Tall grass photographed from along roadside in Nandni J & K. Pl. help in Id


Chrysopogon fulvus  

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Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae Week: Poaceae-02042013RMP8 grass : 1 image. 3 posts by 2 authors. Chrysopogon fulvus (Spr.) Shiov.

plz validate me


Probably. Kindly post better close up image for confirmation.


Thank you …, i will post the good quality image of same.

 

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Attachments (3).  3 posts by 2 authors.
This grass was also shot from Tiger Fall area, Chakrata…any Sorghum sp.??? id requested…


Grass Unid 2(2) and Grass Unid 2 (1) are Chrysopogon fulvus. Grass Unid 2 is Sorghum halepense



 

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Grass, photographed from Tiger fall area of Chakrata. Pl. help in ID.


Perhaps a Saccharum sp.


Can this be any Bothriochloa species, like Bothriochloa bladhii ?
What is Dubia?


Dubia is the common term used for specimens you are not sure about. It is a common practice in herbaria to have a Dubia genus folder at the end of a family including specimens whose family is known but not the genus/genera. Similarly if genus is known but not the species, a dubia species folder is added at the end of that genus to include all such specimens. In my computer I have a dubia folder for each higher folder (Delhi, Kashmir, California, Chakrata, etc.) containing such unidentified photographs.


DSC01420 has Chrysopogon fulvus, Themeda anathera and Apluda mutica

DSC01421 is Chrysopogon fulvus
P1130087 is Erianthus rufipilus (Saccharum rufipilum)


 

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ANNOV06/06 Grass for identification : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Family: Poaceae
Date: 1st November 2015
Place: Turahalli, Bangalore, Karnataka

Habit: Herb
Habitat: Scrub Forest


Chrysopogon sp.

It is Chrysopogon sp.


Chrysopogon fulvus 


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Poaceae for ID :: Jammu :: JUN2018 MK005 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)

Please help me ID this Poaceae. Could this be a Chrysopogon sp.?
Habitat: dry scrub forest
Date: 30 May 2018
Place: Jammu rural, J & K
Altitude: 400 m asl


Yes it is chrysopogon fulvus?   


Yes. Chrysopogon fulvus

Please help id this golden-flowered grass : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

Bhopal; black soil; 5/10/2020


Chrysopogon


Specie?


We need to go through keys for sp.,


Chrysopogon fulvus 

Peninsular species were identified as Chrysopogon serrulatus, but there is a continuous variation observed as one travels from peninsular India to Himalayas. Hence presently, both fulvus and serrulatus are considered as same species. C.fulvus has priority in nomenclature.


 

 

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