Carex maubertiana

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Carex maubertiana


Leaves of normal length only in the upper half of the stem, exceeding the inflorescence, flattish to strongly revolute, stiff, greyish green, asperous above towards the long-attenuated apices, 3-7 mm wide, merging above into the foliaceous lower bracts and below into short-bladed to bladeless, purplish, rather tight sheaths;


Annam present, Asia-Temperate, Asia-Tropical: New Guinea present; Sumatera (Sumatera present), Atjeh present, Berouw present, Besuki present, E. Borneo present, Himalaya present, Hupeh present, Morobe Distr present, Mt Has Mapulu present, Mt Kerintji present, Priangan present, W. and E. Java present, near Bulolo present
Himalaya, Annam, China (Hupeh); in Malesia: Sumatra (Atjeh; W. Coast Res.: Mt Kerintji), W. and E. Java (Priangan; Besuki), E. Borneo (Berouw: Mt Has Mapulu), New Guinea (Morobe Distr., near Bulolo).
Distr. map in .


Kern 1968 – In: Back. & Bakh.f., Fl. Java 3: 489
Kuk. 1909 – In: Pfl. R. Heft: 745
Raym. 1959 – In: Mem. Jard. Bot. Montreal: 87
Nelmes 1951 – In: Reinwardtia: 408
Koyama 1955 – In: Act. Phytotax. Geobot.: 39
Clarke 1904 – In: J. Linn. Soc. Bot.: 297
Camus 1922: p. 200. – In: Fl. Gen. I.-C.: f. 29, 5-8