Carex pediformis

Carex pediformis is a species of sedge (genus Carex), native to Eurasia, from Eastern Europe to Korea.[2] It is a forest-steppe specialist.[3]

Carex pediformis
In the botanical garden of Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Scientific classification Edit this classification
Kingdom:Plantae
Clade:Tracheophytes
Clade:Angiosperms
Clade:Monocots
Clade:Commelinids
Order:Poales
Family:Cyperaceae
Genus:Carex
Species:
C. pediformis
Binomial name
Carex pediformis
C.A.Mey[1]
Synonyms[2]
List
    • Bitteria pediformis (C.A.Mey.) Fedde & J.Schust.
    • Carex aneurocarpa V.I.Krecz.
    • Carex austroussuriensis A.E.Kozhevn.
    • Carex ayouensis X.Y.Mao & Y.C.Yang
    • Carex chamissoi Boeckeler
    • Carex floribunda (Korsh.) Meinsh.
    • Carex hankaensis Kitag.
    • Carex kirilovii Turcz.
    • Carex macroura Meinsh.
    • Carex macroura subsp. kirilovii (Turcz.) Malyschev
    • Carex obliqua Turcz.
    • Carex pellucida Turcz. ex Boott
    • Carex supermascula V.I.Krecz.
    • Carex sutchanensis Kom.
    • Carex woroschilovii A.E.Kozhevn.

Subtaxa

The following varieties are currently accepted:[2]

  • Carex pediformis var. macroura (Meinsh.) Kük.
  • Carex pediformis var. pediformis
  • Carex pediformis var. pedunculata Maxim.
  • Carex pediformis var. setifolia Kük.

References


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