Durbanville Nature Reserve – Hare Grass – 1


Tribolium uniolae is a sparsely tufted perennial grass with erect culms 100-600mm tall. Inflorescence, 10-70 mm long, is a spike with spikelet’s, 4-6mm long and arranged in two rows. It has relatively few leaves. The leaf sheath has long white hairs at the sheath mouth.

Tribolium uniolae flowers mainly from September to December.


Tribolium uniolae grows in disturbed places such as road reserves; often slopes in South Africa.

Hare Grass, Tribolium uniolae , Durbanville Nature Reserve, Durbanville, South Africa
  • Location: Durbanville Nature Reserve, Durbanville, South Africa
  • Date Taken: 2020-10-25
  • Camera: Canon EOS 7D Mark II
  • Lens: Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-200 mm 3-5.6 IS
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Image Quality: RAW
  • F-Stop: f/5.6
  • Exposure Time: 1/320 sec
  • ISO Speed: ISO-100
  • Focal Length: 200 mm
  • Metering Mode: Spot Metering
  • Handheld
  • Post Processing: Adobe Photoshop CS6
  • Photographer: Coreen Kuhn
  • Information: Guide to Grasses of Southern Africa by Frits van Oudtshoorn

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