Carex bulbostylis facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCarex bulbostylis
Carex bulbostylis, known as the false hair sedge, is a species of sedge native to the southcentral and southeastern United States. It was first formally named by Kenneth Mackenzie in 1915. It is also known as the eastern narrowleaf sedge, thick style sedge, and globose sedge.
It has previously been treated as a variety of both Carex amphibola and Carex grisea.
Distribution and habitat
It grows in a variety of habitats, from prairies to deciduous forests, floodplains and their adjacent slopes, and disturbed areas such as roadsides and grazed meadows. It is commonly found in calcareous areas.
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