Cyrtococcum patens (L.) A.Camus
Camus, A. (1921) Bulletin du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle 27(1): 118.
Culms hollow, creeping, smooth and glabrous, upper part of culm more erect to 15-60 cm tall, rooting at the nodes.
Flowers borne in a large panicle 5-30(-40) cm, branches loosely ascending to widely spreading, very slender and glabrous; pedicels filiform and longer than spikelets. Spikelets purplish at maturity, 1.3-1.8 mm, glabrous to appressed-pubescent or shortly hispid with stiff, conspicuously tubercle-based hairs; lower glume membranous, 3-veined, glabrous, ca. 1/2 length of spikelet, the upper glume 2/3 length of spikelet, with bulbous based hairs, 3-veined, keeled.; lower lemma subequaling spikelet, margins ciliate, apex obtuse; upper lemma minutely pitted.
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Cyrtococcum patens has a shoter and less open panicle than C. accrescens.