Drymaria cordata (Linn.) Willd (Caryophyllaceae) is an herbaceous plant widely used in traditional African medicine (TAM) for the treatment of. Drymaria is a genus of plants in the Caryophyllaceae. It contains many species including these from northeastern Mexico: Drymaria coahuilana · Drymaria lyropetala · Drymaria pattersonii · Drymaria pratheri · Drymaria cordata, Sticky weed, also known as Tropical Chickweed; Drymaria. Country or region name, Thailand. Organism group, plant. Order name, Caryophyllales. Family name, Caryophyllaceae. Species name, Drymaria cordata.

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Drymaria Cordata, Tropical Chickweed

Le fruit est une capsule qui s’ouvre en 3 valves. La marge est lisse. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Technology partner Strand Life Sciences. Search in all groups Search within this group. Species specific search options Taxon Hierarchy. Observation specific search options Observed during. Document specific search options Title. User specific cordatta options User. User Group specific search options Title. Checklists specific search options Observed during.

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Send a request for permission. Equality of opposite leaves. Hollow or solid stem. Holosteum montanum Wight ex Wall. Drmaria Names Creoles and pidgins. A general description, with any kind of information about the taxon. Its main goal is summarize the most relevant or attractive characteristics of this taxon to the general public. There is content in another language.

Please click here to read it. The leaves are opposite, almost without petiole, circular or oval, with 3 or 5 veins emerging from the base. The white flowers are very small, and are arranged in small groups at the ends of stems or side branches. The pedicels are covered with viscous glandular hairs.


The fruit is a capsule that opens into 3 valves. Inside, there are 5 to 7 black seeds. They are stalked, oval to elliptic, with an obtuse base and a wedged apex. It grows in dense patches. The erect branches can reach 20 to 40 cm high. Numerous adventitious roots grows at the drymaroa of the stem in contact with the ground.

It drymarka much branched with branches reaching up to 50 cm long. They are short-stalked or sessile. At the base of the petiole, stipules are made up of 4 to 6 membranous linear pieces, 2 drymria long. The wide blade 0. The base is rounded to cordate and the apex is wedged. The margin is smooth. The leaf blade is glabrous, light green, with 3 to 5 arched, palmate main drymaaria. The peduncle and pedicel are covered with sticky glandular hairs.

The corolla is drymraia of five white petals, deeply lobed but shorter than the sepals, they measure 1. The five stamens are 1. The ovary is oval to elliptical. The style drymariw trifid as from its middle. It contains 5 to 7 seeds. The sepals are persistent around the fruit.

The seed coat is glabrous with a rough, dark red or black surface. The rough elements are arranged according to concentric lines as from the hilum. A textual diagnostic description of the species that is not necessarily structured. Nomenclature and Classification Nomenclature and Classification. Natural History Natural History Reproduction. It is propagated by seed or by splitting the stalks that are rooted at the nodes.


Drymaria cordata (tropical chickweed)

Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables. Includes cues, strategies, restraints, rates.

Elle se reproduit par graines ou par fractionnement des tiges qui s’enracinent au niveau des noeuds. Species with a preference for cool places or somewhat shaded, near forests or humid places or on embankments and bunds of rice fields on the central highlands and the wet eastern slope.

Weed very common in humid and very humid areas on the island. This is an important weed of humid areas. It prefers moist soils and sunny or partially shaded areas. Species present at all altitudes but especially loving the shade and moisture.

C’est une adventice importante des zones humides. Fordata interorganismes dans leur environnement. Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Related observations Show all.

Its frequency in crops is low but it can be annoying sometimes in crop fields of the lowlands vegetables, taro It can also compete moderately or strongly with some vegetable crops. Weed common and often abundant for a cordaga range of crops, especially those requiring moist conditions, such as watercress.

Negative impacts on humans, communities. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Drymaria cordata L Willd. People Partners Donors Cordaha.

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