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Definition of Carex

Carex
Carex Ca"rex, n. [L., sedge.] (Bot.) A numerous and widely distributed genus of perennial herbaceous plants of the order Cypreace[ae]; the sedges.

Meaning of Carex from wikipedia

- Carex is a vast genus of more than 2,000 species of gr****-like plants in the family Cyperaceae, commonly known as sedges (or seg, in older books). Other...
- Z Carex × abitibiana Lepage Carex aboriginum M.E.Jones Carex × abortiva Holmb. Carex abrupta Mack. Carex abscondita Mack. Carex acaulis d'Urv. Carex accrescens...
- Carex careyana, known as Carey's sedge or Carey's wood sedge, is a species of sedge found in the eastern United States and Ontario, Canada. "Carex careyana...
- Carex secta is a sedge that is endemic to New Zealand. The Māori name is makura amongst others, and it was given the name ****head by early European...
- (sn-endemic) Carex spp. - Sedges Carex abrupta - Abrupt-beaked Sedge Carex amplifolia - Bigleaf Sedge Carex angustata - Widefruit Sedge Carex athrostachya...
- endangered plants and animals. Common plants are Astragalus, Gagea, Allium, Carex and Oxytropis; endangered plant species include native wild apple (Malus...
- (blue sedge, gray carex, glaucous sedge, or carnation-gr****) Carex oshimensis - several cultivars Carex pansa (sand dune sedge) Carex pendula (pendulous...
- sedge, Carex neurophora Alpine sedge, Carex glacialis Arctic hare's-foot sedge, Carex lachenalii Awl-fruit sedge, Carex stipata Awned sedge, Carex atherodes...
- Carex flacca, with common names blue sedge, gray carex, glaucous sedge, or carnation-gr****, (syn. Carex glauca), is a species of sedge native to parts...
- Carex comans is a plant species in the sedge family, Cyperaceae, endemic to New Zealand. It is used as an ornamental plant, growing in clumps of bluish...
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