Diplopogon is a genus of Australian plants in the grass family. It was first described in 1810 by Robert Brown. As of 2017[update] it contains only a singles species, Diplopogon setaceus, found in southwestern Australia. It is similar to the genus Amphipogon, the only difference being the awns of the lemma. It grows in seasonally wet areas, swamps, and fringing watercourses from Nannup to Albany. It flowers in spring and early summer in a greyish head of multiple spikelets. References
^ Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families ^ Brown, Robert (1810). Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae. p. 176. ^ Australian Biological Resources Study (2002). Flora of Australia. 43. Csiro Publishing. p. 374. ^ Wheeler, Judith Roderick; Marchant, N.G.; Lewington, Margaret (2002). Flora of the South West: Bunbury, Augusta, Denmark. UWA Publishing. pp. 412–413.
Wd: Q2125375 EoL: 5845401 GBIF: 4122274 GRIN: 3802 IPNI: 17938-1 NCBI: 66019 Tropicos: 40032859