#395 They called me Juncus articulatus, also known as Juncus tatewakii, Juncus engelmannii, and Juncus articulatus f. zapalowiczii. I pay homage to the male botanists Tatewak (I couldn’t find his records), Zapalowicz (I couldn’t find his records), and George Engelmann, or Georg Engelmann. They first catalogued me in 1753.
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