Gigantochloa apus (Schult.) Kurz, Natuurk. Tijdschr. Ned.-Indië 27: 226 1864. (syn: Arundarbor apus (Schult.f.) KuntzeBambusa apus Schult.f. ; Gigantochloa kurzii GambleOxytenanthera apus (Schult.f.) E.G.CamusSchizostachyum apus (Schult.f.) Steud.)?;
Assam to China (Guangdong) and W. Malesia: Assam, Bangladesh, Borneo, China Southeast, Jawa, Laos, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Myanmar, Thailand; Introduced into: Brazil Southeast, Brazil West-Central, Puerto Rico, Sulawesi, Sumatera, Trinidad-Tobago, Vietnam as per POWO;

Bamboo for ID : Delhi : 070512 : AK-2:
Bamboo seen at Lodhi Gardens, Delhi on the 3rd of Sept,11.
The picture is of a young shoot that caught my attention.
The mature Bamboos were at a great height.

Very interesting.
Nice design made by leaves on the stem of Bamboo.

I think, this is Gigantochloa apus.

May be close to Gigantochloa apus as per*&Genus=*&s=9

Please post photo of culm sheath of mature culm. Both sides if possible.

The picture was taken a long while ago. I do not have more pictures.

Matching ??


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Location : Mamit, Mizoram
Date : Unknown
Habit : Erect, graceful bamboo, 10-13 m.tall, 2.5-4.5 cm. diameter
Altitude : 80-1,500 m.
Habiat : Wild in the forests

Is it for Id or is it confirmed as Bambusa khasiana ?

Sir, it is for ID

Well, I have seen this thread earlier, but the booklet (on ngrasses and Bambusa) I have doesn’t feature this species.

No idea

It looks like Gigantochloa apus




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