Dichanthium species ?;
 
 

 

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Ready for dispersal: A poaceae member is ready for the dispersal of seeds.
Pune 27/09/2011


Are those seeds or dry flowers falling off?


I think … is correct.

I could see the hairy stigma in the second picture. This could be some infection. The other inflorescence/branch of inflorescence, in which flowers are yet to open, seems healthy.


I think It is Dichanthium sp.


May be it is Bothriochloa sp. but no details to confirm.


 
 
 
 
 

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