Fimbristylis puberula var. puberula  
Family: Cyperaceae
chestnut sedge, hairy fimbristylis, hairy fimbry
[Fimbristylis anomala Boeckeler, Fimbristylis castanea var. puberula (Michx.) Vahl, Fimbristylis drummondii (Torr. & Hook.) Boeckeler, Fimbristylis multistriata Boeck., Fimbristylis puberula var. drummondii (Michx.) Vahl, Fimbristylis spadicea var. puberula (L.) Vahl, Isolepis drummondii Torr. & Hook., Scirpus puberulus Michx.]
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Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources  
Etymology: Fimbristylis: fimbria for "fringe" and stylus for "style," which is fringed with hairs in genuine species
Plants: perennial sedge; stems base of culm (grass stem) NOT swollen
Conservation Status: Endangered
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Robert H. Read  
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