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rmwalls



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2009 7:07 pm    Post subject: Feedback request: Carex spicata (12884) Reply with quote

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Specimen #269916

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex spicata Huds. ("Spiked Sedge")
named by R W David 12/3/1976

discussion, not det.

Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex spicata Huds. ("Spiked Sedge")
Collected by:Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
Collection date:11/6/1922
Locality:Great Britain, VC6 North Somerset, Whitchurch, ST66, laneside
ex herb:Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)
Image:Carex spicata herbarium specimen from Whitchurch, VC6 North Somerset in 1922 by Mr Harold Stuart Thompson.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers
notes:lengthy discussion on the sheet

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by rmwalls on 8th January 2009.

Edit history

dateuserchange
03/09/2016chrisuDeleted locality: GB VC6 Whitchurch
03/09/2016chrisuAdded locality: GB VC6 Whitchurch, laneside
03/09/2016chrisuAdded collector: Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
03/09/2016chrisuDeleted determiner's note: discussion, not det.
03/09/2016chrisuAdded determiner's note: discussion, not det.

N.B. reporting of the edit history is currently fairly unclear and misleading. Most edits made to specimens appear as a pair of 'add' and 'delete' entries, which may not be together in the list. There are also often 'minor' edits, which are made automatically (rather than due to user activity), for example to merge synonym names.

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rmwalls wrote
This could be the hybrid C.x haussknechtii, or any other witin the group. The two specimens could be different; the long bracted one being C.x pseudaxillaris, although the infl is shorter than one would expect.


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