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- Arundinaria, commonly known as canes, is a genus of bamboo in the gr**** family. The question of which bamboo species should be included in Arundinaria...
- Arundinaria gigantea is a species of bamboo known as giant cane (not to be confused with Arundo donax) and river cane. It is endemic to the south-central...
- Arundinaria appalachiana, commonly known as hill cane, is a woody bamboo native to the Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States. The plant...
- Arundinaria tecta, or switchcane, is a bamboo species native to the Southeast United States, first studied in 1813. It serves as host to several butterfly...
- (Munro) ****ze Arundinaria basiaurita W.T.Lin & X.B.Ye Arundinaria basigibbosa McClure Arundinaria cantorii (Munro) L.C.Chia Arundinaria funghomii McClure...
- Pseudosasa ****onica (Siebold & Zucc. ex Steud.) Makino ex Nakai Synonyms Arundinaria ****onica Siebold & Zucc. ex Steud. Sasa ****onica (Siebold & Zucc. ex...
- gr****es with flexible, woody stalks, and more specifically from the genus Arundinaria. Scientifically speaking, there are either of two genera from the family...
-  nigra Binomial name Phyllostachys nigra (Lodd. ex Lindl.) Munro Synonyms Arundinaria stolonifera Kurz Bambos kurotake Siebold nom. inval. Bambusa boryana...
- this Arundinaria sp. in volume II of Plantae Wilsonianae, but lists the wrong collection date. 1920: This collection is given the name Arundinaria murielae...
- A canebrake or canebreak is a thicket of any of a variety of Arundinaria gr****es: A. gigantea, A. tecta and A. appalachiana. As a bamboo, these giant...
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