Species within a genus

Genus: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
jungo, = to join or unite together, connect, attach, fasten, yoke, harness; juncus, = a twig resembling a rush; (early ropes were made from rushes)
(ld, Le)
Juncus bufonius (La)
Toadrush (PS)
Location: (K)
bufo, = a toad; -ius, = means ‘characteristic of’, hence indicates connexion or resemblance.
(ld, BL)
Juncus capensis (La)
Cape Rush (Vo)
Location: (F, K)
cape, = Cape of Good Hope; -ensis, = indicates country or place of growth, or origin or else habitat. (pertaining to the Cape of Good Hope; Cape Peninsula)
(BL)
Juncus dregeanus subsp. dregeanus (La)
Biesie(PS)
Location: (K)
For Johann Franz (Jean Francois) Drège (1794-1881).** -anus, = belonging to, connected with, pertaining to, used to form adjectives from nouns, particularly from geographical and personal names.
(Ch, BL)
Juncus effusus (La)

Location: (F, K)
effundo, effusus, = to pour out, pour forth, shrd, spread abroad; spread out,extensive, vast, broad. (spread out, intermediate, straggling, wide) (referring to the habit of growth)
(ld, BL)
Juncus krausii subsp. krausii
Matting Rush(PS)
Location: (F, K)
For Christian Ferdinand Friedrich von Krausse (1812-1890).**
(Ch)
Juncus lomatophyllus (G)
Fringe-leafed Rush (Vo)
Location: (F, K)
loma, = the hem or border of a robe; (hem, fringe, border) -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. phyllon, = a leaf.
(LS, BL)
Juncus oxycarpus (G)

Location: (K)
oxys, = sharp, keen, pointed; oxy-, = sharp, sour, pointed; carpos, = fruit.
(LS, BL)