Leaves and young shoots of Digera muricata are locally used as a vegetable, e.g. in Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya) and in India. In Kenya they are particularly popular . Digera muricata (L.) Mart. is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Digera (family Amaranthaceae). The record derives. This name is a synonym of Digera muricata (L.) Mart.. The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on ) which reports it as a synonym.
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Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea. Annual herb up to 70 cm tall; stem simple or branched, subglabrous, ridged. Please donate to Arkive Help us share the wonders of the natural world. Citation in news articles.
There are 1 study abstracts related to Digera muricata L.
Rodents of Unusual Size. Fertile flower with 2 firm, boat-shaped outer perianth segments 3—5 mm long and 2—3 inner, slightly arvensiis, hyaline segments; stamens usually 5, free or slightly connate at base; ovary superior, 1-celled, style filiform, up to 4 mm long, stigmas 2, divergent; lateral flowers consisting of accrescent antler-shaped scales.
Digera muricata Filed as Digera muricata L.
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Digera arvensis Forsk.
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