Leafy rush less rare than thought

This video from Florida in the USA says about itself:

How to identify Soft rush, Juncus effusus

26 September 2013

This plant identification video is one of hundreds of science programs Philip Chiocchio has made for the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants.

Translated from Dutch FLORON botanists:

Sunday, August 17, 2014

During a FLORON weekend in the Westerwolde region inventory leafy rushes, with a reputation as very rare plants, were found in not less than five square kilometre research grids. They are the first sites for this species ever discovered in Groningen province. Possibly leafy rush, a relative of the very commonly occurring toad rush, has been overlooked and it may occur in more places in the Netherlands.

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