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Last updated 5/17/2021 by Kevin Armitano.
Carex nebrascensis Dewey[FNA23, HC, HC2, SPNW]
Nebraska sedge

Publication: Amer. J. Sci. Arts, ser. 2. 18: 102. 1854.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: WTU

Notes: FNA23: "Carex nebrascensis is a common low- to mid-elevation western species that is morphologically somewhat similar to C. aquatilis; it differs in the obovoid, distended, veined perigynia with a bidentate beak and the awned scales. The amphistomatous leaves of the species are glabrous and often glaucous even when mature. Cattle frequently graze on C. nebrascensis."

References: (none)

Synonyms & Misapplied Names:
Carex jamesii Torr.
Carex nebrascensis Dewey var. eruciformis Suksd.
Carex nebrascensis Dewey var. praevia L.H. Bailey
Carex nebrascensis Dewey var. ultriformis L.H. Bailey