Cyperaceae of Economic, Ethobotanical and Horticultural Importance: A Checklist
David A. Simpson & Cecilia A. Inglis
Kew Publishing, 2001.
Reprinted from Kew Bulletin vol. 56, part 2, 2001
Sedges (Cyperaceae) form the third largest family in the Monocotyledons, with an almost cosmopolitan distribution and world-wide economic importance. This is the first book to give a comprehensive analysis of their economic, ethnobotanical and horticultural importance. Forty-five genera and 501 species and infraspecific taxa are included with accepted name, basionym/important synonyms along with distribution and habitats.
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