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Documented by xmhcman following initial work by yh12kg on 4th August 2015.
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Added note: Not forming dense tufts but spreading pretty widely at the bottom of the pond|
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Deleted locality: GB, Not forming dense tufts but spreading pretty widely at the bottom of the pond|
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Added locality: GB VC14 Wellingham, Pond towards Wellingham TQ4313 (place)|
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Added collection date: 27/5/1848 |
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Added attribute collector's number: 24912|
|04/08/2015||xmhcman||Added collector: Joseph Woods|
|12/02/2016||stephen lemon||Deleted determination (orig): Carex elata|
|12/02/2016||stephen lemon||Added determination (uncertain): Carex nigra x elata = C. x turfosa on 12/2/2016|
|12/02/2016||stephen lemon||Added determination (orig): Carex elata|
|12/02/2016||stephen lemon||Added determiner: Stephen Lemon|
|12/02/2016||stephen lemon||Added determiner's note: The habit described, the inflorescence and the bracts strongly suggest a Carex nigra hybrid.|
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- stephen lemon wrote
- This is worth someone following up with an examination of the actual specimen.