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Published In: Beitráge zur Kenntniss der Cyperaceen 1: 48. 1888. (Beitr. Cyper.) Name publication detail

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Acceptance : Accepted
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Synonym Text: C. setigera D. Don var. schlagintweitiana (Boeck.) Kük. in Engler, Pflanzenr. IV.20, 38: 419. 1909; C. setigera var. humilis Nees in Wight, Contr. Bot. Ind.: 126. 1834.
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: April - July.
Type: Lectotype: India, Himachal Pradesh, Environs of Simla, 6000-7300 ft, 29.3.-10.4. 1856. Schlagintweit 5056 (BM!).
Habitat: Mountain slopes, 2000-3000 m.
Distribution: Distribution: From Pakistan to Himachal Pradesh, India.
Comment/Acknowledgements: For identity of the species, see also Noltie in Edinb. J. Bot. 50: 193. 1993.
Map Location: B-7 Hazara: Changla – Dunga Gali, 8000 ft, Nasir & Webster 5710 (RAW); Changla Gali, 8000-9000 ft, Stewart s.n. (RAW); Dunga Gali, Stewart 458 (RAW); 2 km S Dunga Gali, 2360 m, Kukkonen 6714 (H); Nathia Gali, 2550 m, Uotila 15732 (H); Kaghan Valley, Above Naddi, 2410 m, Schickhoff 199A (H); Kaghan Valley, Above Shogran, 2570 m, Schickhoff 285 (H); B-8/9 Kashmir: Deosai, Satpura La, 14000-15000 ft, Stewart 20181 (RAW); C-7 Murree, 7000-7500 ft, Trotter 15 (RAW); Stewart 1644 (RAW); Murree Pipe Line, Stewart 9563 (RAW); C-8 Patni Top, Jammu Srinagar road, 2200 m, Kukkonen 7042 (H).


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Tufted, 14-20 cm. Rhizome short, with stolons, which covered by to 15 mm, yellowish, strongly nerved scales. Stem ascending, obtusely trigonous, smooth. Leaves longer than stem; sheaths 40-50 mm, yellowish, light-brown or vinaceous, disintegrating into fibrous net, margin of scarious side concave; ligule c. 0.1 mm; blades 0.8-1.7 mm, involute or folded, adaxial margins setose, margins and keel scabrous towards apex. Inflorescence of 1 male and 1-2 female spikes, latter occasionally androgynous; bracts longer than inflorescence, lowest sheath to 12 mm. Male spikes 14-20 x 1-2 mm, narrowly fusiform, light brown; male glumes 3.4-3.8 x c. 0.8 mm, narrowly ovate, acute or with barbed arista to 0.5 mm, light brown, margins widely scarious. Female spikes 8-15 x 1-2.5 mm, with peduncle up to 20 mm, erect, light-brown to brown; female glumes 2.3-3 x 0.7-0.8 mm, ovate, obtuse to acute, brown, with wide scarious margins, midnerve barbed. Utricles c. 2.5 mm, ovoid, conspicuously setose, beak c. 0.5 mm, setose, bidentate. Stigmas 3. Nuts not seen.
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