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Juncus arcticus is an extremely widespread rush species over the North American continent. It occurs throughout all parts of the USA, Mexico and Canada other than the southeastern USA and southern Mexico. Known as Arctic rush, the species form is characterized by erect culms that may reach one meter in height and creeping rhizomes; however, morphologically the species is complex and defies a monolithic interpretation.


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