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H Juncus inflexus L. is an accepted name

This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Juncus (family Juncaceae).

The record derives from IOPI (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record 315191) with original publication details: Sp. Pl. 326 1753.

Full publication details for this name can be found in IPNI: http://ipni.org/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:443065-1.

Synonyms:

See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

Name Status Confi­dence level Source Date supplied
Juncus acutissimus (Buchenau) Adamson Synonym H IOPI
Juncus angelisii Ten. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus cyprius H.Linb. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus deangelisii Bertol. [Invalid] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus depauperatus Ten. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus diaphragmarius Brot. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus elatus Steud. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus equisetosus Dumort. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus glaucescens Laharpe Synonym H IOPI
Juncus glaucus Sibth. [Illegitimate] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus glaucus Ehrh. ex P.Gaertn., B.Mey. & Scherb. [Illegitimate] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. acutissimus Buchenau Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus subsp. angelisii (Ten.) Arcang. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus subsp. depauperatus (Ten.) K.Richt. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. equisetosus (Dumort.) Nyman Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. fasciculatus Buchenau Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. laxiflorus Lange Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. leptocarpus (Buchenau) Buchenau Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. longicornis (Bastard) Grognot Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus subsp. longicornis (Bastard) K.Richt. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus f. macrocarpus Zapal. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. pallidus Sond. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. paniculatus (Hoppe ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Bosch Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus subsp. paniculatus (Hoppe ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Trab. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. strictus Spenn. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus var. subglomeratus G.Mey. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus glaucus f. virescens Neuman Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus f. aggregatus (Asch. & Graebn.) I.Grint. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus subsp. austrooccidentalis K.F.Wu Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus var. depauperatus (Ten.) I.Grint. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus f. equisetosus (Dumort.) Sóo Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus subsp. inflexus Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus var. leptocarpus (Buchenau) Zhi Y. Zhang Synonym L TRO
Juncus inflexus var. longicornis (Bastard) Briq. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus f. melanocarpus (G.Mey.) I.Grint. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus var. oligocarpus (Asch. & Graebn.) I.Grint. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus f. pallidus (Sond.) I.Grint. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus f. strictus Sóo Synonym L IOPI
Juncus inflexus var. trimenii Cout. Synonym L IOPI
Juncus leptocarpus Buchenau Synonym H IOPI
Juncus longicornis Bastard Synonym H IOPI
Juncus luetkei Buchenau Synonym H IOPI
Juncus pallidus Hoppe [Invalid] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus paniculatus Hoppe ex Schult. & Schult.f. Synonym H IOPI
Juncus paniculatus Hoppe ex Mert. & W.D.J. Koch Synonym M TRO
Juncus paniculatus subsp. depauperatus (Ten.) Nyman Synonym L IOPI
Juncus tenax Banks & Sol. ex Sm. [Illegitimate] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus tenax Poir. [Illegitimate] Synonym H IOPI
Juncus warakensis Nábelek Synonym H IOPI

Infraspecific taxa:

This species contains the following infraspecific taxa*.

See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

Name Status Confi­dence level Source Date supplied Synonyms
Juncus inflexus subsp. brachytepalus (Trautv. ex V.I.Krecz. & Gontsch.) Novikov Accepted L IOPI 2

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Earlier versions

This name was in version 1 of The Plant List, record kew-315191.

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