Dichanthium foveolatum

Dichanthium foveolatum (Delile) Roberty, Monogr. Syst. Andropog. du Globe 163 1960. (syn: Andropogon foveolatus Delile; Andropogon foveolatus var. plumosus A.Terracc.; Andropogon monostachyus Spreng.; Andropogon orthos Schult.; Andropogon strictus Roxb., nom. illeg.; Cymbopogon strictus Bojer; Eremopogon foveolatus (Delile) Stapf; Eremopogon strictus (Bojer) A.Camus; Hypogynium foveolatum (Delile) Haines; Meoschium monostachys Wight & Arn. ex Steud., pro syn.; Sorghum foveolatum (Delile) […]

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Dichanthium caricosum

Dichanthium caricosum (L.) A.Camus, Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. 27: 549 1921. (Syn: Andropogon annulatus var. subrepens Hack.; Andropogon binatus Roxb. [Illegitimate]; Andropogon caricosus L.; Andropogon curvatus Russell ex Wall. [Invalid]; Andropogon depressus Steud.; Andropogon filiformis Pers.; Andropogon serratus Retz. [Illegitimate]; Andropogon tenellus Roxb.; Apocopis pallida Hook.f.; Dichanthium caricosum var. theinlwinii (Bor) de Wet & […]

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Dichanthium species ?

Dichanthium species ?;       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 […]

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Dichanthium annulatum

Dichanthium annulatum (Forssk.) Stapf, Fl. Trop. Afr. 9: 178 1917. (Syn: Andropogon annulatus Forssk.; Andropogon annulatus Forssk. ex F. Schmidt; Andropogon annulatus var. decalvatus Hack.; Andropogon comosus Link [Illegitimate]; Andropogon garipensis Steud.; Andropogon ischaemum Roxb. ex Wight; Andropogon nodosus (Willd.) Nash [Illegitimate]; Andropogon obtusus Nees ex Hook. & Arn; Andropogon scandens Roxb.; Bothriochloa tuberculata W.Z.Fang; […]

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