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21 results for genus: Carex. section: [26d] Section 4.0 Phaestoglochin. More search options
FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CyperaceaeCarex aggregataGlomerate SedgeMesic to submesic forests and woodlands, fields, roadsides, other disturbed areas, especially over calcareous substrates.NY, ON, MN, and SD, south to nc. and nw. NC, TN, and OK.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex appalachicaAppalachian SedgeDry to mesic forests, rock outcrops.ME and ON south to w. SC, n. GA, and e. TN. First reported for SC by Hill & Horn (1997) and Gaddy (2014).image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex arkansanaArkansas SedgeBottomland forests, other wet forests and damp prairies, oak flatwoods, (in VA) in seasonally wet meadow in former railroad yard.Native range from s. IL, n. MO, and e. KS south through AR and OK to e. TX. See Simmons, Strong, & Parrish (2008) for additional information on the Virginia occurrence.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex austrinaSouthern SedgeDry calcareous prairies, meadows, and forests, also roadsides, apparently introduced eastwards with hay and/or seed mixes used for erosion control.Native from IA and NE south to LA and TX; more eastern occurrences are at least in part introduced. First reported for areas east of the Mississippi by Bryson et al. (1996). Reported for DE (Longbottom, Naczi, & Knapp 2016).image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex cephaloideaHeady SedgeForests over calcareous or other high pH substrates.NB, ON, and MN south to WV (Vanderhorst et al. 2019), OH, IN, IL, and IA.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex cephalophoraMesic to dry forests, especially oak-hickory forests.ME west to MN, south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex divulsaFields, pastures, disturbed areas.Native of Europe and w. Asia. Reported for Washington, DC, and MD.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex gravidaPregnant Sedge, Heavy SedgeDamp, mesic, or dry calcareous prairies, fields, pastures, roadsides.ON west to SK, south to TN, MS, AR, TX, and NM, rarely introduced eastward. Steury (1999) reported var. lunelliana as new to MD (Calvert County). Reported for DE (Longbottom, Naczi, & Knapp 2016).image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex leavenworthiiLeavenworth’s SedgeDry forests, especially in sandy soils.NY, ON, and NE south to Panhandle FL and TX. Reported for DE (Longbottom, Naczi, & Knapp 2016), and considered "likely non-native" there.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex mesochoreaMidland SedgeMesic to dry forests and woodlands, dry grassy areas.MA, ON, and NE south to GA, AL, and TX. First reported for South Carolina by Hill & Horn (1997).image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex muehlenbergii var. enervisMuhlenberg’s SedgeDry and often acidic woodlands and meadows.NH west to MN and NE, south to GA, AL, MS, and TX.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex muehlenbergii var. muehlenbergiiMuehlenberg’s SedgeDry to dry-mesic hammocks and woodlands.ME, ON, and MN south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex muricata ssp. lamprocarpaFields, pastures, lawns, disturbed areas.A European alien, with known occurrences south to e. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007) and MD.
CyperaceaeCarex perdentataSandstone SedgeThin soils over sandstone, granite, or limestone, juniper-hardwood woodlands.OK south to c. TX.
CyperaceaeCarex radiataEastern Star SedgeMesic to wet-mesic forests.NS west to MB, south to SC, AL, LA, and OK.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex retroflexaReflexed SedgeDry to mesic forests, especially over base-rich substrates.ME, MI and IA, south to n. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex roseaRosy SedgeDry to dry-mesic hardwood forests, especially over basic substrates.NS west to MB, south to FL Panhandle and TX.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex socialisLow Woodland SedgeBlackwater and brownwater swamp forests and bottomlands, forested seepage areas.Se. and sc. NC south to e. GA, west to e. TX, and north in the interior to s. IN, s. IL, and se. MO.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex sparganioidesBur-reed sedgeDry to moist, usually nutrient-rich forests.ME, ON, MN, and SD south to GA, AR, and KS.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex spicataPrickly SedgeFields, lawns, cracks in sidewalks.Native of Europe and w. Asia. Reported as south to s. NJ, n. DE, c. MD. VA reports said to be erroneous in FNA, but correct records have been recorded since. Undoubtedly more common than records indicate.image of plant
CyperaceaeCarex texensisTexas SedgeLawns, pastures, roadsides, usually weedy, especially in rocky or sandy soils.NY, OH, and KS south to FL and TX.image of plant

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