Juncus tenuis (Juncaceae, Angiosperms)

Common names:Zart-Simse (AT), sítina tenká (CZ), Zarte Binse (DE), Tue-siv (DK), sale luga (EE), Luachair chaol (IE), Laibasis viksris (LT), maigais donis (LV), Tengere rus (NL), ballastsiv (NO), Sit chudy (PL), ситник тонкий (RU), Syltåg (SE)
Synonymes:Juncus macer
Habitats:Agricultural areas, Disturbed areas, Grass and heathlands, Mixed conifer/broadleaf forest, Riparian zones, Rocks and lavafields, Temperate broadleaf forest, Urban areas, Wetlands
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Country Introduction year Status Frequency Invasiveness
Austria (AT) 1850 Established Very common Not known
Czech Republic (CZ) <1851 Established Common Invasive
Denmark (DK) Established Rare Not invasive
Estonia (EE) 1964 Established Rare Potentially invasive
European part of Russia (RU) 1922 Established Common Not invasive
Germany (DE) 1834 Not known Not known Not known
Ireland (IE) Not known Not known Not invasive
Latvia (LV) 1950 Established Common Not invasive
Lithuania (LT) 1933 Established Common Invasive
Netherlands (NL) Established Not known Not known
Norway (NO) 1918 Established Not known Potentially invasive
Poland (PL) 1862 Established Not known Not known
Sweden (SE) <1890 Established Common Not known


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