Vascular Plants

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Global Carex Group (2015), Making Carex monophyletic (Cyperaceae, tribe Cariceae): a new broader circumscription. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 179 : 1-42 (Paper) Global Carex Group Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Carex austrocompacta K.L.Wilson
  2. Carex austroflaccida K.L.Wilson
  3. Carex austrosulcata K.L.Wilson
  4. Carex austrotenella K.L.Wilson
  5. Carex cheesemanniana (Boeckeler) K.A.Ford
  6. Carex compacta (R.Br.) Poir.
  7. Carex debilior (F.Muell.) K.L.Wilson
  8. Carex edura K.A.Ford
  9. Carex erebus K.A.Ford
  10. Carex nemoralis (K.L.Wilson) K.L.Wilson
  11. Carex parvispica K.A.Ford
  12. Carex riparia (R.Br.) Poir.
  13. Carex subtilis K.A.Ford
  14. Carex tenella (R.Br.) Poir.
  15. Carex umbricola K.L.Wilson
  16. Uncinia cheesemanniana Boeckeler
  17. Uncinia clarkei Petrie
  18. Uncinia compacta R.Br.
  19. Uncinia compacta var. nervosa (Boott) C.B.Clarke
  20. Uncinia debilior F.Muell.
  21. Uncinia divaricata Boott
  22. Uncinia elegans (Kük. ex Cheeseman) Hamlin
  23. Uncinia filiformis var. debilior (F.Muell.) W.R.B.Oliv.
  24. Uncinia flaccida S.T.Blake
  25. Uncinia hookeri Boott
  26. Uncinia macrolepis var. elegans (Kük. ex Cheeseman) Kük.
  27. Uncinia nemoralis K.L.Wilson
  28. Uncinia nervosa Boott
  29. Uncinia riparia R.Br.
  30. Uncinia riparia var. hookeri (Boott) Kük.
  31. Uncinia sinclairii Boott ex Hook.f.
  32. Uncinia sinclairii var. elegans Kük. ex Cheeseman
  33. Uncinia sulcata K.L.Wilson
  34. Uncinia tenella R.Br.
  35. Uncinia tenella var. robustior Kük.

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