African Plant Database


Eichhornia Kunth
Family : PONTEDERIACEAE
Protologue : Enum. Pl. (Kunth) 4: 129-132 (1843)
 
Species
 
Status
Status for MA : accepted (present)
Status for NA : accepted (present)
Status for SA : accepted (present)
Status for TA : accepted (present)

Bibliography for Tropical Africa :
  • LEBRUN, J. P. & A. L. STORK (1995). Enumération des plantes à fleurs d’Afrique tropicale. Monocotyledones: Limnocharitaceae à Poaceae. Énum. Pl. Fleurs Afr. Trop. 3: 74
  • LEBRUN, J. P. & A. L. STORK (1997). Enumération des plantes à fleurs d’Afrique tropicale. Gamopétales: Ericaceae à Lamiaceae. Énum. Pl. Fleurs Afr. Trop. 4: 660

Bibliography for Southern Africa :
  • ALBANO PÉREZ, E. & al. (2011). A first report of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) soil seed banks in South Africa. S. African J. Bot. 77: 795-800 

Bibliography for North Africa :
  • DE KIMPE, P. (1957). Le contrôle de la Jacinthe d’eau. Bull. Agric. Congo Belge 48(1): 105-151.
  • GOPAL, B. (1987). Waterhyacinth, Biology, Ecology and Management. (Aquatic Plant Studies 1)
  • HARLEY, K. L. S. & al. (1996). Water hyacinth: a tropical worldwide problem and methods for its control. In: BROWN, H. & al., ed., Proceedings Second International Weed Control Congress Copenhagen, Denmark 25-28 June 1996, 2: 639-644. Department of Wee
  • La peste verte du Lac Victoria. 258:03:00 (1997)
  • JUDLIEN, M. H. & al. (1999). Biological control of water hyacinth: The weevils Neochetina bruchi and N. eichhorniae: Biologies, host ranges, and rearing, releasing and monitoring techniques for biological control of Eichhornia crassipes. ACIAR [Austral
  • WHITE, I. & D. C. DURKIN (2000). Environmental, ethnobotanical and commercial aspects of Water Hyacinth. Newslett. Hawaiian Bot. Soc. 39(3): 4: 21, 23-39.
  • Pêcheurs kenyans ruinés par les jacinthes d’eau. 125/29: 7. (2004)
  • WILLIAMS, A. E. & al. (2005). Water hyacinth in Lake Victoria: Why did it vanish so quickly and will it return ? Aquat. Bot. 81: 300-314.
  • Acta Bot. Gallica 152: 269-280. (2005)
  • WILLIAMS, A. E. & al. (2007). Water hyacinth decline across Lake Victoria – was it caused by climatic perturbation or biological control ? A reply. Aquat. Bot. 87: 94-96.
  • CHOUDHARY, M. P. & S. SHARMA (2007). Conversion of World’s worst aquatic weed ‘Eichhornia crassipes’ into a plant of economic and environmental importance through treatment of stainless steel rolling mill wastewater. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 31: 286-29
  • WILLIAMS, A. E. & al. (2007). The decline of water hyacinth on Lake Victoria was due to biological control by Neochetina spp. Aquat. Bot. 87: 87: 90-93.
  • SWART, E. (2007). The water hyacinth is spreading ! Veld Fl. (1975+) 93: 28
  • Dobignard, A. & C. Chatelain (2010). Index synonymique de la flore d'Afrique du Nord. Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques Ville de Genève. hors-série. 1: 384

Bibliography other :
  • Trop. Afr. Flow. Plants (Ecol. Distr.) 8: 252 (2014)
 
More info on :
see under Jstor_African Plant Initiative
see under The Euro-Mediterranean Plant Base
see under Catalogue de Madagascar
see under Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden
see under Herbarium, North Africa MPU
 
Map
carte afrique num 190435
 
Record n°190435 modified 2008-12-27
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