320113 Juncus bulbosus subsp. bulbosus L.
Northern Iceland: Scattered
Shrub Tundra: Rare
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Scattered
- L., Sp. Pl.: 327 (1753). Described from Europe, Siberia, and from "Virginia" (U.S.A.). Lectotype (LINN): Herb. Linn. 449.27, right element (Snogerup in Davis 1986: 20; confirmed by Procków 2002: 551).
- Juncus supinus Moench, Enum. Pl. Hass. 1: 167 (1777). Described from Europe and North America.
40. - Europe. - Numerous reports.
Geography: Amphi-Atlantic (E): ICE.
Notes: The name Juncus bulbosus L. 1753 refers to this species, whereas the name J. bulbosus L. 1762 refers to what currently is known as J. compressus Jacq. 1762. The confirmation by Procków (2002) of the type of J. bulbosus L. 1753 solves the problem.
Kirschner et al. (2002b) considered the Atlantic European subsp. kochii (F.W. Schultz) Reichg. to be poorly defined and, in addition, is does not approach the Arctic.
- Juncus [3201,genus]