Cenchrus tribuloides L. (Sp. Pl. 1050. 1753.)
Localities: West Indies (native), Lesser Antilles (native) [Anguilla, ], Greater Antilles [Jamaica (native), Cuba (native), Cayman Island (native), Hispaniola (native)[ Gonave, Haiti,], Puerto Rico (native)[], ], Bahamas (native), North America (native), Mexico (native), Central America (native), South America (native),
Common Names: Dune sandbur (Bahamas), Dune sandbur (Jamaica), Large burgrass (Bahamas),
Citations:1). Adams, C.D. 1972. Flowering Plants of Jamaica. University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. 848 pp. 2). Barker, H.D. and W.S. Dardeau. 1930. La Flore d'Haiti. Port-au-Prince. 456 pp. 3). Correll, D.S. and H.B. Correll, 1982. Flora of the Bahama Archipelago. J. Cramer, FL-9490 Vaduz, Germany. 1692 pp. 4). Hitchcock, A.S. 1936. Manual of the grasses of the West Indies. U.S.D.A. Miscellaneous Publication No. 243. United States Government Printing Office, Washington, DC. 5). León, F., 1946; León, F. and H. Alain, 1951-1957. Flora de Cuba. Habana. 6). Proctor, G.R. 1984. Flora of the Cayman Islands. Kew Bull. Addit. Ser. 11: i-xii, 1-834. Her Majesty’s Staionery Office, London. 7). Zuloaga, F.O. et al. 2003. Catalogue of New World grasses (Poaceae): III. subfamilies Panicoideae, Aristidoideae, Arundinoideae, and Danthonioideae. Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 46: 1-662.
Last edited 16 Nov 09