Tufted sedge; Elasaparna.
Cins adı Latince saz; tür adı ise Latince ileri taşınmış anlamına gelir.
THE IUCN Red List’e göre Asgari endişe altında tür sınıfı içindedir.
Cladus: Angiosperms | Monocots | Commelinids
Raunkiaer: Hemicryptophyte | Hydrophyte
Flora Pedemontana 2: 272. 1785. All.
Faydaları ve zararları
Bitkileri kullanmadan önce mutlaka bir uzmandan yardım alın.
Flora of Turkey
Subgen. Carex: Monoecious; spikes 2 or more, usually unisexual and ± dissimilar, terminal or upper male and lower lateral female, or sometimes terminal gynecandrous and similar to lateral female; inflorescence usually simple; cladoprophyll usually present; stigmas 2 or 3; nut trigonous to terete or biconvex to plano-convex.
Sect. Phacocystis: Caespitose or not, with or without creeping rhizomes. Male spikes 1 to several, 1 in terminal position (or terminal spike gynecandrous); female spikes few to several, ± cylindrical, usually dense, long-pedunculate to sessile, erect to pendent; lowest bract leaf-like, sheathless. Utric1es plano- to biconvex, membranous, inflated, glabrous; beak very short, truncate to emarginate. Stigmas 2. Nut lenticular.
Densely caespitose, forming tussocks; creeping rhizomes absent. Stems (40-)60-120 cm, sharply trigonous, Usually scabrid above, stiffly ereet; basal sheaths straw-coloured to pale brown, sharply keeled, aphyllous, to 12 cm, Shining, distinctly reticulate-fibrillose at margins. Leaves 2-5(-6) mm broad, greyish-green, Usually shorter than stems, flat to plicate, pruinose-tipped when young, scabrid on margins and main veins, papillose beneath, margins revolute when dry. Male spikes 1-2(-3), terminal to c. 5 cm, remainder smaller. Female spikes 2-4, cylindrical, 15-50(-65) mm, dense, often overlapping, subsessile, erect, often with sorne male flowers at top; lowest bract c. as long as its spike (sometimes longer but never exceeding inflorescence), ± erect. Female glumes c. as long as utricles or slightly shorter, lanceolate-elliptic, blackish-brown, ± acute to obtuse. Utricles usually in distinct rows, pale to dark greyish-green, often reddish or brownish above, narrowly elliptic to obovate-orbicular, 2.8- 4.3 mm, obscurely to rather distinctly veined, papillose at least at top, ripening and falling early; beak short (to 0.6 mm), truncate, dark brown or very pale green.
1. Stems to 120 cm, coarse; leaves to 4(-6) mm broad, prominently papillose beneath; female glumes often obtuse; utricles narrowly to broadly elliptic, greyish-green, with rather distinct but slender veins, flattened, greyish-green, distinctly papillose; beak pale, rather distinct subsp. elata Wet places, shores of lakes, nr s.l.-1110 m. Euro-Sib. element.
1. Stems to 80 cm, more slender; leaves to 3.5 mm broad, indistinctly papillose beneath; female glumes often acute; utricles obovate-orbicular to broadly elliptic, pale greyish-green, often purplish-brown above, veins obscure, biconvex, almost smooth; beak dark, indistinct subsp. omskiana Wet places, riversides, often in partial shade and on rather poor soil, 600-1500 m. Euro-Sib. element. IX:154.