinoides - Water Ribbon [swamps or shallow freshwater]
Mazus pumilio - Swamp mazus [seasonal wetlands]
Mecardonia procumbens* [Mecardonia is very similar to both Bacopa and Gratiola]
Mentha australis - River mint [near rivers and creeks]
Mentha diemenica var. diemenica - Slender mint [seasonal wetlands]
Mentha piperita var. piperita – Peppermint [near rivers and creeks]
Merremia sp. B [edges of swamps, springs and creeks]
Merremia quinata [along creeks]
Microcarpaea minima [swamp edges, in creeks]
Microseris aff. lanceolata - Yam-daisy [ephemeral wetlands]
Microtis media - Common onion orchid [swamps, creeklines, granite outcrops]
Microtis unifolia = Microtis media
Mimulus aquatilis - Monkey-flower [spring wetlands]
(Only known from non-Great Artesian Basin springs in the Undara NP, Blackbraes NP, and Porcupine Gorge NP)
Mimulus gracilis - Slender Monkey-flower [swamps and creeks]
Mimulus moschatus - Musk Monkey-flower [swamps and along streams]
Mimulus prostratus – Small Monkey-flower [margins of swamps or watercourses or in temporarily inundated areas]
Mimulus repens - Creeping Monkey-flower [swampy sites, open margins of lakes, watercourses, or in temporarily wet areas]
Mimulus uvedaliae [seasonally wet areas]
Mimulus uvedaliae var. indeterminate [seasonally wet areas]
Mimulus uvedaliae var. lutea [seasonally wet areas]
Mimulus uvedaliae var. uvedaliae [seasonally wet areas]
Minuria integerrima - Smooth Minuria [floodplains]
Mitrasacme sp.  [seasonally wet seepage zones]
Mnesithea rottboellioides - Northern Canegrass 
Monochoria australasica – Australian Monochoria [shallow still-slow flowing waters]
Monochoria cyanea - Azure Monochoria [shallow still-slow flowing waters] 
Monochoria hastata - Arrowleaved monochoria [shallow water; freshwater pools, mudflats in rivers]
Monochoria vaginalis - Oval-leaf Monochoria [emergent aquatic perennial]
Montia australasica - White purslane [moist habitats]
Montia fontana - Water blinks [moist or wet conditions in watercourses, swamps, bogs, marshes and wet grassland]
Montia fontana ssp. chondrosperma - Water blinks [watercourses, swamps, marshes and wet grassland]
Muehlenbeckia florulenta - Tangled Lignum [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Muehlenbeckia gracillima [stream margins] 
Muehlenbeckia rhyticarya [stream margins] 
Murdannia graminea - Baniyu [creek banks, swamps]
Myosurus minimus var. australis - Mousetail
Myosurus minimus – Mousetail [freshwater claypans]
Myriocephalus nudus [moist areas, along rivers and creeks, granite outcrops] 
Myriocephalus rhizocephalus - Woolly-heads [ephemeral wetlands]
Myriocephalus rudallii [floodplains, claypans, along rivers and creeks]
Myriophyllum alpinum [high-altitude lakes and streams; forms densely interwoven masses in relatively deep water]
Myriophyllum amphibium - Broad-leaf Watermilfoil [swamp and lake wetlands]   
Myriophyllum amphibium var. amphibium [pools & lakes, in slow-flowing streams]
Myriophyllum amphibium var. angustatum [pools & lakes, in slow-flowing streams]
Myriophyllum amphibium var. latifolium [pools & lakes, in slow-flowing streams]
Myriophyllum aquaticum* (brasiliense) – Brazilian Watermilfoil [lakes, rivers, swamps]
Myriophyllum artesium - Artesian Watermilfoil [mound springs, swampy depressions]
Myriophyllum austropygmaeum [marshes]
Myriophyllum balladoniense [semi-permanent rock pools on granite outcrops]
Myriophyllum callitrichoides [still water in water holes]   
Myriophyllum callitrichoides subsp. callitrichoides
Myriophyllum callitrichoides subsp. striatum [aquatic annual]
Myriophyllum caput-medusae - Coarse Watermilfoil [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Myriophyllum coronatum - Watermilfoil
Myriophyllum costatum [billabongs] 
Myriophyllum crispatum – Curling Watermilfoil [seasonal, instream, swamp and lake wetlands]   
Myriophyllum decussatum [floating in shallow water or growing in mud]
Myriophyllum dicoccum [aquatic – floating]
Myriophyllum drummondii [semi-aquatic – swamps]
Myriophyllum echinatum [semi-aquatic - swamps]
Myriophyllum elatinoides = Myriophyllum salsugineum
Myriophyllum filiforme [margins of creeks and waterholes] 
Myriophyllum glomeratum - Clustered Watermilfoil [ephemeral and seasonal wetlands] 
Myriophyllum gracile var. gracile - Slender Watermilfoil [shallow water or on mud]
(Leaves pinnately divided into usually 5 narrow segments, mostly 5--10 mm long. Male and female flowers usually on the same shoot, sometimes on separate shoots. Mericarps deep reddish brown, sparsely papillose)
Myriophyllum gracile var. laeve [shallow water or on mud]
Myriophyllum gracile var. lineare - Slender Watermilfoil [shallow water or on mud]
(Leaves linear to narrow-lanceolate, entire or shortly toothed, mostly 5--8 mm long. Male and female flowers on the same shoot or some shoots have females only. Mericarps deep reddish brown, densely papillose)
Myriophyllum implicatum – Watermilfoil [freshwater seepage areas]
Myriophyllum integrifolium - Tiny Watermilfoil [ephemeral wetlands] 
Myriophyllum lapidicola - Chiddarcooping myriophyllum [waterholes on granite outcrops]
Myriophyllum latifolium – Watermilfoil [still water]
Myriophyllum limnophilum [semi-aquatic-wet depressions, swamps]
Myriophyllum lophatum – Watermilfoil [boggy margins of streams and waterholes]
Myriophyllum muelleri - Hooded Watermilfoil [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Myriophyllum muricatum [aquatic]
Myriophyllum papillosum (formerly known as M. propinquum) - Common Water-milfoil [still-slow flowing waters, damp ground] 
Myriophyllum pedunculatum [swamp and lake wetlands]   
Myriophyllum pedunculatum ssp. pedunculatum - Mat Watermilfoil [swamp and lake wetlands]   
(Stems robust; leaves closely spaced, linear to terete, 4--11 mm long, somewhat fleshy, entire)
Myriophyllum pedunculatum subsp. longibracteolatum [swampy areas in heathland]
(Stems weak; leaves distant, filiform, mostly 15--22 mm long, often with 1 or 2 slender lobes)
Myriophyllum petraeum - Granite Myriophyllum [Strictly confined to ephemeral rock pools on granite outcrops]
Myriophyllum porcatum - Rigid Watermilfoil [swamp and lake wetlands] 
Myriophyllum propinquum (has been misapplied against M. crispatum, M. simulans & M. variifolium)   Myriophyllum salsugineum - Lake Watermilfoil [instream, swamp and lake wetlands] 
Myriophyllum simulans - Amphibious Watermilfoil [swamp and lake wetlands or more frequently, fully emergent on mud] 
Myriophyllum striatum - Striped Watermilfoil [damp situations on the banks of creeks and around waterholes]
Myriophyllum tillaeoides [aquatic or littoral-wet swamps]
Myriophyllum trachycarpum [near edges of pools and lakes, in slow-flowing streams] 
Myriophyllum triphyllum (Macquarie Island – Tasmania)
Myriophyllum variifolium - Varied Watermilfoil [swamp and lake wetlands; in still or slowly flowing water] 
Myriophyllum variifolium var. variifolium [swamp and lake wetlands; in still or slowly flowing water]
Myriophyllum variifolium var. microphyllum [swamp and lake wetlands; in still or slowly flowing water]
Myriophyllum verrucosum - Red Watermilfoil [seasonal, swamp and lake wetlands]



 



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