Festuca rubra L.
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Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Festuca rubra L. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000871854. Accessed on: 05 Jun 2020'

General Information

16. Festuca rubra L., Sp. Pl. 74 (1753). Lectotipo (designado por Jarvis et al., 1987): Suecia, Linnaeus s.n. (GB).

Por G. Davidse.

Innovaciones extravaginales; rizomas hasta 10 cm. Tallos 20-90 cm, glabros. Vainas puberulentas o glabras, rojizo oscuro, fibrosas con la edad, los márgenes unidos; aurículas ausentes; lígula 0.1-0.2 mm, diminutamente ciliolada, con diminutas extensiones laterales; láminas 5-40 cm x 0.5-1.5 mm, dobladas, glabras; esclerénquima abaxial en islotes separados; esclerénquima adaxial ausente; células buliformes no evidentes. Panículas 3-17 x 2-4 cm, densas, oblongas; eje escabriúsculo; ramas más inferiores solitarias o pareadas, adpresas, desnudas en el 1/3 inferior; pedicelos escabriúsculos. Espiguillas 5-14 mm; gluma inferior 2-3.5 mm, angostamente lanceolada, 1-nervia; gluma superior 3.5-5 mm; flósculos 3-9; lemas 5-6 mm, glabras o escabrosas hacia el ápice, enteras, la arista 1-3 mm; anteras 2-3 mm; ovario glabro. Potreros. CR (Davidse et al. 21145, MO). 2700-3100 m. (Nativa de regiones templadas y subárticas del hemisferio norte; introducida en las montañas altas de los trópicos y áreas templadas del hemisferio sur.)

  • Provided by: [A].Flora Mesoamericana
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    Plants loosely tufted, shortly rhizomatous; shoots extravaginal; basal sheaths reddish brown. Culms 15–60(–100) cm tall, nodes 1–3. Leaf sheaths glabrous or with retrose hairs, occasionally reddish; auricles present as erect swellings or absent; leaf blades setaceous, conduplicate or culm blades flat, 6–30 cm × 0.4–1 mm (to 4 mm when flat), veins 5–7; adaxial to abaxial sclerenchyma strands absent, abaxial sclerenchyma in narrow discrete strands; ligule 0.1–0.5 mm, margin without cilia. Panicle fairly loose, 5–14(–20) cm; branches 1.5–8 cm, scabrid or hairy, 1–4 at lowest node. Spikelets 6–13 mm, green or purple; florets 2–6(–10); glumes smooth or slightly scabrid; lower glume narrowly lanceolate, 2–3.5(–4.5) mm; upper glume broadly lanceolate, 3.5–5.5(–6) mm; rachilla internodes ca. 0.8 mm, pubescent; lemmas smooth, scabrid or pubescent, (4–)5–7(–8) mm; awns (0.3–)1–3.5(–5) mm, rarely awnless; palea keels scabrid toward apex. Anthers (1–)2–3.7 mm. Ovary apex glabrous. 2n = 14, 21, 28, 42, 49, 53, 56, 64, 70.

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    Plantas rizomatosas, 25–90 cm. Hojas con la vaina sin aurículas; lígula inconspicua; lámina 6–38(–42) cm × 0.5–1 mm, doblada, glabra. Infls. erectas, 4–15 cm, espiciformes y densas, verdes, las ramas inferiores soli-tarias o pareadas. Espiguillas 5–14 mm; gluma inferior 1-nervada, la superior 3.5–5.5 mm; flósculos 3–7(–10);lemas 4.5–6 mm, aristadas, la arista 1–3 mm.

  • Provided by: [C].Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica
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    "Culms glabrous, 3–10 dm, usually loosely tufted, often decumbent at base, frequently rhizomatous; young shoots diverging from the axils and breaking through the base of the sheath; lower sheaths closed and reddish-purple when young, soon disintegrating into loose reddish-brown fibers; blades glabrous, 0.7–2 mm wide, with (3)5 ribs, the sclerenchyma in 7–9(11) discrete strands opposite the veins; infl 5–20 cm, narrow, with ascending branches or in some forms loosely spreading, the lowermost branches (or at least one of them) naked for mostly (4)5 mm below the first pedicel; spikelets 4–7-fld; first glume subulate, 2.6–4.5 mm, the second broader, 3.5–5.5 mm; lemmas 4.8–6.1 mm, the longest awns 1–3 mm; 2n=14, 28, 41, 49, 50, 56, 70. In a wide range of open habitats, widely distributed in n. Europe and in N. Amer., in our range from Que. to Wis., s. to Ga. and Mo.; plants of the coastal region thought to be native, but some or all of the inland forms may be intr. (F. prolifera, a viviparous form with some of the lemmas elongate and foliaceous, occurring from Nf. to the mts. of N. Engl.)"

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    Included Subspecies

    Synonyms

     Information From

    Flora Mesoamericana
    http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/fm/
    Gerrit Davidse, Mario Sousa Sánchez, A. O. Chater, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Instituto de Biología, Missouri Botanical Garden, Natural History Museum (London, England) UNAM, 1994
    • A Missouri Botanical Garden
    Flora Of CHina @ efloras.org
    http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=2
    'Flora of China @ eFloras (2008). Published on the Internet http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=2 [accessed August 2016]' Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA.
    • B Missouri Botanical Garden
    Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica
    http://www.tropicos.org/Project/Costa%20Rica
    Hammel, B. E.; Grayum, M. H.; Herrera, C.; Zamora, N. Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, 2003-2014
    • C Missouri Botanical Garden
    New York Botanical Garden
    Descriptions of plants should be attributed to the full citation for each individual article, chapter or book that is the source for each record, which should include the authors of original publication.
    • D Content licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
    Poaceae
    • E CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).
    World Flora Online consortium
    http://www.worldfloraonline.org/organisation/WFO
    World Flora Online Data. 2018.
    • F CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).