The species is characterized by spikes separated by 2-4 times their length, and spikelets (especially in fruit) globose.  
 
 

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grass Paspalidium sp. Hooghly 14/8/12 SK:

Attaching images of a grass growing on an old wall.
Species : Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A. Camus ?
Habit & Habitat : 2.5 feet tall, growing on old wall, leaf 16 cm x 0.9 cm avg.
Date : 13/8/12, 1.20 P.M.
Place : Garalgacha (Hooghly)
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Yes, it is Paspalidium flavidum. Well done!


 

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Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A. Camus in Lecomte, Fl. Gen. Indo-Chine. 7:419. 1922

Common in Delhi in moist shaded situations especially i cultivated areas.
The species is characterized by spikes separated by 2-4 times their length, and spikelets (especially in fruit) globose. Photographed from Herbal Garden, Delhi in August.


Fine pics Sir. It is also one of the most abundant grass in Pantnagar.


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Grass photographed from Delhi, growing in wasteland. Pl. help in ID


Can be Paspalidium flavidum….


Echinochloa colonum


Yes this is Paspalidium but i think not P. flavidium this might be P. punctatum (the spikes of inflorescence are longer than internodes)


Paspalidium flavidum


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Hooghly Today : Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A.Camus Attachments (4).  3 posts by 2 authors.
Thanks … last picture is best in the lot..


I photographed it only for the last picture, and it came out after several takes 🙂


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Attached images are Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A.Camus collected from Kamrup district, Assam
Date : 15.06.2013
Location: Kamrup district
Family : Poaceae
Genus & species : Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A.Camus
Habitat: Grows wild
Habit : Herb


 

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Requesting to please ID this grass captured in SGNP, Mumbai in August 2013.


It looks like Paspalidium flavidum (Retz.) A.Camus.


Paspalidium flavidum/ Paspalidium vaginatumPoaceae check in key


Yes. P. flavidum


Yes it is Paspalidium flavidum


 

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