Holcus lanatus L.
  • Sp. Pl.
  • MIELILLA.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Holcus lanatus L. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000874509. Accessed on: 13 Aug 2020'

General Information

Perennial, softly hairy. Culms tufted, erect or geniculate at base, 30–80 cm tall, pubescent, 4–5-noded. Leaf sheaths loose, tomentose with reflexed hairs; leaf blades flat, 6–18 cm, 3–9 mm wide, soft, both surfaces pubescent, apex acute; ligule 2–3 mm, truncate or toothed. Panicle lanceolate to oblong or ovate in outline, rather loose to very dense, 3–12 cm; branches narrowly ascending, pubescent. Spikelets oblong or gaping, 3.5–6 mm, pale grayish green or purplish; glumes lanceolate, keel and veins hispidulous, surface scabrid or puberulent to villous, lower glume apex acute, upper glume wider and sometimes slightly longer than lower glume, apex mucronate; florets subequal, 2–2.5 mm; rachilla ca. 0.5 mm; lower lemma awnless, anthers 1.8–2 mm; upper lemma with hooked 1–2 mm awn, anthers ca. 1.5 mm. Fl. and fr. May–Oct.

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    1. Holcus lanatus L., Sp. Pl. 1048 (1753). Lectotipo (designado por Cope en Jarvis et al., 1993): Anon. (LINN-1212.10).

    Por R.W. Pohl.

    Tallos 20-100 cm, erectos, simples; entrenudos. Vainas y láminas velutinas; lígula 1.5-3 mm; láminas 4-20 cm x 3-10 mm. Panícula 7-15 cm, angosta, contraída. Espiguillas 4-4.5 mm; glumas pelosas, ciliadas, la inferior lanceolada, 1-nervia, la superior anchamente ovada, 3-nervia; flósculos 2-2.3 mm; anteras 1.7-2.2 mm. 2n=14. Ch (Ton 1210, DS); CR (Pohl y Davidse 10515, ISC); P (Ebinger 734, US). 1600-3200 m. (Nativa de Eurasia; introducida y naturalizada en otras áreas.)

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    Hierbas cespitosas, 20–110 cm, los nudos barbados. Hojas con la vaina velu-tina; lígula una membrana 1.5–3.5 mm; lámina (3.5–)4.5–21 cm × 3–9(–11) mm,aplanada, linear, velutina. Infl. una panícula terminal, 6–14(–16.5) cm, blancoplateado, blanca, o blanco verdusco, rara vez blanco rosado. Espiguillas 4–4.7 mm, comprimidas lateralmente, carinadas, pediceladas; desarticulación pordebajo de las glumas, la espiguilla caediza como una unidad; glumas pubes-centes, la inferior 1-nervada, la superior trinervada; flósculos 2, 2–2.5 mm, elinferior bisexual, no aristado, el superior estaminado, aristado; lema superior1.8–2.5 mm, aristada (la arista >5 mm), 3–5-nervada; páleas ligeramente máscortas que las lemas.

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    "Culms 4–10 dm, without rhizomes, soft-villous below, the upper internode usually glabrous; sheaths soft-hairy; blades pale green, soft-hairy, 4–10 mm wide; infl narrowly ovoid, dense, 5–15 cm; glumes 4–5 mm, acute, villous on the surface, short-hirsute on the veins; lemmas smooth and shining, 2 mm, obtuse, the awn of the upper one hooked, 1–2 mm, scarcely exserted from the glumes; 2n=14. Meadows and roadsides in moist soil; native of Europe, now well established throughout our range."

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    Morphology

    Perennial, loosely tufted, up to 1 m high. Leaf blades 1.5-8.0 mm wide. Leaves conspicuously woolly, greyish to blue-green. Spikelets 3-4 mm long; lower glume awn never exceeding 0.5 mm; upper glume awn to 1 mm long; upper floret male.

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    Perennial to 1 m. Leaves linear-lanceolate, softly hairy. Spikelets in a panicle, pink and grey, upper glume awn to 1 mm.

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    Habitat

    Damp areas.

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    Vleis, damp sheltered places, on sandy to nutrient rich soils.

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    Distribution

    Native to Europe.

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    Eurasian weed.

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    Distribution Map

     
    • Introduced distribution
    Introduced into
    • Southern America Brazil Paraní
    • Rio Grande do Sul
    • Santa Catarina
    • São Paulo

    Other Local Names

    NameLanguageCountry
    MIELILLA.
    Velvet grassEnglish
    Capim-lanudoPortuguese
    Yorkshire FogEnglish

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