Cymbopogon jwarancusa (Jones) Schult., Mant. 2: 458 1824. (Syn: Andropogon himalayensis Gand. [Illegitimate]; Andropogon jwarancusa Jones; Cymbopogon jwarancusa subsp. jwarancusa ; Sorghum jwarancusa (Jones) Kuntze);
In C.jwarancusa, the leaves are linear, long and parallel at the base, whereas in C.martinii, the leaves are lanceolate and cordate at the base. C.martinii is seen as individual culms or in small clumps whereas C.j is found as a thick clump;
these 3 species are tufted species, roots fragrant, due to differences in spikes the three could not be correctly differentiated, pls help me in the identification
All look like C. jwaruncusa in different stage. Please wait for experts to validate
Cymbopogon martinii from Hamdard Herbal Garden, Delhi: After the comparison of height of two plants and the breadth of leaves, I have a feeling that these two plants were wrongly labelled. This I feel should be C. jawarancusa (Jones) Schult. (syn: Andropogon jawarancusa Jones; A. himalayensis Gand.) and the other plant uploaded by me should be C. martinii.
Please give your opinion
Cymbopogon jwarancusa as per another thread.
In C.jwarancusa, the leaves are linear, long and parallel at the base, whereas in C.martinii, the leaves are lanceolate and cordate at the base. C.martinii is seen as individual culms or in small clumps whereas C.j is found as a thick clump
Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae Week: Poaceae-Cymbopogon martinii from Herbal Garden Hamdard Univ. Delhi-pl. Validate-GS33 : Attachments (3). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Cymbopogon martinii, photographed from Herbal Garden, Hamdard University, Delhi. Pl. validate.
Cymbopogon jwarancusa. C.martinii has cordate leaf base
Poaceae for ID :: Jammu :: JUN2018 MK00 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Please help ID this grass species. I do not have habit photograph of this.
Habitat: scrub forest floor
Date: 30 May 2018
Place: Jammu, J & K
Altitude: 350 m asl
Looks like Cymbopogon species; C. distans or jwaruncusa
Cymbopogon sp., probably Cymbopogon jwarancusa
Grass from Agra, U.P : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Need help to identify this grass growing
On side walls of mud cliff of Yamuna ravine
Crushed leaves are aromatic
Location: Agra, U.P.
DOP: 17 November 19
In sanskrit, “jwara” means fever and “ancusa” means ankush=remove
So, this is a Cymbopogon which is having medicinal properties in relieving fever.
Need help with apluda-like grass : 8 posts by 3 authors.
Shot in Bhopal, black soil, today (5.10.20). This grass superficially resembles apluda mutica but:
– nodes are hairy
– leaf sheath is hairy
– spathe-like sheath is hairy
– has a distinctly pleasant smell
– each sheath produces bunches of pedicelled spikelets
Any help will be great!
Cymbopogon, probably C.jwarancusa. Please upload full plant and close up of lower leaves whether curled or not.
Here they are attached