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A new species, Fimbristylis jindoensis J. Kim & M. Kim, is herein named and described. It is found on wet lowland mountain slopes in Jindo-gun, Jeollanam-do, Korea. Fimbristylis jindoensis shares several characteristics (long-creeping rhizomes, oblong spikelets, brown scales, and three-sided achenes) with the related species F. pierotii Miq. It is, however, distinct from F. pierotii, which has terete culms with five to six furrows that are 9− 48 cm tall, flowers in June to July, a dry grasslanddoi:10.11110/kjpt.2015.45.4.318 fatcat:nqd2rmfn55gphaq5uzozxngbru