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Cortaderia Stapf

蒲苇属

Description from Flora of China

Moorea Lemaire, nom. rej.

Perennial, tussock-forming, gynodioecious (bisexual and female plants). Culms often tall. Leaf blades mainly basal, linear, flat or convolute; ligule a line of hairs. Inflorescence a large plumose panicle. Spikelets laterally compressed, with 2 to several florets, disarticulating above glumes and between florets; rachilla villous; glumes longer than lowest lemma, sometimes as long as spikelet, narrow, membranous, 1-veined; floret callus linear, hairy; lemmas lanceolate to ovate, hyaline, 3–7-veined, villous on back, entire or 2-dentate, awnless or with a terminal awn; palea glabrous or sometimes pilose; female plants with sterile anthers present. Lodicules hairy.

Twenty-seven species: mainly South America, also New Zealand and New Guinea; one species (introduced) in China.

(Authors: Chen Shouliang (陈守良); Sylvia M. Phillips)


 

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