Carex bilateralis

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Carex bilateralis


Leaves shorter to longer than the stems, rigid, conduplicate, keeled, often flexuous at the long-attenuate top, scabrid, 1-2.5 mm wide when flattened out. Inflorescence with 4-6 fascicles of (1-)2-3(-5) spikelets, narrow, 5-15 cm long;


Asia-Tropical: New Guinea present, Carstensz Mts present, Lake Habbema present, Morobe Distr present, Mt Sarawaket present, Mt Wilhelmina present, SE. to E. Asia present, Star Mts present
Malesia: New Guinea (Carstensz Mts, Lake Habbema, Mt Wilhelmina, Star Mts in W., Morobe Distr., Mt Sarawaket in E.). SE. to E. Asia.


S. T. Blake 1951 – In: Reinwardtia: 354
Akiyama 1955: Car. Far East. Reg. Asia: 102
Ohwi 1936 – In: Mem. Coll. Sc. Kyoto Imp. Un.: 471
Koyama 1962 – In: J. Fac. Sc. Un. Tokyo: 163
Hayata 1916: p. 127. – In: Ic. Pl. Form.: f. 40 e-i
Nelmes 1951 – In: Reinwardtia: 356
Akiyama 1955: Car. Far East. Reg. Asia: 105: t. 84, f. 2
Nelmes 1949: Kew Bull.: 382