Juncus effusus

Juncus effusus L., Sp. Pl. 326 1753. (syn: Juncus bogotensis Kunth; Juncus bogotensis var. compactus (Hoppe ex Mert. & W. D. J. Koch) Farw.; Juncus communis E. Mey.;  Juncus communis subsp. effusus (L.) Celak.; Juncus communis var. parviflorus Rouy; Juncus conglomeratus var. effusus (L.) Kostel.; Juncus conglomeratus subsp. laxus G. Mey.; Juncus effusus subsp. atratus Asch. […]

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Juncus inflexus

Juncus inflexus L., Sp. Pl. 326 1753. (syn: Juncus acutissimus (Buchenau) Adamson; Juncus angelisii Ten.; Juncus cyprius H.Linb.; Juncus deangelisii Bertol. [Invalid]; Juncus depauperatus Ten.; Juncus diaphragmarius Brot.; Juncus elatus Steud.; Juncus equisetosus Dumort.; Juncus glaucescens Laharpe; Juncus glaucus Sibth. [Illegitimate]; Juncus glaucus Ehrh. ex P.Gaertn., B.Mey. & Scherb. [Illegitimate]; Juncus glaucus var. acutissimus Buchenau; […]

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Juncus leucomelas ?

Juncus leucomelas Royle ex D.Don, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1: 10 1840. (syn: Juncus bhutanensis Satake) ?; Himalaya to C. China (as per WCSP) Rhizomes very short. Flower stems 3-15(-19)cm, densely tufted. Scale leaves reddish-brown. Stem leaves usually 2, sub-basal, upper part of stem leafless; blades linear, narrowed to subacute apex, which usually reaches 2/3 […]

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Juncus bufonius

Juncus bufonius L., Sp. Pl. 328 1753. (syn: Juncus aletaiensis K.F.Wu; Juncus bilineatus Gand.; Juncus bufonius var. alpinus Schur ……………..; Juncus bufonum Bubani [Illegitimate]; Juncus cespifolius Raf.; Juncus congestus S. Watson; Juncus creticus Raf.; Juncus divaricatus Gilib. [Invalid]; Juncus erythropodus V.I.Krecz.; Juncus fasciatus Lojac.; Juncus inaequalis Willd. ex E. Mey.; Juncus istriacus Gand.; Juncus juzepczukii V.I.Krecz. […]

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Juncus thomsonii

Juncus thomsonii Buchenau, Bot. Zeitung (Berlin) 25: 148 1867. (Syn: Juncus leucomelas var. thomsonii (Buchenau) Buchenau; Juncus thomsonii var. fulvus K.F.Wu);   JUN-kus — rush … Dave’s Botanarytom-SON-ee-eye — named for Dr Thomas Thomson, Scottish naturalist, superintendent of CBG … Dave’s Botanary commonly known as: Thomson’s rush Distribution: c Asia, Tibet, India, n-w Himalaya     […]

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Juncus species

  in Ritterhude in July 2010- Germany; Grass week Grass from ritterhude for ID – efloraofindia | Google Groups

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Juncus prismatocarpus ?

Juncus prismatocarpus R.Br. (Syn: Juncus indicus Royle ex Don; Juncus leschenaultii J. Gay ex La harpe; Juncus prismatocarpus var. leschenaultii (J.Gay ex La Harpe) Buchen.; Juncus wallichianus La Harpe) ?;     Flora of Uttarakhand- Grass4 for Id- JM : 5 posts by 4 authors. Wild Grass captured on 13/8/10 during the trek from Ghangaria (around […]

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