Species commonly cultivated
Triglochin procerum R. Br. (southern Australia)
streams, rivers, and swamps
A cosmopolitan genus with around 30 species, of which about ten are aquatic. Triglochin dubium R. Br., from northern Australia, has narrower leaves than T. procerum and is not cultivated for aquaria or ponds. Triglochin microtuberosum Aston and T. multifructum Aston were formerly included in T. procerum R. Br.