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Last updated 3/17/2019 by Ben Legler.
Carex concinnoides Mack.[FNA23, HC, HC2, SPNW]
northwestern sedge, tetrastigmatic sedge

Publication: Bull. Torrey Bot. Club. 33: 440. 1906.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: WTU

Notes: FNA23: "Carex cocinnoides is the only North American sedge with four stigmas per pistil. It is most similar to C. richardsonii; differs in its more closely aggregated, short-pedunculate pistillate spikes with very short-sheathing bracts. These close relatives are sympatric only at the northern and eastern edge of the range of C. concinnoides."

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