Fimbristylis fuscoides

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Fimbristylis fuscoides


Perennial. Leaves ⅓-½ as long as the stems, erect, rigid, very narrow, flat, acute, glabrous, scabrid at the top, greyish or glaucous, ½-⅔ mm wide; Inflorescence simple or compound, loose, with 4-18 spikelets, 2-4 cm long. Stamens 3;


Asia-Tropical: Cambodia (Cambodia present); Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia present); Thailand (Thailand present), Billiton present, Bukit Ketri heath present, Cochinchina present, Distr. Papar present, Kimanis F.R present, Labuan present, Malesia only in the Western part present, N. Borneo present, Perlis present, Setul present
Thailand, Cochinchina, Cambodia; in Malesia only in the Western part: Malay Peninsula (Setul; Perlis: Bukit Ketri heath), Billiton, N. Borneo (Distr. Papar, Kimanis F.R.; Labuan).


KERN 1955 – In: Blumea: 125
Clarke 1908 – In: Kew Bull.: 25
Ridl. 1925 – In: Fl. Mal. Pen.: 160
CAMUS 1912 – In: Fl. Gén. I.-C.: 124
CAMUS 1912 – In: Fl. Gén. I.-C.: 113
Clarke 1967 – In: Blumea: 433