Eragrostis viscosa (Retz.) Trin., Mém. Acad. Imp. Sci. St.-Pétersbourg, Sér. 6, Sci. Math. 1: 397 1831. (syn: Eragrostis hirsutissima Peter; Eragrostis mangalorica Hochst. ex Miq.; Eragrostis retinorrhoea Steud.; Eragrostis strigosa Andersson; Eragrostis tenella var. viscosa (Retz.) Stapf; Eragrostis terebinthacea Kurz ex Stapf [Invalid]; Eragrostis transvaalensis Gand.; Eragrostis viscosa var. pilosissima (Hochst. ex A.Rich.) Hochst.; Poa glutinosa Roxb. ex Stapf [Invalid]; Poa viscosa Retz.; Poa viscosa var. pilosissima Hochst. ex A.Rich.);
The Nov images looks more like Eragrostis viscosa (E. tenella var. viscosa by some authors) as the plant is looking glandular. Kindly touch the plant to see whether it is sticky, especially at the base of the inflorescence.
“Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae Week: – 06042013MR26 from Pune for ID —MR26” : Attachments (3 + 2). 5 posts by 2 authors
kindly help Id this road side plant at Pune
Eragrostis. Post photographs of fully emerged inflorescence for sp. confirmation
Attaching images of emerged inflorescence. I am sorry the photographs are not very clear
ID Part 1 : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2) – 1 mb or more.
Please help in identification.
Location: Eastern Melghat, Vidarbha, Maharashtra
Date: November, 2017
Habitat: Degraded/ regenrating forests, in some cases shrublands.
Possibility: Eragrostis sp.?
PS. This is my first post at efloraofindia. If some information is missing that leads to inefficiency in identifying the species, do let me know. I will try to update the information as per requirements.
More close to Eragrostis sp.
Eragrostis sp. You have the only ability for finalizing because you have plant material …; please finalize.
Eragrostis viscosa. Some authors say Eragrostis tenella var. viscosa. The difference is the presence of glands on the pedicel. If you try pressing the inflorescence with your fingers, you can feel the stickiness due to the secretion from the glands. If you could show us the base of the inflorescence, these glands and viscous nature could be more evident. The photo is very good, showing the cilia on the palea, hairy nodes of the panicle axis, glandular secretions, etc.
300519AB1 Plant for ID : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (2)
It will be useful if you could help in the identification of the following grass. I have only one photo of the plant. The other photo is of the grass patch. Very abundant.
Date/Time- November 2, 2017; 09:18 AM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Eastern Melghat, 21°17.483′ N, 77°22.530′ E (North)
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Herb
Height/Length- 2’ Height
This has already been identified as Eragrostis viscosa (or Eragrostis tenella var. viscosa) on this group. This is the link for the original post
Grass for ID : Nasik : 05JUL21 : AK- 02: 2 images.
A wild grass seen in Dec, 20 in Nasik.
Grass for ID : Nasik : 27OCT21 : AK – 026: 3 images.
Pl. post high res. images.
Eragrostis viscosa – Could you touch it and feel the stickiness. You can see the glandular patches on the pedicels and peduncle
I will remember to feel it during my next visit.