Flora of New York/Juncaceae

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Poales (1)
Typhaceae, Eriocaulaceae, Xyridaceae
Flora of New York — Poales (2) : Juncaceae
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Family Juncaceae[edit]

The rush family (Juncaceae) in New York consists of the rushes (Juncus) and the woodrushes (Luzula).

Genus Luzula[edit]

The genus Luzula (woodrush). The classification used here for Luzula the one used by the Database of Vascular Plants of Canada (VASCAN), which cites Kirschner et al. (2002)[1] for subgenera and section assignments.

Luzula subg. Luzula[edit]

Luzula subg. Luzula sect. Anthelaea[edit]

Luzula sect. Anthelaea Griseb. (1846) contains about ten species, originating primarily in southwestern Europe, the Alps, and Macaronesia. Of these, only Luzula luzuloides has been reported outside of cultivation in New York.

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Anthelaea
Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Anthelaea Woodrush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
 (Lam.) Dandy & Wilmott
ssp. luzuloides

1776. Juncus nemorosus Pollich
1787. Juncus luzula Krock. nom. illeg.
1789. Juncus luzuloides Lam.
1791. Juncus albidus Hoffm.
1805. Luzula albida (Hoffm.) DC.
1849. Luzula nemorosa E.Mey.
1891. Juncoides nemorosa (Pollich) Kuntze
1938. Luzula luzuloides Dandy & Wilmott
Forest woodrush,
Oak-forest woodrush,
White woodrush

Luzule blanche,
Luzule des bois,
Luzule des bosquets
Introduced from
 Europe
Luzula luzuloides (8336768327).jpg
Luzula luzuloides ssp luzuloides nymap.svg
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Luzula subg. Luzula sect. Diprophyllatae[edit]

Luzula sect. Diprophyllatae Satake (1938) contains about 12 species worldwide. Only one of those, Luzula parviflora, has been collected in New York. The New York Flora Atlas currently lists this taxon only at the species level, naming ssp. melanocarpa as a synonym. But a number of recent sources, inluding Kirschner (2002), list fastigiata, melanocarpa and parviflora as acceped subspecies of L. parviflora. Of these, only ssp. melanocarpa has a range that includes New York.[1]

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Diprophyllatae
Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Diprophyllatae Woodrush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
 (Ehrh.) Desv.
ssp. melanocarpa (Michx.) Hämet-Ahti

1803. Juncus melanocarpus Michx.
1808. Luzula melanocarpa (Michx.) Desv.
1880. L. parviflora var. melanocarpa
1911. Juncoides parviflora ssp. melanocarpa
1971. L. parviflora ssp. melanocarpa
Small-flowered rush,
Smallflowered woodrush,
Black-fruited woodrush

Luzule à fruits noirs
Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Luzula parviflora 1213030.jpg
Luzula parviflora nymap.svg
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Luzula subg. Luzula sect. Alpinae[edit]

Luzula sect. Alpinae Chrtek & Křísa (1974) contains about 20 Arctic and high-mountain species from around the world. Of these, Luzula spicata is found only in North America, including the high-peaks of New York.

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Alpinae
Luzulasect. Alpinae[1] Woodrush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
 (L.) DC.

1753. Juncus spicatus L.
1805. Luzula spicata (L.) DC.
1823. Luzula spicata E.Mey var. compacta
1891. Juncoides spicata (L.) Kuntze
1906. Luzula compacta Dalla Torre & Sarnth.
1912. Luzula spicata Krylov var. relaxa
Spiked wood-rush

Luzule en épi
Native,
Endangered
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Luzula spicata nymap.svg
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Luzula subg. Luzula sect. Luzula[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Luzulasubg. Luzulasect. Luzula
Luzulasect. Luzula Woodrush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
(Ehrh.) Lej.

1790. Juncus campestris Ehrh.
var. multiflorus
1791. Juncus multiflorus Ehrh.
1811. Luzula multiflora (Ehrh.) Lej.
Common woodrush,
Many-flowered woodrush,
Field woodrush
Native,
Secure
Luzula multiflora 001.jpg
Luzula multiflora nymap.svg

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 Luzula multiflora
ssp. multiflora (Ehrh.) Lej.

1790. Juncus campestris Ehrh.
var. multiflorus
1791. Juncus multiflorus Ehrh.
1811. Luzula multiflora (Ehrh.) Lej.
Common woodrush,
Many-flowered woodrush,
Field woodrush
Native,
Secure
Luzula multiflora.jpeg
Luzula multiflora ssp multiflora nymap.svg
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 Luzula multiflora
ssp. frigida (Buchenau) V.I.Krecz.

1898. L. campestris Buchenau var. frigida
1918. Luzula frigida Sam. ex Lindm.
1928. Luzula multiflora V.I.Krecz.
ssp. frigida
1937. Luzula multiflora Sam. ex Hultén
ssp. frigida
Common woodrush Native,
Unranked
Luzula multiflora kz2.JPG
Luzula multiflora ssp frigida nymap.svg
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 (Small) F.J.Herm.

1901. Juncoides echinatum Small
1913. L. campestris Fernald.. var. echinata
Fernald & Wiegand
1938. Luzula echinata (Small) F.J.Herm.
1938. Luzula echinata F.J.Herm.
var. mesochorea
1970. L. multiflora Mohlenbr. var. echinata
Woodrush,
Hedgehog woodrush
Native,
Rare
Hedgehog Woodrush - Flickr - treegrow (2).jpg
Luzula echinata nymap.svg
NYFA-3
USDA-N0
NEW 

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(Alph.Wood) Smyth & L.C.Smyth

1868. Luzula campestris Alph.Wood
var. bulbosa
1901. Juncoides bulbosum Small
1912. Luzula bulbosa Smyth & L.C.Smyth
1938. L. multiflora F.J.Herm. var. bulbosa
Southern woodrush,
Bulb woodrush,
Bulbous wood-rush
Native,
Rare
Luzula bulbosa nymap.svg
NYFA-3
USDA-N0
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 Sw.

1812. Juncus pallescens Wahlenb. illeg.
1814. Luzula pallescens Sw.
1822. Luzula pallescens Besser illeg.
1823. Luzula campestris Wahlenb. illeg.
var. pallescens
1844. Luzula multiflora (Sw.) W.D.J.Koch
var. pallescens
1990. Luzula pallidula Kirschner
Pale European woodrush,
Eurasian woodrush,
Fen woodrush
Introduced from
 N Eurasia[1][2]
Luzula pallescens Simo, Finland 22.06.2013.jpg
Luzula pallescens nymap.svg
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  1. Jan Kirschner (2002) "Juncaceae 1: Rostkovia to Luzula." Species Plantarum: Flora of the World. Part 6.
  2. NYFA lists Luzula pallidula (a syn. of Luzula pallescens) as as native of New York, but other souces don't specifically include North America in its native range.

Luzula subg. Pterodes[edit]

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Luzulasubg. Pterodes
Luzulasubg. Pterodes Woodrush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
 Raf.
var. acuminata

1829. Luzula pilosa var. americana
1840. L. acuminata Raf.
1903. L. saltuensis Fernald
1910. Juncoides saltuensis A.Heller
1938. L. carolinae var. saltuensis
1967. L. pilosa var. saltuensis
Hairy woodrush,
Sharp-pointed woodrush

Luzule acuminée
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Luzula acuminata (April 2012).jpg
Luzula acuminata var acuminata nymap.svg
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var. carolinae (S.Watson) Fernald

1879. Luzula carolinae S.Watson
1891. Juncoides carolinae Kuntze
1944. L. acuminata var. carolinae
1979. L. pilosa var. carolinae
2001. L. acuminata ssp. carolinae
Carolina woodrush,
Hairy woodrush
Native,
Excluded
Luzula acuminata var carolinae BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
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Genus Juncus[edit]

The genus Juncus (rush) ...

Juncus subg. Juncus[edit]

J. Kirschner et al., "Juncaceae 2: Juncus subg. Juncus," Species Plantarum: Flora of the World Part 7: 1-336 (2002).

Juncus sect. Graminifolii[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Juncussect. Graminifolii
Juncussect. Graminifolii Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 Rostk.

1801. Juncus marginatus Rostk.
1866. J. marginatus Engelm. var. vulgaris
1903. Juncus setosus (Coville) Small
Grassleaf rush,
Grass-leaved rush

Jonc marginé
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus marginatus NRCS-1.jpg
Juncus marginatus nymap.svg
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 Elliott

1817. Juncus biflorus Elliott
1824. J. marginatus Torr. var. odoratus
1860. J. marginatus Chapm. var. biflorus
1903. J. aristulatus Small var. biflorus
 auct. Juncus aristulatusnon Michx. (1803)
Bog rush,
Large grass-leaved rush
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[1]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus biflorus NRCS-1.jpg
Juncus biflorus nymap.svg
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Note: [2]
  1. New York Natural Heritage Program. 2016. Online Conservation Guide for Juncus biflorus. Endangered, S1/G5.
  2. Flora of North America includes J. biflorus under J. marginatus, while Knapp & Naczi (2008), NRCS, ITIS, and NYFA all keep them separate, pending further research.
Juncus sect. Iridifolii[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Juncussect. Iridifolii
Juncussect. Iridifolii Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 Wikstr.
var. ensifolius

1823. Juncus ensifolius Wikstr.
Ensiform rush,
Swordleaf rush,
Sword-leaved rush,
Dagger-leaved rush

Jonc à épées
Introduced from
 temperate E Asia,
 W N. America,
N. America native
Juncusensifolius.jpg
Juncus ensifolius var ensifolius nymap.svg
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Juncus sect. Juncus[edit]

The only member of the Juncus section collected in New York was Juncus maritimus, a Eurasian species, found within the years 1880 to 1903 in Brooklyn. These have been the only vouchered reports of this species in North America.

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Juncussect. Juncus''
Juncussect. Juncus Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 Lam.

1789. Juncus maritimus Lam.
Sea rush,
Seaside rush

Jonc maritime
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 Macaronesia,
Impersistent,
Likely extirpated

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus maritimus.jpeg
Juncus maritimus nymap.svg
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Juncus sect. Stygiopsis[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Juncussect. Stygiopsis
Juncussect. Stygiopsis Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 L.
ssp. americanus (Buchenau) Hultén

1890. J. stygius Buchenau var. americanus
1943. J. stygius Hultén ssp. americanus
American moor rush,
American bog rush,
Marsh rush

Jonc des tourbières,
Jonc d’Amérique
Native,
No recent reports,
Endangered
Juncus stygius BB-1913.png
Juncus stygius ssp americanus nymap.svg
NYFA-Z
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Juncus sect. Ozophyllum[edit]

Juncus sect. Ozophyllum Dumort. (1827), the largest Juncus section, with about 84 species worldwide,[1] is well represented in New York, with about 15 mostly-native species. Four of these are considered endangered in the state. One member, Juncus diffusissimus, is considered to be a native to the south-central United States, and has only recently been discovered on Long Island.[2]

Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Juncussect. Ozophyllum
Juncussect. Ozophyllum Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 Michx.

1803. Juncus acuminatus Michx.
1861. Juncus pondii A.W.Wood
1867. J. acuminatus var. legitimus
1880. J. pallescens E.Mey.
non Lam. 1789
Sharp-fruit rush,
Sharp-fruited rush,
Tapertip rush,
Knotty-leaved rush

Jonc à tépales acuminés
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus acuminatus NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
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 L.
ssp. articulatus

1753. Juncus articulatus L.
1785. J. aquaticus (L.) All.
1796. J. stolonifer Wohll.
1800. J. lampocarpus Ehrh. ex Hoffm.
1867. J. articulatus var. obtusatus
Jointed rush,
Jointleaf rush

Jonc articulé,
Jonc à fruits luisants
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
JuncusArticulatus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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(Engelm.) Buchenau

1867. Juncus canadensis
var. brachycephalus
1890. Juncus brachycephalus Buchenau
Small-head rush,
Short-headed rush

Jonc à têtes courtes,
Jonc à tête courte
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus brachycephalus NRCS-002 4x3.jpg
Nymap.svg
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(Engelm.) Fernald

1866. Juncus canadensis Engelm.
var. brevicaudatus
1900. J. tweedyi Rydb.
1904. J. brevicaudatus Fernald
Narrow-panicled rush,
Narrow-panicle rush,
Short-tailed rush

Jonc brévicaudé
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus brevicaudatus BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
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J.Gay ex LaHarpe

1825. Juncus canadensis
J.Gay ex Laharpe
Canada rush,
Canadian rush

Jonc du Canada
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus canadensis NRCS-002 4x3.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 L.

1762. Juncus nodosus L.
1822. Juncus rostkovii E.Mey.
1944. Juncus nodosus F.J.Herm.
var. meridionalis
Knotted rush,
Jointed rush

Jonc noueux
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus nodosus BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
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 E.Mey.

1823. Juncus pelocarpus E.Mey.
1856. J. articulatus var. pelocarpus
1860. J. abortivus Chapm.
1866. J. pelocarpus var. crassicaudex
1921. J. pelocarpus var. sabulonensis
Brownfruit rush,
Brown-fruited rush

Jonc à fruits bruns
Native,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus pelocarpus BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
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 Chaix

 auct. J. alpinusnon Vill.
    J. alpinus Vill ssp. nodulosus
Alpine rush,
Northern green rush

Jonc alpin,
Jonc des Alpes
Native,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus alpinoarticulatus Sturm13.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4
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Note: [3]
Bigelow (1824)

Bayonet rush,
Jointed bog rush
Native,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus militaris BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
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 Coville

1843. J. nodosus var. megacephalus
1862. J. megacephalus Alph.Wood (i)
1895. J. torreyi Coville
Torrey's rush,
Torrey rush

Jonc de Torrey
Native,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus torreyi NRCS-001 4x3.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can
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(Engelm.) Coville & S.F. Blake

Woods-rush,
Woodland rush,
Engelmann's rush

Jonc subcaudé
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[4]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus subcaudatus NRCS-001.jpg
Juncus subcaudatus nymap.svg
NYFA-1
USDA-NN
NEW Can

FNA 



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 Engelm.

Short-fruited rush,
Whiteroot rush
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[5]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus brachycarpus NRCS-1.jpg
Juncus brachycarpus nymap.svg
NYFA-1
USDA-NN
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Weak rush Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[6]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus debilis BB-1913.png
Juncus debilis nymap.svg
NYFA-1
USDA-N0
NEW 





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 Lam.

1789. Juncus scirpoides Lam.
Needlepod rush Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[7]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus scirpoides NRCS-002.jpg
Juncus scirpoides nymap.svg
NYFA-1
USDA-N0






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 Buckley

Slimpod rush,
Slim-podded rush,
Slim-fruited rush
Introduced from
 southern US,
 midwestern US,
N. America native

Perennial,
Graminoid
Juncus diffusissimus BB-1913.png
Juncus diffusissimus nymap.svg
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Note: [2]

Juncus subg. Agathryon[edit]

Juncus sect. Juncotypus[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Agathryonsect. Juncotypus
Juncussect. Juncotypus Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 6
 Willd.
ssp. littoralis (Engelm.) Snogerup

1866. J. balticus Engelm. var. littoralis
1878. J. arcticus (Willd.) Trautv. var. balticus
1931. Juncus litorum Rydb.
1953. J. arcticus (Willd.) Hyl. ssp. balticus
1962. J. arcticus Hultén ssp. littoralis
1979. J. arcticus B.Boivin var. littoralis
2002. J. balticus Snogerup ssp. littoralis
Baltic rush,
Shoreline rush,
Mountain rush

Jonc des rivages
Native,
Secure
Juncus balticus NRCS-1.jpg
Juncus balticus ssp littoralis nymap.svg
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 L.

1753. Juncus filiformis L.
Thread rush

Jonc filiforme
Native,
Secure
Juncus filiformis Sturm8.jpg
Juncus filiformis nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
FNA Trop.
NSE BNA
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 Laharpe

1825. Juncus pylaei Laharpe
1910. Juncus effusus Fernald & Wiegand
var. pylaei
1921. Juncus effusus Fernald
var. costulatus
Common rush,
Soft rush
Native,
Secure
Juncus effusus near Smrkovice, part of Pisek in 2011 (1).JPG
Juncus pylaei nymap.svg
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 L.
 ssp. solutus
(Fernald & Wiegand) Hämet-Ahti

1910. Juncus effusus Fernald & Wiegand
var. solutus
1936. Juncus griscomii Fernald
1980. Juncus effusus Hämet-Ahti
ssp. solutus
Common rush,
Soft rush
Native,
Secure
Juncus effusus near Smrkovice, part of Pisek in 2011 (4).JPG
Juncus effusus ssp solutus nymap.svg
NYFA-5
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 L.

1753. Juncus conglomeratus L.
1819. Juncus communis (L.) E.Mey.
var. conglomeratus
1867. Juncus effusus (L.) Engelm.
var. conglomeratus
1931. Juncus effusus H.St.John
var. caeruleomontanus
 auct. Juncus effusus
var. compactusnon Lej. & Courtois
Compact rush,
Bunch-flowered soft rush
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 NW Africa
Juncus conglomeratus (9475791232).jpg
Juncus conglomeratus nymap.svg
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 L.

1753. Juncus inflexus L.
1794. Juncus glaucus Ehrh. ex Sibth.
1813. Juncus tenax Poir.
1813. Juncus tenax Poir. var. glaucus
1825. Juncus glaucescens Laharpe
Blue rush,
European meadow rush

Jonc courbé
Introduced from
 Africa,
 Eurasia
Juncus inflexus01.jpg
Juncus inflexus nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-XX

ARS 
FNA Trop.



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Juncus sect. Steirochloa[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Agathryonsect. Steirochloa
Juncussect. Steirochloa Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 Willd.

1799. Juncus tenuis Willd.
1800. Juncus gracilis Sm. nom. illeg.
1803. Juncus bicornis Michx.
1821. Juncus macer Gray
1824. Juncus gesneri Sm. nom. illeg.
1828. J. tenuis E.Mey. var. bicornis
1828. J. tenuis E.Mey. var. multicornis
1835. J. tenuis P.Fourn. ssp. bicornis
1841. Juncus smithii Kunth nom. illeg.
Path rush,
Slender rush,
Poverty rush

Jonc grêle,
Jonc ténu
Native,
Secure
Juncus.tenuis4.-.lindsey.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can





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(Wiegand) R.E.Brooks

1900. J. tenuis Wiegand var. anthelatus
1930. J. macer Fernald var. anthelatus
1938. J. macer F.J.Herm. fo. anthelatus
1938. J. macer F.J.Herm. fo. discretiflorus
1945. J. tenuis Fernald fo. discretiflorus
1999. Juncus anthelatus R.E.Brooks
Wiegand's rush,
Greater poverty rush,
Giant path rush

Jonc branchu
Native,
Unlisted
Juncus anthelatus NRCS-001.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-0
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ITIS
FNA Trop.



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 Wiegand

J. tenuis var. dudleyiJ. tenuis var. uniflorus
Dudley's rush Native,
Secure
Juncus dudleyi BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 Loisel.
var. gerardii

Black-grass rush,
Saltmeadow rush,
Saltmarsh rush
Native,
Secure
Juncus gerardii bluete.jpeg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 Oakes & Tuck.

Greene's rush Native,
Secure
Juncus greenei BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 P.Beauv. ex Poir.

Lopsided rush,
Secund rush
Native,
Likely secure
Juncus secundus NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 Elliott

Forked rush Native,
Vulnerable
Juncus dichotomus NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-3?
USDA-N0
NEW 





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 L.

Highland rush Native,
Threatened
Juncus trifidus (Dreiblatt-Simse) IMG 2661.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-2
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 Guss.

    J. bufonius var. halophilus
    J. bufonius var. ranarius
    J. ranarius
Frog rush,
Seasice rush,
Seaside rush,
Seaside toad rush
Native,
Endangered
Juncus.bufonius.2.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-1
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 Jacq.

Flattened rush,
Roundfruit rush,
Round-fruited rush
Introduced,
N. America exotic
Juncus compressus.jpeg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW 





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Juncus sect. Tenageia[edit]
Poales – fam. Juncaceae – genus Juncussubg. Agathryonsect. Tenageia
Juncussect. Tenageia Rush N.Y. Status Images Distribution 36
 L.
var. bufonius

Toad rush Native,
Secure
Juncus bufonius.jpeg
Juncus bufonius var bufonius NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
USDA-NN






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