Carex bromoides subsp. montana
Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 17: 220, fig 4. 1990.
Plants densely cespitose. Rhizomes short, internodes 0.2–1 (–8.5) mm. Culms 1–1.6 mm wide. Widest leaf-blades 2.8–4.4 mm wide. Longest inflorescences 24–44 (–53) mm. Perigynium beak 0.36–0.48 times as long as perigynium. 2n = 60, 62.
Phenology: Fruiting spring.
Habitat: Mountain streamsides, seeps in deciduous forests, rarely mountain bogs
Elevation: (400–)800–1400 m
N.C., S.C., Va.
Carex bromoides subsp. montana is endemic to the southeastern portion of the Blue Ridge Physiographic Province.
"-0.05timesaslongasperigynia" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.