Monographs Details: Everardia montana subsp. glaucifolia (Gilly) T.Koyama & Maguire
Authority: Maguire, Bassett. 1965. The Botany of the Guayana Highland. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 12 (3): 1-285.
Family:Cyperaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Distribution. This subspecies occupies the western portion of the range of subsp. montana. COLOMBIA. Vaupes: Rio Kananari (affluent of Rio Apaporis), Cerro Isibukuri, alt. 2500 ft, Schultes d: Cahrera 14732 (US), Rio Kananari and Cerro Isibukuri, alt. 250 m, H. Garcia-Barrieja 13794 (US). VENEZUELA. Amazonas: Cerro Sipapo, Savanna Grande at alt. 1500 m, common in wet pockets, Maguire d Politi 27528; Cerro Huachamacari: Southeast Escarpment at alt, 1900 m, marshy scrub savannas, Maguire, Cowan d Wurdack 30146, abundant in marshy area at East Escarpment, alt. 1950 m, Maguire, Cowan do Wurdack 30257, wet boggy places at East Escarpment at alt. 1950 m, Maguire, Cowan & Wurdack 30257-A; Cerro Guanay, frequent in marshy area, Cumbre at alt. 1800 m, Maguire, Phelps, Hitchcock & Budowski 31708; Cerro Duida, summit. Ridge N W of Vegas Brook, alt. 4400 ft, Tate 570. Bolivar: Chimanta Massif: Central Section scrub forest near Cumbre Camp, at alt. 1925 m, frequent, Steyermark & Wurdack 349, Central Section, swamp savanna along west branch of headwaters of Rio Tirica above Upper Falls, alt. 2090 m, locally frequent, Steyermark & Wurdack 902; Cerro Guaiquinima, vicinity Cumbre Camp at 1800 m alt., marshy area, savannas, Maguire 32791.

Discussion:Everardia glaucifolia Gilly, Bull. Torrey Club 68: 27. f. 2 d-d', 1941.
Distribution:Colombia South America| Venezuela South America|