ITIS Standard Report Page: Paspalum conjugatum.
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An Paspalum conjugatum in uska species han Liliopsida nga ginhulagway ni Peter Jonas Bergius.An Paspalum conjugatum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Paspalum, ngan familia nga Poaceae. Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. 1.0 1.1; 3.0 3.1; Mga sumpay ha gawas.
A long-lived tufted grass growing up to 1.5 m tall. Its leaf blades are slightly folded at the base and are usually hairless. Its seed-heads are borne at the tips of the upright flowering stems these seed-heads have 2-11 branches (2.5-11 cm long) that are alternatively arranged along a main stalk each seed-head branch bears numerous small flower spikelets that are covered with hairs.
Range Description: Paspalum conjugatum is native to tropical America but now common throughout the South-East Asia and in many tropical countries of the world. In India it is found in Assam, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Taxon name on voucher: Paspalum conjugatum P.J.Bergius Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (US) Saipan Saipan Island Bishop Museum (Honolulu) (1946) (voucher ID: BISH 635625) Taxon name on voucher: Paspalum conjugatum P.J.Bergius Cook Islands Northern Cook Islands Rakahanga Atoll McCormack, Gerald (2013) Cook Islands.
Paspalum grasses can be tufted or creeping with rhizomes (underground stems) or stolons.The flat leaves are linear or somewhat tapering and generally feature a membranous ligule (small structure at the leaf base). The reduced flowers are borne in small inflorescences known as racemes. Members of the genus utilize a photosynthetic pathway known as C 4 carbon fixation, which largely prevents.
Paspalum repens is an aquatic grass native to Florida. It is frequently found submersed or floating, growing in the mud or shallow waters of rivers, ponds, streams and swamps along the Florida peninsula west to the central panhandle.