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EL GÉNERO MUHLENBERGIA (POACEAE: CHLORIDOIDEAE: CYNODONTEAE: MUHLENBERGIINAE) EN COLOMBIA

@article{GiraldoCaas2009ELGM,
  title={EL G{\'E}NERO MUHLENBERGIA (POACEAE: CHLORIDOIDEAE: CYNODONTEAE: MUHLENBERGIINAE) EN COLOMBIA},
  author={D. Giraldo-Ca{\~n}as and P. M. Peterson},
  journal={Caldasia},
  year={2009},
  volume={31},
  pages={269-302}
}
Se presenta un estudio taxonomico de las especies colombianas del generoMuhlenbergia. Se analizan diversos aspectos relativos a la clasificacion, lanomenclatura y la variacion morfologica de los caracteres. El genero Muhlenbergiaesta representado en Colombia por 14 especies. Las especies Aegopogon bryophilusDoll, Aegopogon cenchroides Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd., Lycurus phalaroides Kunthy Pereilema crinitum J. Presl se transfi eren al genero Muhlenbergia. El binomioMuhlenbergia cleefi i Laegaard… Expand
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