| Author||K. Bakker|
|Journal||Flora Malesiana - Series 1, Spermatophyta|
|Abstract||The delimitation of the family as it is now generally accepted has been liable to changes. Moreover, representatives of other families have occasionally been confused with Restionaceae.|
In habit Restionaceae are very like Cyperaceae, specially Rhynchosporoideae, and grow in similar habitats. They can be distinguished from the latter by open leaf-sheaths, the pendent, apically inserted ovules, and the absence of peculiar ‘cone-cells’ in the epidermis (‘Kegel-Zellen’, cf. KÜKENTHAL in Fedde, Rep. 53, 1944, 89).
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