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Published In: Stapfia 75: 170. 2001. (Stapfia) Name publication detail
 

 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
General/Distribution: A genus of 4 species from Afghanistan eastwards to China and Nepal; 2 species occur in Pakistan.

 

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Caespitose perennials. Leaf blades linear, flat or more usually convolute. Inflorescence a compact raceme. Spikelets 3.6-flowered, the florets similar, bisexual, or the uppermost ± reduced; rhachilla disarticulating below each floret, slender, hairy or glabrous, produced as a short bristle or ending with a rudimentary floret; glumes subequal, rounded on the back, herbaceous with hyaline margins and tip, 5-13-nerved, acute, acuminate or shortly awned; lemmas ovate, ± enclosed by the glumes, herbaceous with hyaline margins and tip, 7-13-nerved, bifid, geniculately awned from between the teeth; palea as long as the lemma, 2-keeled, the keels mucronate or shortly awned at the tip; stamens 3; stigmas 2.
 

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1 Culm scabrid below the inflorescence; glumes dull, faintly scaberulous, the upper 11-13-nerved; lemmas 11-13-nerved Duthiea bromoides
+ Culm smooth below the inflorescence; glumes glossy, smooth, the upper 7-nerved; lemmas 7-nerved Duthiea oligostachya
 
 
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