Chrysopogon

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Chrysopogon
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Chrysopogon aciculatus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Monocots
(unranked): Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Subfamily: Panicoideae
Tribe: Andropogoneae
Genus: Chrysopogon
Trin.
Synonyms[1]

Chrysopogon is a genus of tropical and subtropical plants in the grass family. They are widespread across Eurasia, Africa, Australia, southeastern North America, and various islands.[2] [3]

Species[1]
  1. Chrysopogon aciculatus - east + south + southeast Asia, Queensland, various islands in Pacific + Indian Oceans
  2. Chrysopogon argutus - Madagascar, Mauritius, Rodrigues I
  3. Chrysopogon asper - Tamil Nadu
  4. Chrysopogon aucheri - Algeria, Morocco, Ethiopia, Socotra, Somalia; Asia from Yemen to Kashmir
  5. Chrysopogon borneensis - Kalimantan Timur
  6. Chrysopogon castaneus - Maharashtra
  7. Chrysopogon celebicus - Sulawesi
  8. Chrysopogon copei - Tamil Nadu
  9. Chrysopogon crevostii - Cambodia, Vietnam
  10. Chrysopogon elongatus - New Guinea, Queensland, Northern Territory
  11. Chrysopogon fallax - Australia
  12. Chrysopogon festucoides - India, southeast Asia
  13. Chrysopogon filipes - New Guinea, Australia
  14. Chrysopogon fulvibarbis - West Africa
  15. Chrysopogon fulvus - Indian Subcon, Indochina, Pen Malaysia
  16. Chrysopogon gryllus - Eurasia from France to Thailand
  17. Chrysopogon hackelii - Tamil Nadu
  18. Chrysopogon hamiltonii - Bihar
  19. Chrysopogon humbertianus - Madagascar
  20. Chrysopogon intercedens - Papua New Guinea
  21. Chrysopogon lancearius - Bangladesh, Sikkim, Bhutan
  22. Chrysopogon latifolius - Northern Territory, Western Australia
  23. Chrysopogon lawsonii - India, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam
  24. Chrysopogon macleishii - Oman
  25. Chrysopogon micrantherus - Papua New Guinea
  26. Chrysopogon nemoralis - Panay, Vietnam, Pen Malaysia
  27. Chrysopogon nigritanus - Africa
  28. Chrysopogon nodulibarbis - Indian Subcon, Indochina
  29. Chrysopogon oliganthus - Australia
  30. Chrysopogon orientalis - Indian Subcon, S China, SE Asia
  31. Chrysopogon pallidus - Australia
  32. Chrysopogon pauciflorus - Texas, North Carolina, Florida,[4] Cuba
  33. Chrysopogon perlaxus - Thailand
  34. Chrysopogon plumulosus - Africa, Arabia
  35. Chrysopogon polyphyllus - India, Myanmar
  36. Chrysopogon pseudozeylanicus - India
  37. Chrysopogon purushothamanii - Kerala
  38. Chrysopogon rigidus - Queensland
  39. Chrysopogon schmidianus - Laos, Vietnam
  40. Chrysopogon serrulatus - Africa, Madagascar, S + SE Asia
  41. Chrysopogon setifolius - Australia
  42. Chrysopogon subtilis - Philippines, Java, Bali
  43. Chrysopogon sylvaticus - Australia
  44. Chrysopogon tadulingamii - India
  45. Chrysopogon tenuiculmis - Lesser Sunda Is
  46. Chrysopogon velutinus - Karnataka
  47. Chrysopogon verticillatus - India
  48. Chrysopogon zizanioides - Southeast Asia
formerly included[1]

see Asthenochloa Andropogon Bothriochloa Capillipedium Dimeria Garnotia Sorghastrum

References[edit]

Media related to Chrysopogon at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Chrysopogon at Wikispecies