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This preliminary key for the identification of sedges, rushes and other simlar plants (Cyperaceae, Juncaceae, Juncaginaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae) deals with species that occur in Switzerland. It is based on numerous published identification keys and treatments of the respective plant groups, supplemented ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
Carex Working Group consists of three Oregon botanists fascinated by sedges and other difficult-to-identify plant groups. We came together in 1993 to map the distribution of Oregon's sedges and incorporated in 2002. After years of gathering data in the field and herbarium, we published The Atlas of ... [Information of the supplier]
This website contains more than 530 illustrations of Carex species created by Harry Charles Creutzburg for Kenneth Kent Mackenzie's (1940) North American Cariceae, two volumes edited by Harold William Rickett and published by the New York Botanical Garden. [Information of the supplier, modified]
This interactive visual identification key to the Carices (genera Carex, Cymophyllus, Kobresia; Cyperaceae) of North America requires Microsoft Silverlight and is best experienced with a scroll mouse to zoom-in on images. [Information of the supplier, modified]
The sedge family (Cyperaceae) numbers ca. 5000 species worldwide, making it the third largest family of monocots. The genus Carex L. comprises roughly 40% of the family by species, making it one of the largest genera of angiosperms. Carex species are ecologically important members of floodplain forests, ... [Information of the supplier]
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