(Forster fil.) Sprengel
They are all perennials growing from short woody rhizomes, with simple, linear or narrowly lanceolate basal leaves which are often green but may be red or yellow depending on the species. The showy white trimerous flowers are open in spring and are followed by capsules opening by three valves which contain the numerous black seeds.
- Libertia caerulescens, endemic to Chile
- Libertia chilensis, endemic to Chile
- Libertia cranwelliae, endemic to New Zealand 
- Libertia edgariae, endemic to New Zealand 
- Libertia formosa, endemic to Chile and is naturalised in California
- Libertia grandiflora, endemic to New Zealand
- Liberta ixioides, endemic to New Zealand
- Libertia micrantha, endemic to New Zealand 
- Libertia mooreae, endemic to New Zealand 
- Libertia paniculata, endemic to Australia  - Branching Grass Flag
- Libertia peregrinans, endemic to New Zealand
- Libertia procera
- Libertia pulchella , native to New Guinea, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and New Zealand
- Libertia sessiliflora, Chile
- Blanchon, D.J. et al. (2002) A taxonomic revision of Libertia (Iridaceae) in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 40:437-456.
- Quattrocchi, Umberto (2006). CRC World Dictionary of Grasses, Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology 1. Taylor and Francis. p. 124.
- Manning, John; Goldblatt, Peter (2008). The Iris Family: Natural History & Classification. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press. pp. 215–16. ISBN 0-88192-897-6.
- "Libertia formosa". Flora of North America. www.efloras.org.
- "Libertia paniculata". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
- "Libertia pulchella". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
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