Aristida


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Aristida

member of grass family Poaceae; seeds cause subcutaneous abscesses. Includes A. arenaria (A. contorta), A. ciliata, A. obtusa (Stipagrostis spp.).
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Aristida correlliae, a new species of Poaceae from the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Vivacious Family Scientific Vernacularna species name me Chenopodiaceae Traganum Damrane nudatum Ephedraceae Ephedra alata Alanda Poaceae Aristida Drinn pungens Ephemeral Brassicaceae Savignya Gouglene species longistyla Rosaceae Neurada Saadane procumbens Vivacious Course species Beds of wadi, Ergs, Hamadas Ergs, Beds of wadi Sandy soils Ephemeral Beds of wadi, Depressions, species Hamadas, Sandy soils, Ergs.
This pool contains a small amount of emergent vegetation (Andropogon, Aristida, Panicum).
A Clark, Paspalum notatum Flugge, Andropogon lateralis Nees (touceiras pastejadas e nao-pastejadas), Paspalum plicatulum Michx, Erianthus angustifolius Michx e Aristida laevis (Nees) Kunth.
Grasses: Chrysopogon monatus, Chrysopogon aucheri, Themeda anathera, Bothriothloa pertusa, Aristida mutabilis, Cenchrus ciliaris, Digitaria nodos, Desmostachya bipinnata, Imperarta cylindrical, Eleusine compressa, Cynodon dactylon, Panicum antidorale, Pennisetum orientate, Polvpogon monspeliensis, Cymobopogon jawarancusa, Eulatiopsis binata Desert Trees/Shrubs: Araria jacquemontii, Aracia rangelands nilotica, Acacia Senegal, Calligonum polygonoides, Euphorbia cadurifolia.
Dominant vegetation in the wet meadow was Aristida longispica (21%) and Rhynchospora capitellata (7.
c) PEEM, Perityle emoryi; ARAD, Aristida adscensionis; EUPH, Euphorbia spp.
An indication of overgrazed land is the appearance of Guterrezia and Artemisia species and Aristida.
A perennial known as Lehmann's lovegrass increased 20-fold and the annual grass Aristida adscensionis tripled in abundance.
The grasslands consisted of grasses and annual herbs such as Bouteloa, Aristida hamulosa, and Fouqueria splendens.
Pronounced axial bilobate phytoliths, such as those of Aristida (Fig.