The Distribution and Problems of the Invasive Alien Plant, Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle (Mimosaceae) in Nigeria 867 nities [11-14] pose a threat to biodiversity, agriculture and human livelihoods. Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle (Synonyms Mimosa invisa Martius (1837), non Martius ex Colla (1834). See also. : Mimosa invisa Mart. Each leaf contains around twenty pairs of small sessile lanceolate leaflets arranged opposite each other. British Indian Ocean Territory Chagos Archipelago : Diego Garcia Island : National Tropical Botanical Garden (U.S.A. Hawaii. All parts of the plant are toxic to grazing animals. Mimosa diplotricha is a shrubby or sprawling annual that sometimes behaves as a perennial vine and forms a dense thicket (PIER, 2006). Mimosa is a genus of about 400 species of herbs and shrubs, in the mimosoid clade of the legume family Fabaceae.The generic name is derived from the Greek word μῖμος (mimos), an "actor" or "mime", and the feminine suffix -osa, "resembling", suggesting its 'sensitive leaves' which seem to 'mimic conscious life'.. Two species in the genus are especially notable. odibilis Barneby - Found only in Mexico, from Sinaloa to Michoacán. Mimosa longisiliqua Lam. Mimosa diplotricha is classified under the genus Mimosa in the subfamily Mimosoideae of the legume family, Fabaceae. The corolla is fused (gamopetalous), and there are two stamens for every petal. Mimosa diplotricha C.Wright ex Sauvalle var. Mimosa invisa Mart. Isolectotype of Mimosa diplotricha var. They are dispersed through running water or by sticking to fur or clothing. Mimosa diplotricha C.Wright ex Sauvalle. Mimosa diplotricha var. [7][8], Mimosa diplotricha includes three varieties:[9], Mimosa diplotricha is known as the giant sensitive plant, giant false sensitive plant, or nila grass in English. Subject: Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle Other System Links. Morongia pilosa Standl. Mimosa diplotricha C.Wright ex Sauvalle (adventoi) FABACEAE: adventoi advenpac: India: Weed Synonyms Mimosa invisa Mart. Ex Colla [likely Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright] La Réunion (France) To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty. It looks like no one has submitted observations of this invasive species! Synonyms and Other Names. They are around 12 mm (0.47 in) in diameter and arise from short stalks from the leaf joints. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. It was first described by the American botanist Charles Wright in 1869. Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. Abstract. Recognized by Plant Forms, Habitat and Distribution. Each leaf contains around 20 pairs of small sessile, lanceolate leaflets arranged opposite each other. Biosecurity and agriculture management homepage. Although, The Distribution and Problems of the Invasive Alien Plant, Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle (Mimosaceae) in Nigeria 867 nities [11-14] pose a threat to biodiversity, agriculture and human livelihoods. If so, you can report it on the Reporting Form. For more imformation, please see Clipboard API Fabaceae + Synonyms. in Thailand Maxwell, J.E. Schrankia pilosa (Standl.) Schrankia pilosa (Standl.) Subject: Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle Other System Links. Plants: MIDI8 Bayer: MIMIN GRIN: 313380 ITIS: 503836 NPDN Pest: PCQBKBB. [8], Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk (PIER) (2007) PIER species lists, retrieved 4/30/2007, "A new subfamily classification of the Leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mimosa_diplotricha&oldid=985066952, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 October 2020, at 19:16. 2013. (1995) (voucher ID: PTBG 37911) Taxon name on voucher: Mimosa invisa Mart. Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle. Invasive shrubs such as Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle (=Mimosa invisa Mart. [family LEGUMINOSAE-MIMOSOIDEAE] Notes. The specific epithet is derived from Ancient Greek διπλόος (diplóos, "double") and θρίξ (thríx, "hair"). odibilis C.Wright ex Sauvalle var. (Mimosaceae) is a fast-growing leguminous perennial shrub of neotropical origin that is currently invasive in parts of East and West Africa, South and Southeast Asia and Oceania [1–4]. British Indian Ocean Territory Chagos Archipelago Diego Garcia Island National Tropical Botanical Garden (U.S.A. Hawaii. diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle- The nominate variety. They are arranged alternately along the stems. (1995) (voucher ID: PTBG 37911) Taxon name on voucher: Mimosa invisa Mart. Mimosa diplotricha C.Wright ex Sauvalle var. However the name Mimosa invisa is still used incorrectly by some authors for Mimosa diplotricha. (non Colla), det. The leaves are bipinnate and bright green with a feathery appearance. Ex Colla in Thailand is actually Mimosa invisa Mart. C.Wright ex Sauvalle. 1868. odibilis Barneby Fabaceae MICH1104196 Publication Mem. Mimosa invisa Mart. Characterized by seed pods that are 10 to 25 mm (0.39 to 0.98 in) long, with 3 to 8 seeds. [4][11], Mimosa diplotricha grows as an erect shrub or a scrambling climber, reaching a height of around 3 m (9.8 ft). crimson-tipped. Mimosa bimucronata is a spiny, much-branched, deciduous shrub or small tree with a low, dense, roundish crown; it can grow 4 - 8 metres tall. J.F.Macbr. The Distribution and Problems of the Invasive Alien Plant, Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright ex Sauvalle (Mimosaceae) in Nigeria. Shrub of … As Mimosa invisa Mart. Wood, Gwilym P. Lewis & Colin E. Hughes, 2016, Bolivian Mimosa (Leguminosae, Mimosoideae): three new species and a species checklist, Phytotaxa 260 (3), pp.