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    Nom taxonomique: Bambusa vulgaris Schrad. ex J.C. Wendl.
    Synonymes: Arundarbor arundinacea (Retz.) Kuntze, Arundarbor bambos Kuntze, Rev. Gen. Pl. 2, 1891, Arundarbor blancoi (Steudel) Kuntze 1891, Arundarbor fera (Miquel) Kuntze 1891, Arundarbor fera Rumphius 1743, Arundarbor monogyna (Blanco) Kuntze 1891, Arundo bamboa Miller 1768, Arundo bambos L., Arundo fera Oken 1841, Bambos arundinacea Retz., Bambusa arundinacea var. picta Moon 1824, Bambusa auriculata Kurz ex Cat. Hort. Bot. Calc., 1864, Bambusa balcooa Roxburgh 1832, Bambusa bambos (L.) Voss, Bambusa blancoi Steudel 1854, Bambusa capensis Rupr., Bambusa fera Miquel 1857, Bambusa humilis Reichenbach ex. Ruprecht 1839, Bambusa madagascariensis hort. ex A. & C. Rivière 1878, Bambusa mitis Blanco 1837, Bambusa monogyna Blanco 1837, Bambusa sieberi Grisebach 1864, Bambusa striata Lodd., Bambusa surinamensis Ruprecht 1839, Bambusa thouarsii Kunth 1822, Bambusa tuldoides Munro, Bambusa vasaria Herbier Hamilton, Dendrocalamus balcooa (Roxburgh) Voigt 1845, Leleba vulgaris (Schrader ex Wendland) Nakai 1933, Nastus thouarsii (Kunth) Raspail 1825, Nastus viviparus Raspail 1825, Phyllostachys striata (Lodd. ex Lindl.) Nakai
    Noms communs: agarabà (Nigeria), aur beting (Malay-Malaysia), aur gading (Malay-Malaysia), bacáu (Mexico), bakal (India), balé (Ivory Coast), bambou (French), bambu (Spanish), bambu ampel (Indonesian Bahasa-Indonesia), bambu blenduk (Indonesian Bahasa-Indonesia), bambú común (Spanish), bambu kuning (Malay-Malaysia), bambu kuning (Indonesian Bahasa-Indonesia), bambú patamba (Spanish-Mexico), bambúa (Spanish), bambu-verde (Portuguese), bambu-vulgar (Portuguese), bannada bidiru (India), baran (Sierra Leone), basini bans (India), basinibans (India), bolinao (Philippines), bolinau (Philippines), boo (Sierra Leone), buloh aur (Malay-Malaysia), buloh gading (Malay-Malaysia), buloh kuning (Malay-Malaysia), buloh minyak (Malay-Malaysia), buloh minyak has (Malay-Malaysia), buloh pau (Malay-Malaysia), buluh aur (Malay-Malaysia), buluh minyak (Malay-Malaysia), buluh pau (Malay-Malaysia), burirau (Philippines), butong (Philippines), caña brava (Spanish-Cuba), caña India (Spanish), cañambú (Spanish-Cuba), cañaza (Spanish-Panama), chan kham (Thailand), common bamboo (English), cupamu (Mexico), dai-san-chiku (Japanese-Japan), davike (India), domar (Indonesia), feathery bamboo (English), gemeiner bambus (German), golden bamboo (English), grand bambou (French), haladi bidiru (India), haur (Indonesia), i ngol (Senegal), igbon ikirai (Nigeria), itikna (Nicaragua), kabaloan (Philippines), kaho palangi (Pacific), kaho papalangi (Pacific), kalaka (India), kanale (Sierra Leone), kasul (Sierra Leone), kauayan (Philippines), kauayan-china (Philippines), kauayan-kiling (Philippines), kawayan (Philippines), kawayan-china (Philippines), kawayang-kiting (Philippines), kawayang-tsina (Philippines), kawayan-kiling (Philippines), ken (Sierra Leone), kenye (Sierra Leone), kewe (Sierra Leone), kiling (Philippines), kinshi-chiku (Japanese-Japan), ko-tatami (Guinea), labong (Philippines), lefyog (Cameroon), limas (Philippines), linetso (Congo), lulasi (Malawi), lunas (Philippines), mai-luang (Thailand), mambu kakar (New Guinea), mambu yang (New Guinea), maribal (Philippines), marobal (Philippines), mfele (Cameroon), mlasi (Malawi), musyombe (Malawi), ngmalu (Upper Volta), nsungwi (Malawi), otate (Mexico), patong (Philippines), patung (Philippines), phai cheen (Thailand), phai chin (Thailand), phai lueang (Thailand), phai-bongkham (Vietnam), phai-luang (Thailand), phai-ngachang (Thailand), pilanda (Sierra Leone), pito (Spanish-Cuba), ponmungil (India), rai yai (Thailand), ree sai (Thailand), ri sai (Thailand), russèi kaèw (Cambodia), s'a:ng kh'am' (Lao-Laos), saang kham (Thailand), sacaú (Mexico), sang kham (Thailand), seemamula (India), semi (Sierra Leone), sen (Sierra Leone), seni (Sierra Leone), senye (Sierra Leone), sii (Sierra Leone), simine (Sierra Leone), sinambang (Philippines), soft bamboo (English), striped bamboo (English), sunderkania bansa (India), taiu-anak (Philippines), tamalang (Malay-Malaysia), tamalang silau (Malay-Malaysia), tambalang (Malay-Malaysia), tamelang (Malay-Malaysia), taring (Philippines), tatami (Guinea), tatami-na (Sierra Leone), teuanak (Philippines), tewanak (Philippines), tiling (Philippines), vyo (Nigeria), wanet (Burma), wok (New Guinea), wusle (Sierra Leone), yellow bamboo (English)
    Type d'organisme: grass, tree
    Se rencontre dans:
    cours d'eau, forêts naturelles, plantations forestières, rudéral/perturbé, zones ripisylves
    Compilé par: Interim compiled by Ben Phalan, Conservation Science Group Department of Zoology University of Cambridge United Kingdom & IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG)
    Updates with support from the Overseas Territories Environmental Programme (OTEP) project XOT603, a joint project with the Cayman Islands Government - Department of Environment
    Dernière mise à jour: Thursday, 10 December 2009


ISSG Landcare Research NBII IUCN University of Auckland