Herbarium specimen: Carex chordorrhiza
|Taxon:||Cyperaceae: Carex chordorrhiza L.f. ("String Sedge")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Cyperaceae: Carex chordorrhiza L.f. ("String Sedge")|
|Collected by:||Mr Anthony Clive Jermy|
Richard John Pankhurst
T K Power
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC73 Kirkcudbrightshire, Southwick, NX918563, Southwick Merse. In fresh water rivulets and marshy spots in upper reaches of Festuca - Poa subcaerulea meadow, close to sea in peaty ilt with water running through, (altitude 0ft)|
|Institution:||Natural History Museum (BM)|
|notes:||Female glumes purple brown whole plants young and ytricles not seen. Rhizome woody, thick|
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Documented by xmhcman on 5th March 2015.