Author: Jan Scholten
Names: Sedges; Cypergrass.
In the Apg3 classification Cyperaceae is a member of Poales.
In the Plant theory Poales is split into 3 groups: Cyperaceae, Poaceae and Bromeliaceae. Cypercaeae, with 120 genera, are Subphase 1 of the Commelinoids. Cyperaceae is treated as one family together with 9 other families of Poales, as shown below. They form a monophyletic clade within Poales as defined in the Apg3 classification, with the exception of Typhaceae, that stands apart.
Cypercaeae: 120 genera.
Ecdeiocoleaceae: Ecdeiocolea, Georgeantha.
Juncaceae: Distichia, Juncus, Luzula, Marsippospermum, Oxychloe, Patosia, Rostkovia.
Rapateaceae: Amphiphyllum, Cephalostemon, Duckea, Epidryos, Guacamaya, Kunhardtia, Marahuacaea, Maschalocephalus, Monotrema, Phelpsiella, Potarophytum, Rapatea, Saxo-fridericia, Saxofridericia, Schoenocephalium, Spathanthus, Stegolepis, Windsorina.
Thurniaceae: Prionium, Thurnia.
Typhaceae: Sparganium, Typha.
Xyridaceae: Abolboda, Achlyphila, Aratitiyopea, Orectanthe, Xyris.
They feel they should be part of their family but often they can feel like an outsider in their own family. They can feel like a stranger in their own house. They feel they are merely tolerated by their own children and wife.
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