Cortaderia selloana


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Synonyms for Cortaderia selloana

tall perennial grass of pampas of South America having silvery plumes and growing in large dense clumps

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ulmifolius, Picris hieracioides, Cortaderia selloana, Geranium robertianum, Violariviviana, Acaciamelanoxylon, Salix atrocinerea, Fragaria vesca y Hedera hibernica, 03-IV-2017, X.
En el herbario resulta imposible diferenciar los ejemplares pistilados de Cortaderia selloana de los de C.
Sin duda el ejemplo mas claro de planta transformadora en las zonas bajas y el litoral lo constituye Cortaderia selloana (el carrizo de la Pampa), que si bien hasta hace unos anos solo parecia invadir exitosamente habitats muy degradados (Campos & Herrera, 1998; Campos & al.
N H * * 52 Cortaderia selloana N GH * * 53 Echinodorus argentinensis N H * * Rataj.
Another grass species that forms dense associations in low places is Cortaderia selloana, butA.
Dwarf pampas grass, Cortaderia selloana 'Pumila', still stands a lofty 1.
Dwarf pampas grass, cortaderia selloana Pumila, still stands a lofty 1.
Cortaderia selloana `Sunningdale Silver' More commonly known as Pampass Grass, the silky, silvery-white or pink-flushed flower plumes are produced in late summer above large mounds of sharp-edged, mid-green leaves.
The plant is not as showy as Cortaderia selloana, but is much more hardy.
Los pastizales de las areas de acceso al humedal estan integrados por comunidades densas de Cortaderia selloana (Schult.
Expected results: The main expected results include: Actions in all of the existing distribution areas of invading exotics; Eradication of alien forest and garden species (Acacia dealbata, Acacia longifolia, Acacia melanoxylon, Ailanthus althissima, Pittosporum undulatum, Robinia pseudoacacia, Cortaderia selloana, Prunus laurocerasus, Pittosporum eugenioides and Fascicularia bicolor) allowing for the start of recurring and less intensive control works in order to achieve long-term eradication; Reduction of the distribution area of river spiderwort (Tradescantia fluminensis) to 50% of its current area, and substitution in the formerly occupied areas of intermediate periwinkle (Vinca difformis); Restoration of 30 ha of autochthonous habitats (including the conservation of 17.
Cortaderia selloana Schult and Chara vulgaris Linnaeus (Mendez, 2005; Peralta & Fuentes, 2005).