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Published In: Contributions to the Botany of India 123. 1834. (Dec 1834) (Contr. Bot. India) Name publication detail

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Synonym Text: C. meiogyna Nees in Wight, l.c.: 123. 1834; C. caricinus (D. Don) Ghildyal & U.C. Bhattach. in J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 7: 602. 1985; Cyperus caricinus D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nepal.: 39. 1825, nom. rej. prop. (Noltie in Taxon 46: 551, 1997).
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: August-September.
Type: Type: "Wight, cat. n. 1916" (E) see Noltie, l.c., 1997.
Habitat: In monsoon areas, hill sides.
Distribution: Distribution: SE Asia.
Map Location: C-7 Hazara: Murree Hills, Stewart 3866 (RAW); Murree, Changla Gali, Stewart 7692 (RAW); C-8 Kashmir: Poonch, Chattar, Khan s.n. (RAW); Azad Kashmir, Junjall Hills, Khan (PPFI).


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Tufted perennial, 30-70 cm. Rhizome short, thick, dark, with fibrous scales. Stem erect or ascending, trigonous, smooth. Leaves from 3/4 of stem length to overtopping it; sheaths c. 40 mm, yellowish grey or brownish, soft; ligule c. 0.5 mm, white, scarious; blades 5-7 mm wide, margins and mid-nerve on abaxial side scabrous towards apex. Inflorescence of 4-5 lax partial inflorescences at leaf axils, sometimes two at same axil, these much branched and spreading; bracts almost equalling to overtopping the inflorescence; lowest sheath to 50 mm; inflorescence axis sharply angular, grooved, conspicuously scabrous; female glumes hispid, acute to long-acuminate, 1.8-2.2 x 0.7-0.9 mm, apex ciliate, with arista to 0.8 mm; utricles 3.3-4 x 1-1.2 mm, plano-convex, glabrous, prominently nerved, tightly enveloping fruit, green, beak 1.1-1.4 mm, cylindrical, glabrous or barbed along marginal nerves, or scabrous all over, ostiole wide, with scarious margins, oblique. Nut 2.3-2.8 x 0.9-1 mm, incl. c. 0.4 mm style base and c. 0.4 mm stipe, brown, fusiform, triangular, finely reticulate with papilla in each areole.
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