Luzula flaccida subsp. Long Anther (KL Wilson 828 et al.) APNI*
Synonyms: Luzula flaccida f. a - long anther form (Buchenau) Edgar APNI*
Luzula flaccida (Buchenau) Edgar form A APNI*
Luzula meridionalis var. flaccida (Buchenau) Nordensk. APNI*
Description: Small perennial with loose tufts.
Leaves 2.5–6 mm wide, flat.
Inflorescence of several branches up to 3 cm long bearing clusters c. 5 mm diam., with flowers 2.5–3.8 mm long; tepals red-brown or dark brown, with margin broad and cream-coloured or hyaline; anthers 0.7–1.5 mm long.
Caruncle about 1/3 the length of the seed.
Distribution and occurrence: Occurs south from Woodburn and Walcha, more common on the tablelands. North Coast, South Coast, Northern, Central and Southern Tablelands, North, Central and South Western slopes; also Victoria and Tasmania.
Grows in moist grassy understorey in Eucalypt woodland.
NSW subdivisions: NC, SC, NT, CT, ST, NWS, CWS, SWS
Other Australian states: Vic. Tas.
Referred to in hardcopy 'Flora of NSW' as form A.
Text by E. Edgar & K. L. Wilson (1993); edited KL Wilson (June 2010; July 2016)
Taxon concept: Fl. New South Wales vol 4, 1993 (as form A)
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