Tricostularia Nees ex Lehmann
  • Nov. Stirp. Pug. 8: 50. 1844.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Tricostularia Nees ex Lehmann. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000039097. Accessed on: 18 Feb 2020'

General Information

Herbs, perennial. Rhizomes short. Culms tufted, erect, terete or 3-angled. Leaves basal, rarely 1 or 2 cauline, often reduced to sheaths; ligule absent. Inflorescences paniculate, usually much branched. Spikelets solitary or clustered, compressed, narrowly ovoid-oblong, 1- or 2(or 3)-flowered, basalmost flower usually male, apical flower(s) bisexual. Glumes 4-6, pale brown, distichous, membranous, glabrous, 1-veined, keeled, basal 2-4 empty. Perianth scales (3-)6, whitish, lanceolate to linear, short, flat, hyaline. Stamens 3; connective apex apiculate. Stigmas 3. Nutlet brown, sessile, obovoid or pyriform, small, 3-sided, with 3 pale ribs, hispid at apex.

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