Juncus trifidus

Juncus trifidus is a species of rush known by the common names highland rush and three-leaved rush. Stem shape in cross-section: the stem is round or oval in cross-section. Leaf blade cross-section: the leaf blade is flat or rolled in at the edges.

Inflorescence position: the inflorescence is at the tip of the plant. Rike, Planteriket (Plantae). Uekte gruppe, Karplanter (Tracheophytes).

Overrekke , Frøplanter (Spermatophyte). Rekke, Dekkfrøete blomsterplanter (Magnoliophyta ). Klasse, Enfrøblader (Liliopsida). Familie, Sivfamilien (Juncaceae). Slekt, Sivslekta (Juncus).

Ситник трёхраздельный, Ситник трёхнадрезанный. Navnet betyr: Juncus – Latinsk navn på siv hos Plautus, d. Dato: Voksested Høgde o.

Scarce on rock ledges or stony ground in mountains. ID: Easy – a single flower or tight cluster of flowers in the angle of 2-very long leaf-like bracts. Toad Rush or Slender Rush, can have this . USDA Native Status: L(N), CAN (N), GL (N), SPM (N). A member of the family Juncaceae which includes herbs, rarely shrubs, with mostly grass-like leaves, usually in a basal tuft, and small greenish or . Growth Habit: Graminoid. Klynnetåg, Treblad-siv, Three-leaved Rush, Dreispaltige Binse.

Bildene må ikke kopieres, lastes ne eller publiseres andre steder uten . Svenska synonyklyntåg. Rabbesiv Treblad-Siv Tunturivihvilä Móasef Three-leaved Rush Dreispaltige Binse. Klynnetåg är en lågväxt, tätt tuva flerårig art som kan bli knappt tre decimeter hög. Stråna är nästan bladlösa och har gulbruna bladslidor. Rhizomes densely branching.

A small, densely tufted perennial herb found in bare or bryophyte- or lichen-rich places on mountains on shallow soil or in rock crevices, on both acidic and calcareous substrata. Artfakta är ArtDatabankens tjänst för artinformation. I ett första steg presenteras fakta om rödlistade arter i Sverige.

It is native to the Northern Hemisphere, where it has a circumboreal distribution.

It occurs in northern and eastern Canada, including the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and other low Arctic regions, the northeastern United States, Greenlan .