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Published In: Contributions from the United States National Herbarium 29(9): 412. 1950. (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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, Endémica
Life Form: Hierba
Tropicos Lookup Reference:
Flora Index Page Info: 6-355
ContributorText: R.W. Pohl
Contributor: R.W. Pohl †

New Data     (Last Modified On 4/20/2009)
New Data Kind: New report
Specimen: Rubén A. Carballo - 987
Spanish Note: Confirmado por G. Davidse, 21 Abril 2006

 

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3. Mesosetum stoloniferum Swallen, Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 29: 412 (1950). Holotipo: Guatemala, Steyermark 31266 (F!).

Por R.W. Pohl.

Perennes cespitosas o estoloníferas. Tallos 20-80 cm; nudos pilosos. Hojas en su mayoría cercanas a la base, generalmente glabras, a veces pilosas; vainas ciliadas; lígula c. 0.5 mm; láminas 5-20 cm x 2-5 mm, aplanadas, rígidas. Inflorescencia 3-9 cm x 5 mm; raquis 1-1.4 mm de ancho, angostamente alado. Espiguillas 4.5-5 mm; callo piloso; glumas libres; gluma inferior 4.5-5 mm, angosta en la base, aristada hasta 1 mm, pelosa en la nervadura media en el 1/4-1/3 inferior; gluma superior 4-5 mm, ciliada, 3(-5)-nervia, acuminada; lema inferior 4.2-4.7 mm, 3-5-nervia, densamente ciliada; pálea inferior 3-4.2 mm; lema superior 3.5-3.9 mm; anteras 1.7-1.9 mm. Sabanas, bosques abiertos de Pinus. G (Steyermark 31266, F); H (Pohl 12512, ISC); ES (Carballo y Monterrosa 987, MO). 600-1300 m. (Endémica.)

 
 


 

 

 
 
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