Herbarium specimen: Carex binervis
|Taxon:||Cyperaceae: Carex binervis Sm. ("Green-ribbed Sedge")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Cyperaceae: Carex binervis Sm. ("Green-ribbed Sedge")|
|Collected by:||Mr John Sadler|
|Collection date:||7/8/1874 Friday|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC92 South Aberdeenshire, Loch Kander, NO18, On wet turfy ground among rocky ledges above Loch Chandar (Caenn-mór) Aberdeenshire. On the left side (East) of the Loch at 2,550 feet above the sea level. In considerable quantity in one spot about 3 yards in length and 1½ feet broad., (altitude 2550ft)|
|Institution:||Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (E)|
|notes:||New to Britain. [see J. Bot. 1875, 13, p29]|
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Documented by xmhcman on 20th May 2016.