Hubbardia diandra Chandore, Gosavi & S.R. Yadav

 
  • Family : POACEAE
    (GRASS FAMILY)
  • Family (as per The Plant List) : Poaceae
  • Species Name (as per The Plant List) : Not found in Plant list
  • Habit : Herb
  • Habitat : Semi-Evergreen forests
  • Comments / notes : On hanging dripping rocks in moist, shaded, sheltered places at an altitude of 400-600m
  • Key identification features : This species is differs from H. heptaneuron by its glumes with long tubercle-based hairs and two stamens in the fertile floret
  • Flower, Fruit : July-October
  • Distribution :
    • Karnataka : Belagavi district
    • Maharashtra : Kolhapur district
  • Native : India
  • Endemism : Western Ghats
  • World Distribution : India
  • Conservation Status : Critically Endangered (CR)
  • Literature : A.N. Chandore, K.V.C. Gosavi, S.M. Gund, R.V. Gurav & S.R. Yadav (2012). Hubbardia diandra, a new species of Poaceae from the northern Western Ghats with a note on tribe Hubbardieae. Kew Bulletin 67: 533-537.
  • Citation : Sankara Rao, K., Raja K Swamy, Deepak Kumar, Arun Singh R. and K. Gopalakrishna Bhat (2019). Flora of Peninsular India. http://peninsula.ces.iisc.ac.in/plants.php?name=Hubbardia diandra. Downloaded on 20 November 2019.

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