Carex Pauciflora Lightfoot, p. 3




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54 55 Carex pauciflora, Lightfoot.

Syn. C. leucoglochin [Ehrh?].

Spikes few=flowered, staminate above and pistillate
below; stigmas three; sterile flowers but one or two;
perigynia awl=shaped, reflexed, straw=colored; scale;
deciduous; leaves very narrow, shorter than the
culm, sub=radical, linear. Grows from 3 to 8 inches
high. Flowers in June. Marshes.

Jefferson county Ohio. Extends east to New England. A native also of

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