Abundant; growing with Cladium mariscoides, Equisetum variegatum, Spiranthes, Lobelia kalmii and Salix spp. in interdunal depressions along shore of Lake Huron. This species ventures the farthest of any species into the Great Lake's waters, its stout black rhizomes are often exposed along the shore like the blackened bones of some beached fish.
Tall (~1m) rhizomatous Juncus. Rhizomes underneath a thick layer of sphagnum. Substrate was moist, but not fully saturated.
Culms about 60 cm tall, growing along a path through a cedar swamp.
S. Whelan, M. Murphy, A. Young, T. Baxter
H: east side of Rifle Camp Meadows
Uncertain id no flowers
Juncus balticus is a species of rush known by the common name Baltic rush. this plant is widespread in occurrence and can reach a height of about three feet.