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Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/18/2012)
 

Flora Data (Last Modified On 10/18/2012)
Species LASIACIS STANDLEYI
PlaceOfPublication Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 40:86. 1927.
Description Culms straggling, without a strong central cane, rooting at the lower nodes, with rather short internodes, the ascending branches 60-100 cm. long, pilose or papillose-pilose, densely villous just below the panicle; sheaths papillose or usually papillose-pilose, the margins densely ciliate, those of the main culm shorter than the internodes, those of the branches usually about as long as or longer than the internodes; ligule 3-5 mm. long, brown; blades 8-12 cm. long, 5-12 mm. wide, lanceolate or lanceolate-elliptic, acuminate, glabrous or minutely pubescent above, densely and softly pubescent to nearly glabrous beneath; panicles 13-19 cm. long, the solitary distant branches narrowly ascending or somewhat spreading, pubescent at the base, villous in the axils, the branchlets appressed; spikelets 4 mm. long, appressed, the pedicels usually sparsely pilose.
Distribution Open forests and jungle margins, Costa Rica and Panama.
Specimen CHIRIQUI: El Boquete, Hitchcock 8267; KilliP 4529; New Switzerland, Allen I338.
 
 
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