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Panicum antidotale Retz.

Synonyms

Chasea prolifera, Milium effusum, Panicum akoense, Panicum brevifolium, Panicum elliottii, Panicum meneri, Panicum miliare, Panicum musciparum, Panicum proliferum, Panicum sparsum, Paspalum miliare

Common names

Blue panicgrass

Extract from Wikipedia article

Panicum antidotale Retz. (Punjabi: ਘਮੂਰ ghamur, English: blue panicgrass) is a tall (up to 3 metres), coarse, woody perennial grass throughout the Himalaya and the Upper Gangetic Plain and specifically in various regions of the Indian state of Punjab and the Pakistan province of Punjab and the neighbouring areas of these regions. The plant has strong spreading rhizomes.[+]

LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) near Zubara exit of Al Shamal Road. Northern Qatar, April 3, 2014
Location on mapsAl Shamal Rd, Qatar
LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from area of water tank on roadside between Mesayeed and Harrarah. Qatar, October 30, 2015
LinkClose up of a stalk of blue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from area of water tank on roadside between Mesayeed and Harrarah. Qatar, October 30, 2015
LinkSpikelet of blue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from area of water tank on roadside between Mesayeed and Harrarah. Qatar, October 30, 2015
LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from area of water tank on roadside between Mesayeed and Harrarah. Qatar, November 13, 2015
LinkClose up of spike of blue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from Onaiza area. Doha, Qatar, January 17, 2016
LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) taken from Onaiza area. Doha, Qatar, January 17, 2016
LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale) on United Nations Street in Onaiza area. Doha, Qatar, February 2, 2016
Location on mapsUnited Nations St, Doha, Qatar
LinkBlue panicgrass (Panicum antidotale)(?) in a roadside depression near Salwa Road. Qatar, April 22, 2016
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar

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