Juncus canadensis J.Gay  
Family: Juncaceae
Canadian rush
[Juncus canadensis f. apertus J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus canadensis f. canadensis J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus canadensis f. conglobatus J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus canadensis var. euroauster J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus canadensis var. longicaudatus J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus canadensis var. sparsiflorus J.Gay ex Laharpe, Juncus longicaudatus (Engelm.) Mack., Juncus polycephalus var. paradoxus Michx.]
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Andrew Hipp  
Etymology: Juncus: the classical Latin name for the rush, possibly from jungere, "to join or bind," because the stems were used for binding
Plants: perennial rush
- inflorescence terminal

- leaves terete and septate

- seeds with tails on both ends

- heads densely hemispherical to spherical, 5-many flowered

- perianth segments tapering to very sharp points

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Emmet J. Judziewicz  
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Andrew Hipp  
Juncus canadensis image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
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Emmet J. Judziewicz  
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