Rights Management | About this Site | Contact Clayton Homonyms Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Paspalum scrobiculatum Commersonii & Stapf Common names Indian crown grass in language. Kalaheo.) Common name. spikelets in dorsal view showing upper glume (top) and ventral view showing sterile lemma (bottom), dorsal view of florets showing lemma and remnants of the papery upper glume, ventral view of florets showing palea and margins of lemma, as well as remnants of the papery sterile lemma and upper glume, caryopses in dorsal view (left) and ventral view (right); photo by Mark Thurmond, A, spikelet in ventral view; B, spikelet in dorsal view; C, floret in ventral view; D, floret in dorsal view; E, caryopsis in ventral view; F, caryopsis in dorsal view; drawing by Lynda E. Chandler, Authors: J.L. Mauʻu is the general term for grasses, sedges, and rushes; laiki is rice. Spikelets orbicular to broadly elliptic or obovate, dorsally compressed, plano-convex, 1.4–3.2 mm long, 1.5–2.3 mm wide, completely glabrous, consisting of 1 fertile floret and 1 basal sterile lemma. 1999, in PIER 2006). Paspalum amazonicum Trin.. Paspalum auriculatum J.Presl . Fertile lemma indurate, olive green to dark brown, glossy, striate, convex, as long as spikelet, 1.4–1.8 mm wide, with margins inrolled, covering palea margins; palea flat, indurate, glossy. 19 plant name records match your search criteria Paspalum scrobiculatum.The results are below. 16 Dec 2020 Mauʻu laiki can be used as a tall groundcover and may grow in areas where other natives will not. IUCN: Paspalum scrobiculatum L. (old web site) (Least Concern) Kew Gardens 'World Checklist' link : Paspalum scrobiculatum L. (1767) NCBI link: Paspalum scrobiculatum; The Plant List link: Paspalum scrobiculatum L. (Source: KewGarden WCSP) Tropicos link: Paspalum scrobiculatum L. (Syn. It is common on slopes in poor, thin soil where few other grasses will grow, and in wet, swampy ground. Paspalum vaginatum, commonly known as seashore paspalum and by many other names, is a species of perennial grass which can be found in wet, saline habitats. Grain detoxification is achieved by a year of storage or by keeping it overnight in buffalo dung. Paspalum coromandelinum Lam.. Paspalum … Type: India. It does well in pots and does not appear to be picky about the soil. Mga kasarigan. are naturalized in the islands, including seashore paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum) which is used as a turfgrass. Cite this page: Tropicos.org. Paspalum coloratum Rich. Scientific Name Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Linnaeus, C. von (1767) Mantissa Plantarum 1: 29. The species is native to India where it is grown as a cereal called "Kodo". The specific epithet scrobiculatum is from the Latin scrobiculatus, depressions or pitted. After detoxification, it is dehusked, boiled and consumed after discarding the supernatant water. The husk and leaves acquire a poisonous quality attributed to heavy rainfalls. Propagation is by grain. Accepted Name: Paspalum boscianum: Full Explanation: This tropical Asian species was reported for Florida by Nash in Small (1903), based on a misidentification of material of Paspalum boscianum. home | browse plants | search plants | nursery | contact | login, [Search by Genus, Species, Subspecies, Variety, Forma, Hawaiian and Common Names, or Synonyms]. The generic name Paspalum is derived from the Greek paspalos, the name of a small millet mentioned in the works of ancient Greek authors. Racemes bare at the base for up to 3.5 cm. Paspalum scrobiculatum L. APNI* Description: ... Inflorescence 9–25 cm long, of 2–7 (usually 2–4) racemes 4.5–13 cm long on a common axis 1.5–17 cm long, the axils dark, shortly pubescent. Redford The Plants Database includes the following 85 species of Paspalum . Stem. Edition 2.2 - last updated April 2015Lucid mobile app for Android and iOS | tool images at ITP Node The results can also be downloaded as a CSV file (Unicode UTF-8 encoding).. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Leaf-blade 5-40 cm long, 3-15 mm wide, margins scabrous. Common Names. Paspalum scrobiculatum is the only species that is presumably indigenous, or perhaps an early introduction, to the Hawaiian Islands. Please email nativeplantshawaii@gmail.com if you wish to contribute to the data. Natural Zones (Elevation in feet, Rainfall in inches). Botanical Name : Paspalum scrobiculatum English Name : Indian paspalum, Rice Grass, Native Paspalum, Ditch Millet, Water couch, Creeping paspalum Common Names : Koda Millet, Kodo Millet or Kodra Millet, Ditch Millet, Hureek Hindi Name: Khododhan, Kodoadhan (Bengali) Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Family Poaceae, Tribe Paniceae, spikelet; disarticulation below the glumes. However, domesticated forms have been developed in southern India, where they are planted quite widely." "The character used to distinguish Paspalum orbiculare and P. scrobiculatum, the presence of single or paired spikelets in the raceme, is a weak one. Common names . More than a dozen other Paspalum spp. Also known as: paspalum, caterpillar grass, millet grass, common paspalum, Dallis grass, hairy flowered paspalum, large watergrass, Leichhardt grass, ... .scrobic (Paspalum scrobiculatum) is a moderate-sized grass (usually 0.5-1.5 m tall) with relatively narrow leaves (3-12 mm across). (1992) (voucher ID: PTBG 16360) Taxon name on voucher: Paspalum scrobiculatum In Fiji, Paspalum scrobiculatum is abundant at elevations up to 1 300 m in clearings, along roadsides, in pastures, ditches, waste land, etc. Sterile lemma similar to upper glume, 3–5-nerved. So Mauʻu laiki literally means "Rice grass. (1980) (p. 163) American Samoa Tutuila Islands : Tutuila Island : National Tropical Botanical Garden (U.S.A. Hawaii. Paspalum scrobiculatum Synonyms: Common Name(s): Kodo millet Family: Poaceae Growth Habit: Annual/Perennial Invasiveness: Noxious weed:USDA Growing Days: 120 to 180 (days) Temperature: The specific epithet scrobiculatum is from the Latin scrobiculatus, depressions or pitted. Name Authority; Paspalum akoense: Hayek: Paspalum cartilagineum: Presl & Presl: Paspalum commersonii: Lamarck: Paspalum frumentaceum: Rottbøll: Paspalum jardinii Paspalum scrobiculatum is a perennial tufted grass up to 100 cm tall. Lower glume absent; upper glume membranous or chartaceous, as long as spikelet, 5–7-nerved. Caryopsis 1.1–1.5 mm long, nearly orbicular, reddish-brown; embryo less than 1/2 the length of the caryopsis; hilum oval. Biological TypegrassCodePASSCHabitatterrestrialLife Formannual Other differences in spikelet shape and coloration are equally unreliable in providing a basis for maintaining these as separate species" (Wagner et … The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. Missouri Botanical Garden. • Paspalum scrobiculatum is a millet that thrives in the poorest soil. PHOTOS FOR THIS SPECIES CAN BE SEEN AT THE LINK (Copy & Paste to your browser): https://www.flickr.com/search/?user_id=50823119%40N08&sort=date-taken-desc&view_all=1&text=Paspalum%20scrobiculatum, This record is as complete as we can generate for this plant profile at this point. … Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Other Common Names: kodomillet, Indian crown grass, Indian paspalum, Ditch millet, Kodo-millet, kodomillet, ricegrass, ricegrass paspalum Categories Plants - Grass or Grasslike Paspalum deightonii (C.E.Hubb.) Taxon name on voucher: Paspalum scrobiculatum : American Samoa Tutuila Islands : Tutuila Island : Whistler, W. A. It is grown as a minor crop in most of these areas, with the exception of the Deccan plateau in India where it is grown as a major food source. An Paspalum scrobiculatum in uska species han Liliopsida nga ginhulagway ni Carl von Linné.An Paspalum scrobiculatum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Paspalum, ngan familia nga Poaceae. Scher, D. S. Walters, and A.J. Paspalum commersonii Lam.. Paspalum commutatum Nees. Perennial mat forming or sometimes tufted, with the culms 30-90(-150) cm tall, erect or decumbent and rooting at the lower nodes. Paspalum scrobiculatum kodomillet This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Paspalum scrobiculatum, commonly called Kodo millet or Koda millet, , is an annual grain that is grown primarily in Nepal (not to confuse with Kodo (Finger millet, Eleusine coracana) and also in the India, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and in West Africa from where it originated. Description Top of page P. scrobiculatum is a tufted annual or perennial grass up to 150 cm tall. Paspalum confertum J.Le Conte Paspalum confertum Leconte Paspalum coromandelinum Lam. Scrobic (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.) is a vigorous, tufted (up to 60 cm diameter) and slender perennial grass. It is a very hardy crop that is drought tolerant and can survive on marginal soils w… Paspalum thunbergii Kunth ex Steud.) © 2009 All Rights Reserved. Pl. Scientific Name : Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Common Name : Koden (Hindi), Kodra (Hindi), Harka (Kannada), Koovaragu (Malayalam), Varagu (Tamil), Arikelu (telugu), Kodua (Oriya) For the complete list of common names of millets and sorghum in various language, please click here The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23 ) which reports it as an accepted name (record 432275 ) with original publication details: Mant. Grass-like, Tall, Greater than or equal to 2.5. Spikelets solitary, not associated with a naked pedicel or rudimentary spikelets. Paspalum scrobiculatum is a perennial tufted grass up to 100 cm tall. ", Lost Crops of Africa: Volume I: Grains notes: "Although wild forms of kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum) occur in Africa, the plant is not grown as a crop there. Reported to have originated from the Americas, it can be a serious weed of rice in West Africa. idtools.org. Mauʻu laiki is found from sea level to 3510 feet. Paspalum scrobiculatum L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Paspalum (family Poaceae ). ex Döll. long, each raceme 4–12 cm. Spikelets Habitat Please include sources and references for all data submitted. Kodo millet scientifically knows as Paspalum scrobiculatum, is an annual grain that is grown in primarily in India, but also in the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and in West Africa where it originates. Paspalum is a genus of some 250 species worldwide and belonging to Poaceae or Grass family. Common name: Scrobic. Paspalum cartilagineum J.Presl. Paspalum orbiculare G. Forst. Inflorescence composed of 2–11 racemes on a common axis up to 9 cm. The generic name Paspalum is derived from the Greek paspalos, the name of a small millet mentioned in the works of ancient Greek authors. long, the spikelets borne singly in 2 rows on a ribbon-like rhachis 2–3 mm. [1], [1] "Lost Crops of Africa: Volume I: Grains" http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=2305&page=249 [Accessed on 10/19/11]. Results. Paspalum adelogaeum Steud.. Paspalum akoense Hayata. Also known as: paspalum, caterpillar grass, millet grass, common paspalum, Dallis grass, hairy flowered paspalum, large watergrass, Leichhardt grass, Paspalum Grass Description. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. Leaves. Botanical name: Paspalum dilatatum. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Paspalum Grass. In Hawaii, P. scrobiculatum is common on slopes in poor, thin soil where few other grasses will grow, and in wet, swampy ground, 0 to 1 070 m (Wagner et al. A long … Paspalum scrobiculatum: Exclusion Explanation: Misapplied to Paspalum boscianum. Propagation is by grain. Spikelets pedicellate, solitary, in 2 rows, 2.75–3 mm long. Indian paspalum in English Indian paspalum in language. Paspalum barbatum Schumach.. Paspalum borbonicum teud.. Paspalum boscianum Flüggé. wide. The species is native to India where it is grown as a cereal called "Kodo". Kodo-millet in language. Synonyms: Paspalum commersonii Lam. (Smith 1979, in PIER 2006). Leaf blades are 15-40 cm long, 5-12 mm wide, pale green. Native Plants Hawaii. It grows to a height of 0.3-1 m. The roots are rather shallow and the stems are ascending, branched and somewhat succulent. Paspalum polystachyum R. Br. University of Hawaii. The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. Paspalum confertum J.Le Conte. 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