Carex teinogyna

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Carex teinogyna


Leaves subbasal, shorter to slightly longer than the stems, flat to conduplicate, stiff, long-attenuate, asperous especially in the upper part, 2-3(-4) mm wide. Inflorescence with 3-6 fascicles of 1-3 spikelets, narrow, 10-20 cm long, upper fascicles approximate, lower more distant.


Annam present, Asia-Temperate: China Southeast (Hunan present); Japan (Honshu present, Kyushu present, Shikoku present); Korea present, Asia-Tropical: Assam (Assam present), Atjeh present, Gajolands present, Japan present, Leuser present, Mt Kemiri present, N. Sumatra present, Quelpaert present, S. China present, Sangir Valley present, Tonkin present, Upper Burma present
Assam, Upper Burma, S. China (Hunan), Tonkin, Annam, Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu), Korea (Quelpaert); in Malesia: N. Sumatra (Atjeh: Leuser; Gajolands: Mt Kemiri and Sangir Valley).


Sometimes the glumes of the flowers cup-shaped, the margins connate in front.


Clarke 1894 – In: Fl. Br. Ind.: 705
Kuk. 1909: p. 602. – In: Pfl. R. Heft: f. 102 F-H ('teiogyna')
Boott 1962 – In: J. Fac. Sc. Un. Tokyo: 162
Koyama 1959 – In: Bot. Mag. Tokyo: 307
Raym. 1959 – In: Mem. Jard. Bot. Montreal: 59
Yoshikawa 1958: p. 246. – In: Ic. Jap. Carex: t. 123
Akiyama 1955: Car. Far East. Reg. Asia: 102: t. 80
Boott 1955 – In: Mem. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris n.s.: 146
Boeck. 1875 – In: Linnaea: 145
Ohwi 1936 – In: Mem. Coll. Sc. Kyoto Imp. Un.: 468
Boott 1940 – In: Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg: 320
Nelmes 1954 – In: Reinwardtia: 378