New York Metropolitan Flora

Genus: Carex

Carex lurida

By Steven D. Glenn

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 07/19/2013

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Nomenclature

Carex Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 972. 1753.

List of Carex Species

Carex blanda Carex bullata Carex bushii Carex buxbaumii Carex caroliniana Carex cephalophora Carex collinsii Carex comosa Carex conoidea Carex crinita Carex debilis Carex folliculata Carex frankii Carex gracillima Carex grayi Carex gynandra Carex hirsutella Carex hystericina Carex intumescens Carex lacustris Carex laevivaginata Carex lasiocarpa Carex laxiculmis Carex lupulina Carex lurida Carex amphibola Carex annectens Carex appalachica Carex barrattii Carex pallescens Carex pellita Carex plantaginea Carex platyphylla Carex prasina Carex radiata Carex rosea Carex seorsa Carex silicea Carex squarrosa Carex stipata Carex striata var. brevis Carex stricta Carex swanii Carex tonsa Carex torta Carex trisperma Carex typhina Carex venusta Carex vesicaria Carex vestita Carex virescens Carex vulpinoidea Carex mitchelliana Carex kobomugi Carex macrocephala Carex sylvatica Carex bromoides Carex extensa Carex formosa Carex davisii Carex aestivalis Carex arctata Carex sprengelii Carex alopecoidea Carex conjuncta Carex prairea Carex diandra Carex siccata Carex deweyana Carex haydenii Carex nigra Carex aquatilis Carex limosa Carex magellanica ssp. irrigua Carex flacca Carex aurea Carex polymorpha Carex hirtifolia Carex scabrata Carex livida Carex panicea Carex meadii Carex woodii Carex tetanica Carex crawei Carex granularis Carex complanata Carex acutiformis Carex trichocarpa Carex hirta Carex tuckermanii Carex utriculata Carex retrorsa Carex baileyi Carex schweinitzii Carex pseudocyperus Carex louisianica Carex lupuliformis Carex shortiana Carex cryptolepis Carex viridula Carex flava Carex pedunculata Carex eburnea Carex willdenowii Carex backii Carex jamesii Carex leptalea Carex exilis Carex atlantica Carex echinata Carex sterilis Carex interior Carex pensylvanica Carex deflexa Carex umbellata Carex communis Carex lucorum Carex peckii Carex nigromarginata Carex albicans Carex reznicekii Carex oligosperma Carex retroflexa Carex secalina

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References to Carex

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