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Herbarium specimen: Juncus articulatus

Taxon:Juncus articulatus L. ("Jointed Rush")
Filed in taxon folder:Juncus articulatus L. ("Jointed Rush")
Collected by:Mr Frederick Townsend
Collection date:6/1862
Locality:Great Britain, VC1 West Cornwall, Saint Martin's, SV91, sandy ground with Ophioglossum lusitanicum
ex herb:Mr Frederick Townsend
Institution:South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
Image:Juncus articulatus herbarium specimen from Saint Martin's, VC1 West Cornwall in 1862 by Mr Frederick Townsend.
collector's number:150-1-23
notes:[extensive ID A small form of Juncus lamprocarpus. Leaves comp----, several on the specimen, sepals nearly equal, outer longest, acute usually blunt? all falling short or just exceeding the capsule which is broadly ovate, & rostrate or apiculate. note]

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+Juncus articulatusGB, VC1 West Cornwall, Isles of Scilly,TrescoFrederick Townsend6/1862SLBI

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