Hybrids in Juncus section Juncotypus, with a description of J. x lancastriensis (Juncaceae)
The differences between the five native species of Juncus section Juncotypus that occur in the British Isles are summarised, and the occurrence of five hybrids surveyed. The diagnostic morphological and anatomical details of the hybrids are presented, with emphasis on the endemic J. balticus x J. inflexus, which is described as J. x lancastriensis Stace and of which two nothovars are distinguished.
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