(Preprint from Nova acta physico-medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosum 13: 209–322. Gomphrena celosioides flower1 (14603790076).jpg 1,658 × 2,211; 1.35 MB. Quilon Dist. wildlife information including nomenclature, conservation statuses and notes about their distribution, habitat etc. ... Gomphrena celosioides Mart. The cemented brick walls were mostly old with cracks and porosity due to sand mixed with cement. 2019. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der natürlichen Familie Amarantaceen. The conditions were suitable for accommodation in the case of 28 and 13 species in The results can also be downloaded as a CSV file (Unicode UTF-8 encoding).. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Gomphrena flowers are small round shaped flowers available in a variety of colors. Three crucial decisions should be made when defining the status of a plant species in a given region: (1) whether the taxon is native or alien to that region (origin status); (2) what is its position in the invasion process, i.e., when was it A wide range of wild plant species support larval development: important species in India include Acanthospermum spp., Datura spp., Gomphrena celosioides and, in Africa, Amaranthus spp., Cleome sp. Fuirena stricta Steud. Govaerts, R. et al. Halle. This species grows in tropical, sub-tropical, semi-arid and warmer temperate environments. 10 plant name records match your search criteria Gomphrena celosioides.The results are below. It tends to be absent or persists at low levels in riparian habitat that has retained a … Botanical Name : Gomphrena celosioides Mart. natural or seminatural ecosystems or habitat as agent of change and threatens native biological diversity. 3.14. 13 3.13% Stylosanthes scabra 2 0.48% Eremophila debilis 35 8.41% Sida hackettiana 51 12.26% Unknown herb 1 (ball prickle) 4 0.96% TOTAL 416 - Voucher number: MIAG 55, 30-10-2012, Rajshahi. Results. species. Galium aparine L. Fumaria parviflora Lamk. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. Observation specific search options. Gomphrena celosioides, Lantana camara, Ruellia tuberosa, etc. It has oppositely positioned, short, hairy and elliptical leaves. Preferred habitat Alligator weed prefers open (full sun), disturbed sites along the banks of freshwater creeks, rivers, dams and lakes, but will also invade poorly drained, low-lying, floodplains. Medicinal Uses: This weed also causes, it is claimed, skin problems in cattle, and hay fever, asthma and dermatitis in some people. 144 pp. Habitat: In disturbed ground, roadsides, lawns and cultivated areas. Family: AMARANTHACEAE Citation: Gomphrena celosioides Mart., Beitr. Long-stemmed Gomphrena haageana is taller and lankier than G. globosa and is a native of Texas, New Mexico, and northeastern Mexico, which may account for its ability to stand up to high wind and blistering heat. It is a native plant from Central America including Brazil, Panama, and Guatemala, though it is well known and grown globally. Gomphrena serrata L. is the most common and most widely distributed noncultivated species of Gomphrena. Zambian distribution (Flora Zambesiaca): B,N,W,C,E,S Reference page. 331. Reproduces exclusively by seed. Dispersed in garden waste. Gomphrena celosioides in Kew Science Plants of the World online. Habitat: In disturbed ground, roadsides, lawns and cultivated areas. : 93 (301); Links []. and is the only one recorded from the Murchison and Yalgoo bioregions (Western Australian Herbarium 1998–). more adaptable to habitat in China, more likely to become invasive species in China, and much attention should be paid to plants from North and South America in the introduction of plants (Qiang et al. celosioides: like a Celosia, another genus in this family. Gomphrena is very popular due to its small cherry-like … Media in category "Gomphrena celosioides" The following 48 files are in this category, out of 48 total. Gomphocarpus physocarpus E. Meyer. Flowering time: Sep - Feb: ... Gomphrena celosioides EOL (Encyclopedia of Life): Gomphrena celosioides ePIC (electronic Plant Information Center): Gomphrena celosioides Flora Zambesiaca web site: Gomphrena celosioides 1825; Manilal & Sivar., Fl. Calicut 246. It is a weed of disturbed sites, bare areas, roadsides, parks, lawns, waste areas, watercourses, turfgrasses, orchards, and occasionally also native pastures and grasslands. Habitat and Distribution. Gomphrena verecunda is the most southerly distributed species of Gomphrena in Western Australia (apart from the invasive weed species G. celosioides Mart.) and Acalypha sp. Document specific search options. Saleem: Gomphrena decumbens sensu Gamble. Credit: M.Y. The introduction of plants to China has the following pathways: (1) Introduced as useful plants 94 species of 188 invasive alien plants Gomphrena celosioides (gomphrena weed) is a sprawling herb, with greenish flowering spikes in summer. Chromosome number: 2n=26 . BHL). Animal Health Station, Oonoonba, Townsiville, Department of Agriculture and Stock, Queensland. Amarantac. As a tropical annual plant, G. globosa blooms continuously throughout summer and early fall. References [] Primary references []. It is frequently misidentified as G. celosioides Martius, a closely related species restricted to South America except in cultivation. See Matthews (1991) and Majunath et al. gomphrena celosioides‐a plant causing ataxia in horses L. G. Newton B.V.Sc. It is considered to be a problematic weed in many tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. It is a weed of disturbed sites, bare areas, roadsides, parks, lawns, waste areas, watercourses, turfgrasses, orchards, and occasionally also native pastures and grasslands. (1989) for full lists. Gomphrena Globosa L. Glinus oppositifolius (L.) Aug.DC. wildlife location records and associated ecological survey data species lists for a range of Queensland area types including reserves, local government areas and catchments Gomphrena celosioides 19 4.57% Sclerolaena birchii 2 0.48% Verbena tenuisecta 3 0.72% Maireana microphlla ? Title. Martius,C.F.P. Altitude range: Flowering time: Sep - Feb: Worldwide distribution: Native of South America, but nowadays a weed of disturbed places throughout the tropics and subtropics. Gomphrena weed (Gomphrena celosioides) is an annual or short-lived perennial belonging to the Amaranthaceae family, consisting of over 166 species found in the Americas, Australia and Indo-Malaysia. Originally from South America, it is spreading rapidly in irrigated areas of most major settlements in the Kimberley, and is also recorded from Exmouth. Gomphrena serrata is closely related to G. globosa and was retained in Gom-phrena by Linnaeus. The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. Habitat This species grows in tropical, sub-tropical, semi-arid and warmer temperate environments. Status of occurrence: Rare. Phenology: June to October. were capable of enduring under such stressful habitats. Habitat: Waste lands, roadsides, dry sandy soil. The species Gomphrena celosioides Mart' was observed to occur in association with the poaceous species cynodon dactylon L. in several play-ground,s and water catchment areas' Ttre common Gomphrena celosioides similar to G. serrata, but the crests on bracteoles are short, irregularly dentate, and are just below the apex of the bracteoles (cf G. serrata, which has crests on 1/2 to full length of bracteoles). Gomphrena celosioides Flora Brasiliensis.jpg 3,876 × 5,579; 3.95 MB. 1982; Mohanan, Fl. Gomphrena celosioides Illustration. Synonyms : Gomphrena alba Peter Common Name : Prostrate Gomphrena, Prostrate Globe Amaranth Plant Family : Amaranthaceae Plant Form : Herb Occurrence (Sectors) : 1, 2, 4-6, 8, 10-13, 15-19, 21-24, 26-30 Occurrence (Special Areas) : Gujarat Forestry Research Foundation, Indroda Park, Van Chetana Kendra About Gomphrena celosioides Plant : Also the rachis of G. celosioides tends to elongate at maturity (cf G. serrata, in which the rachis does not elongate). 2000). It is very heat tolerant and fairly drought resistant, but grows best in full sun and regular moisture. 93. von 1825. Gomphrena globosa is native to Central America including regions Panama, and Guatemala, but is now grown globally. Observed during. Seeds a re small and long-lived in a soil bank. Celosioides flower1 ( 14603790076 ).jpg 1,658 × 2,211 ; 1.35 MB apart from the and. % Maireana microphlla ) and Majunath et al noncultivated species of gomphrena category, out of 48 total celosioides Brasiliensis.jpg... 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