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Hyparrhenia hirta (L.) Stapf
Family : POACEAE
Protologue : Fl. Trop. Afr. [Oliver et al.] 9[2]: 315 (1917)
Information on the genus : Hyparrhenia
Basionym : Andropogon hirtus L.
 
 
Status
Status for MA : accepted (present)
Status for NA : accepted (present)
Status for SA : accepted (present)
Status for TA : accepted (present)
 
Synonym(s) Homotypic
 Andropogon hirtus L. (1753)
 Hyparrhenia hirta (L.) Stapf subsp. hirta
 Heteropogon hirtus (L.) Andersson ex Schweinf. (1867)
 Trachypogon hirtus (L.) Nees (1829)
 Sorghum hirtum (L.) Kuntze (1891)
 
Synonym(s) Heterotypic
=Hyparrhenia hirta var. podotricha (Hochst.) Pic. Serm.
=Andropogon podotrichus Hochst.
=Hyparrhenia hirta f. podotricha (Hochst.) Stapf
=Andropogon hirtus var. podotrichus (Hochst.) Hack. (1889)
=Hyparrhenia podotricha (Hochst.) Andersson ex Romero Zarco (1986)
=Hyparrhenia modica (De Wild.) Robyns
=Cymbopogon modicus De Wild. (1919)
=Andropogon transvaalensis Stapf (1898)
=Hyparrhenia hirta f. pubescens (Vis.) Maire & Weiller
=Andropogon pubescens Vis. (1829)
=Andropogon hirtus f. pubescens (Vis.) Hack. (1889)
=Hyparrhenia pubescens (Vis.) Chiov. (1928)
=Hyparrhenia hirta subsp. villosa Pignatti
=Andropogon sinaicus Delile
=Hyparrhenia sinaica (Delile) G. López (1994)
=Andropogon hirtus var. longearistatus Willk. ex Willk. & Lange (1861)
 
Taxon infra-specific
Hyparrhenia hirta (L.) Stapf subsp. hirta
 
Ecology and distribution
South. Afr.
Biol./Eco : perennial-Graminoid- Ht up to 1 m. Alt: 5 - 2600 m. Distribution: BOT, LES, NAM, EC, FS, GA, KN, LP, MP, NC, NW, WC, SWZ
Mada.
Biol./Eco : Herb; distribution: Asia, New World, Australasia/Pacific, Mascarenes, Africa,

Bibliography for Tropical Africa :
  • Exell, A. & Wild, H. (2002). Flora Zambesiaca: Mozambique, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Bechuanaland Protectorate. London Kew 10[4]: 107-109
  • Darbyshire, I. Kordofami, M. & al. (2015). The plants of Sudan and south Sudan, An annoted checklist. Kew Publishing

Bibliography for Southern Africa :
  • Oliver, D., Dyer, W.T.T.; Prain, D.; Hill, A.W. (1917). Flora of Tropical Africa 9: 315 
  • Bothalia 1[1-3]: 249 (1921).

Bibliography for North Africa :
  • Fl. Afrique N. 1: 289 (1952). 
  • CUÉNOD, A. (1954). Flore analytique et synoptique de la Tunisie. Office de l'Expérimentation et de la Vulgarisation Agricoles.  
  • Fl. Algérie [Quézel & Santa] 1: 87 (1962).
  • Fl. Eur. 5: 266 (1980).
  • OZENDA, P. (1983). Flore et végétation du Sahara. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris.
  • VALDES, B., S. TALAVERA & E. FERNANDEZ-GALIANO (ed.) (1987). Flora Vascular de Andalucía Occidental, vol. 3 3: 409 
  • ALI, S. I., S. M. H. JAFRI & A. EL GADI (ed.) (1988). Flora of Libya. 145: 310
  • BARRY J. P. & J. C. CELLES (1991). Flore de Mauritanie. Institut supérieur scientifique de Nouakchott - Université de Nice.
  • HANSEN, A. & P. SUNDING (1993). Flora of Macaronesia. Checklist of vascular plants. 4. revised edition Sommerfeltia 17: 1-295
  • Fl. Egypt (Boulos) 4: 341 (2005).
  • BOULOS, L. & E. LE FLOC'H (2008). Flore de Tunisie : catalogue synonymique commenté
 
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Map
carte afrique num 50694
 
Record n°50694 modified 2007-04-24
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