Fimbristylis pierotii

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Fimbristylis pierotii


Glabrous perennial with creeping, woody rhizome clothed with lanceolate scales. Leaves shorter than the stems, rigid, flat or with inrolled, scabrid margins, acute, rather abruptly acuminate, often with a subulate point, dark green, 1-2 mm wide; Inflorescence simple or subcompound, loose, with 3-10 spikelets, 1½- 4 cm long. Stamens 3;


Asia-Temperate: Korea present, Asia-Tropical: India present; Philippines (Philippines present), Baguio present, Benguet Subprov present, Japan present, Kumaon present, N. Luzon present, NW. Himalaya present, Quelpaert present, Simla present
From India (NW. Himalaya, Simla, Kumaon) to Japan and Korea (S. part and Quelpaert); in Malesia only in the Philippines: N. Luzon (Benguet Subprov.: Baguio).


OHWI 1944 – In: Mem. Coll. Sc. Kyoto Imp. Un. B: 65
Merr. 1923 – In: En. Philip.: 125
Clarke 1893 – In: Fl. Br. Ind.: 642
KERN 1955 – In: Blumea: 112
BOECK. 1871 – In: Linnaea: 32
KOYAMA 1961 – In: J. Fac. Sc. Un. Tokyo: 106