Notes: This species is considered a variety of Chamaecrista
The native annual Chamaecrista
fasciculata (partridge pea) occurred in 72% of the plots and was the most importance species with an I.
Crop Botanical characteristics Family Nodulation Regime 1: creeping legume 1 Calopogonium caeruleuni Fabaceae Yes 2 Pueraria phaseoloides Fabaceae Yes 3 Stylosanthes gracilis Fabaceae Yes 4 Chamaecrista
rotundifolia Fabaceae Yes Regime 2: grass 5 Vetiveria zizanioides Poaceae No 6 Brachiaria ruziziensis Poaceae No Regime 3.
Taxonomic and functional implications of stigma morphology in species of Cassia, Chamaecrista and Senna (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae).
Anther and stigma morphology in mirror-image flowers of Chamaecrista chamaecristoides (Fabaceae): implications for buzz pollination.
Reproductive phenology of sympatric taxa of Chamaecrista
(Leguminosae) in Serra do Cipo, Brasil.
Test of local adaptation to biotic interactions and soil abiotic conditions in the ant-tended Chamaecrista
fasciculata was one of the most common annual forbs encountered and the lack of treatment effect was similar to that resulting from winter burning (Ruthven et al.
errans was observed to buzz flowers of Chamaecrista
keyensis (Liu & Koptur 2003).
Interestingly, most enantiostylous flowers are buzz-pollinated pollen flowers (Buchmann, 1983), such as Chamaecrista
and Senna (Fabaceae; Gottsberger & Silberbauer-Gottsberger, 1988; Marazzi et al.
SC/NM I A D Sp CAESALPINIACEAE Cassia chamaecrista
A mixture of species was sown on the pasture plots: Chamaecrista
rotundifolia and Stylosanthes hamata (Amiga and Verano) at 3 kg/ha, and Bothriochloa insculpta, Cenchrus ciliaris, and Chloris gayana at 4 kg/ha.
Delphacodes luteivitta 1994) (Walker, 1851) Delphacodes nigrifacies Muir, Chamaecrista
Native showy and attractive dicot volunteers included: Chamaecrista
fasciculata, Eupatorium capillifolium, Helenium amarum, and Solidago sp.
The most common were the annuals Chenopodium desiccatum and Chamaecrista
fasciculata with importance values of 18.