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Published In: Kew Bulletin 20: 441. 1966. (Kew Bull.) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 4/20/2009)
Item State : Description complete
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 4/20/2009)
Estatus: Nativa
Life Form: Hierba
Tropicos Lookup Reference:
Flora Index Page Info: 6-394
ContributorText: R.W. Pohl
Contributor: R.W. Pohl †

 

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1. Hyperthelia dissoluta (Nees ex Steudel) W. Clayton, Kew Bull. 20: 441 (1966).

Por R.W. Pohl.

Anthistiria dissoluta Nees ex Steudel, Syn. Pl. Glumac. 1: 400 (1854). Holotipo: África tropical, Anon. (CGE).

Hyparrhenia dissoluta (Nees ex Steudel) C.E. Hubb., H. ruprechtii Fourn.

Perennes cespitosas. Tallos 1-2 m x 3-5 mm, glabros. Vainas glabras o papiloso-hirsutas; lígula 2.5-4 mm; láminas 7-66 cm x 2-7 mm, generalmente puberulentas. Inflorescencia 30-50 cm; racimos 2-3 cm. Espiguillas basales subsésiles 11-13 mm, estaminadas, lanceoladas, agudas; gluma inferior 11-nervia, carinada lateralmente; gluma superior carinada, 3-nervia. Espiguillas sésiles aristadas, 1 por rama, la base envuelta en un apéndice papiráceo 5-6 mm; callo 5-6 mm, agudo, densamente piloso con tricomas hasta 2 mm; gluma inferior incluyendo al callo 11-13 mm, 11-nervia; gluma superior cortamente aristada; lema superior 5-6 mm, la arista 5-8 cm. Espiguillas pediceladas 10-12 mm, con la punta aristada; pedicelos adheridos al callo de las espiguillas sésiles; gluma inferior c. 15-nervia, aplanada; gluma superior 3-nervia, convexa; anteras c. 4 mm. 2n=c. 40, c. 60. Bosques abiertos de Pinus. Ch (Breedlove y Davidse 54641, MO); G (Steyermark 29559, F); H (Pohl 12517, ISC); ES (Standley 20388, US); N (Pohl y Davidse 12377, ISC). 600-1700 m. (México, Mesoaméri~ca, Colombia, Brasil, Paraguay, África tropical.)

 


 

 

 
 
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