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Short-fruit Rush (Juncus brachycarpus) NATIVE. Growing in a moist area in an overgrown backyard habitat in NW Georgia (Gordon County), GA.<br />
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Leaves terete with distinctive cross-walls. Capsules shorter than tepals.<br />
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Leaves terete with distinctive cross-walls. Capsules shorter than tepals.<br />
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Short-fruit Rush (Juncus brachycarpus)

NATIVE. Growing in a moist area in an overgrown backyard habitat in NW Georgia (Gordon County), GA.

Leaves terete with distinctive cross-walls. Capsules shorter than tepals.

Short-fruit Rush (Juncus brachycarpus) NATIVE. Growing in a moist area in an overgrown backyard habitat in NW Georgia (Gordon County), GA.<br />
<br />
Leaves terete with distinctive cross-walls. Capsules shorter than tepals.<br />
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    comments (8)

  1. Nice one! Posted 10 days ago
    1. Thank you! Posted 10 days ago
  2. Excellent composition! Posted 10 days ago
    1. Thanks, Ferdy! These can be tricky to ID! Posted 10 days ago
      1. I can imagine. I have much respect for your identification rate across so many categories of life. Hats off! Posted 10 days ago
        1. I grow more and more obsessed (especially with plant and fungi) taxonomy! Keying things out can be so rewarding (but maddening at times)! Posted 10 days ago
          1. I understand the obsession as well as frustration :) All those bits and pieces do add up over time. You've already photographed over 200 species! And these don't lose value, they are here to stay as incredibly useful and educational observations for an indefinite amount of time. Posted 10 days ago
  3. What a great picture! As well as being well-identified for us lesser beings!!!! Posted 9 days ago

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A species of rush within the Juncaceae family. Distinguished from similar species by terete leaves with distinctive cross-walls and capsules which are shorter than tepals.

Similar species: Poales
Species identified by Lisa Kimmerling
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By Lisa Kimmerling

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Uploaded Jun 14, 2018. Captured Jun 13, 2018 02:29 in 101 Earl St, Plainville, GA 30733, USA.
  • Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
  • f/5.6
  • 1/250s
  • ISO400
  • 60mm