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SCHIZACHYRIUM HATSCHBACHII (POACEAE), NUEVO REGISTRO PARA LAFLORA ARGENTINA Schizachyrium hatschbachii (Poaceae), new record for Argentinian flora
Myriam C. Peichoto,Héctor A. Keller
Bonplandia , 2010,
Abstract: Se cita a Schizachyrium hatschbachii Peichoto por primera vez para la flora argentina. Seincluyen algunas observaciones ecológicas y una clave para diferenciarla de las entidadesafines Schizachyrium hatschbachii Peichoto is cited for the first time for the Argentinian flora. Some ecological observations and the key to differentiate it from related species are included
Sobre la identidad de Schizachyrium scabriflorum (Poaceae: Andropogoneae)  [cached]
Myriam Carolina Peichoto
Darwiniana , 2002,
Abstract: Schizachyrium scabriflorum es descripta e ilustrada y se indican las diferencias con S. sanguineum
New Bromus (Poaceae) Record for the Flora of Iran  [PDF]
M. Keshavarzi,N. Khoshnod,M.R. Jouharchi
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: Bromus danthoniae var. uniaristata Melderis (Poaceae) is recorded for the first time for the flora of Iran.
Finot,Víctor L.;
Gayana. Botánica , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432002000100001
Abstract: the presence of three new taxa of genus trisetum pers. (poaceae: aveneae), until now considered endemic to argentina, are reported for the chilean flora: t. ambiguum rúgolo et nicora, t. caudulatum trin. var. correae nicora and t. oreophilum louis-marie var. johnstonii louis-marie. a description for each taxon and a map of their distribution in chile are included.
Víctor L. Finot
Gayana. Botanica , 2002,
Abstract: Se da a conocer la presencia de tres nuevos taxa del género Trisetum Pers. (Poaceae : Aveneae) para la flora de Chile, considerados hasta ahora endémicos de Argentina: T. ambiguum Rúgolo et Nicora, T. caudulatum Trin. var. correae Nicora y T. oreophilum Louis-Marie var. johnstonii Louis-Marie. Se incluye una descripción de cada taxón y un mapa de su distribución en Chile The presence of three new taxa of genus Trisetum Pers. (Poaceae: Aveneae), until now considered endemic to Argentina, are reported for the Chilean flora: T. ambiguum Rúgolo et Nicora, T. caudulatum Trin. var. correae Nicora and T. oreophilum Louis-Marie var. johnstonii Louis-Marie. A description for each taxon and a map of their distribution in Chile are included.
Novedades nomenclaturales en la tribu Stipeae (Poaceae, Pooideae) para la Flora Argentina
Cialdella,Ana María;
Darwiniana , 2010,
Abstract: during the revision of the stipeae (poaceae) for the argentinean flora and in accordance to the latest phylogenetic studies in the tribe, it became necessary to transfer some recently described taxa from the genus stipa to nassella, jarava or pappostipa. as a result, 12 new combinations are here proposed: jarava ichu var. pungens, nassella brachyglumis, n. macrotricha, pappostipa arenicola, p. choconensis, p. colloncurensis, p. frigida var. longifolia, p. jucunda, p. kieslingii, p. mapuche, p. marqueziana and p. zulmae. a key to identify the genera of stipeae in argentina is also included.
Novedades nomenclaturales en la tribu Stipeae (Poaceae, Pooideae) para la Flora Argentina
Ana María Cialdella
Darwiniana , 2010,
Abstract: Durante la revisión de los géneros de Stipeae (Poaceae) para la flora argentina y de acuerdo a los últimos estudios filogenéticos en la tribu, se confirmó la necesidad de transferir algunos taxones recientemente descriptos de Stipa a Nassella, Jarava o Pappostipa. En este trabajo se presentan 12 nuevas combinaciones: Jarava ichu var. pungens, Nassella brachyglumis, N. macrotricha, Pappostipa arenicola, P. choconensis, P. colloncurensis, P. frigida var. longifolia, P. jucunda, P. kieslingii, P. mapuche, P. marqueziana y P. zulmae. Se incluye también una clave para identificar los géneros de Stipeae en la Argentina.
Journal of Plant Development , 2006,
Abstract: he presence of a new plant species is signaled out here, for the 1st time in Romania, by the authors of this paper. This plant – Eriochloa villosa (Thunb.) Kunth – is an invader one in the flora of Romania. It has been discovered inside the crops of flax, clover, sun flower, maize, at Livada, Satu Mare county. This species is a characteristic one for the rice crops, but it is growing also inside the wet meadows, along the river’s meadows.
Catálogo de la familia Poaceae en Colombia
Darwiniana , 2011,
Abstract: this contribution introduces an inventory of the species of poaceae from colombia, and an analysis of the species diversity according to the natural regions of colombia, the altitudinal gradients, annual rainfall and systematic distribution. the inventory was based on about 5800 vouchers collected throughout 96 fieldtrips along the 10 greatest natural regions of colombia (amazon, andes, caribbean, caribbean islands, chocó biogeográfico, guayana, orinoquia, sierra nevada de santa marta, cauca valley, and magdalena valley), on the study of vouchers of different herbaria with important collections for the flora of colombia (caup, coah, col, cuvc, choco, hfab, hua, huq, jaum, medel, mexu, mo, ny, pso, rsa, si, udbc, uis, us, valle, and ven), and on an exhaustive bibliographic research. poaceae is represented in colombia by 840 species and 173 genera. there are 74 species and one genus (agrostopoa) endemic to colombia. on the other hand, there are 83 species introduced and naturalized, and 50 introduced and cultivated. the richest genera are paspalum (89 especies), panicum (42), festuca (36), eragrostis (29), calamagrostis (25), chusquea (25), digitaria (24), axonopus (21), setaria (20), cenchrus (18), poa (17), muhlenbergia (16), andropogon (15), aristida (15), agrostis (14), lasiacis (12), urochloa (12), pariana (11), sporobolus (11), arthrostylidium (10), cortaderia (10), nassella (10), neurolepis (10), and schizachyrium (10). as partial results of this research, 10 new records were described for the colombian territory. the most diverse colombian regions are andes, orinoquia, caribbean, and guayana, with 583, 233, 186, and 179 species, respectively. the andean region shows the highest endemism values (57 species). the most diverse altitudinal gradient belongs to the lowlands (below 1200 m s.m.). in colombia, the subfamilies of poaceae show a distribution related to the altitude above the sea level and with the rainfall patterns. thus the panicoideae are more diverse
Deschampsia danthonioides (Poaceae – Pooideae) a New Record for Peruvian Flora Deschampsia danthonioides (Poaceae - Pooideae) un nuevo registro para la flora peruana  [cached]
Paúl Gonzáles,María Isabel La Torre,Asunción Cano
Revista Peruana de Biología , 2011,
Abstract: We report for the first time the presence of Deschampsia danthonioides (Trin.) Munro (Poaceae, Pooiideae) in the grasslands of the Lima department. Also this finding represents the first record of the genus Deschampsia for Peru. Reportamos por primera vez la presencia de Deschampsia danthonioides (Trin.) Munro (Poaceae, Pooideae) en los pajonales altoandinos del departamento de Lima. Igualmente el hallazgo constituye el primer registro del género Deschampsia para el Perú.
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