Biological control of Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae) in South Africa. 93-108. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press. ; [^italic~Tropical Agriculture Series^roman~]; 38 pp. ex Hubb. ', 2017, A new subfamily classification of the Leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny , Learn how and when to remove this template message, http://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/iapt/tax/2017/00000066/00000001/art00004, "Uruguay's wildlife and Natural sanctuaries", "Sesbania punicea, Sesbania tripetii, Daubentonia tripetii", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sesbania_punicea&oldid=1000484257, Articles needing additional references from August 2012, All articles needing additional references, Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Fruit or seed pods of the species Sesbania punicea, This page was last edited on 15 January 2021, at 08:27. Flowers pea-shaped, yellow, calyx 3-5.5 mm long, standard 6-10 mm tall, yellow with purple flecks on the back, wings yellow but not streaked with purple. http://plants.usda.gov. Homonyms Sesbania punicea Benth. Other Sesbania species are recorded as pests of crops, competing for light, nutrients and moisture (, A comprehensive list of insect herbivores associated with S. punicea in Argentina was compiled during surveys to identify potential biological control agents for use against S. punicea in South Africa (, Sesbania punicea seldom impacts directly on agriculture or industry and is mainly an environmental problem. Wells MJ; Poynton RJ; Balsinhas AA; Musil KJ; Joffe H; van Hoepen E; Abbott SK, 1986. The name "Sesbania tripetii" Hort. Proceedings of the third National Weeds Conference of South Africa. Wells MJ, Poynton RJ, Balsinhas AA, Musil KJ, Joffe H, van Hoepen E, Abbott SK, 1986. ... Sesbania punicea rattlebox Sesbania sericea papagayo Sesbania … Agronomía Tropical (Maracay), 55(1):63-81. http://www.ceniap.gov.ve/pbd/RevistasCientificas/Agronomia%20Tropical/volumen_ano.htm. Characteristic of the subfamily Faboideae, these flowers are zygomorphicand have a specialized structure. Sesbania punicea distribution.jpg 650 × 540; 105 KB. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press, 93-108. Sesbania punicea is a Category 1 invasive plant in South Africa (. Seedlings can produce flowers and seeds after three month, although flowering most commonly occurs at two years of age. Izaguirre M L, 2005. The plant can survive frost, but not for prolonged periods of time . Common names Sesbania. Rhyssomatus marginatus: a seed-feeding weevil on S. punicea.|Rhyssomatus marginatus: a seed-feeding weevil on Sesbania punicea. Wyat J, 1997. 43 (1), 193-194. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2338 DOI:10.1111/epp.12027. The larvae then feed on the stamens and carpels of the flower and pupate in the hollow husks of the buds. Flora of the Mascarene Islands: Réunion, Mauritius and Rodrigues. Flowers often form a raceme. Common name(s) Yellow Pea Bush, Sesbania Pea. African Entomology, 1(2):141-144. Due to its high demand for water, this species is often found on marshy shorelines. Benth. is a fast-growing, perennial legume tree, reaching a height of up to 8 m.It has a shallow root system and its stems may reach 12 cm in diameter. Common Name: RATTLEBOX: Status: Not Native, EPPC(II), FAC (DEP), FAC (NWPL) Specimen: View details of USF Herbarium specimens S. punicea impacts socially in three main ways: firstly, it impedes access to rivers and lakes, affecting aquatic recreational pastimes (e.g. Sesbania tripetii F.T.Hubb. [6][9][10], The flowers are shaped like pea flowers, 2–3 cm long, and are commonly red-orange or red-purple. In: Proceedings of the third National Weeds Conference of South Africa. [13] It has been declared a noxious weed and/or seed in the United States in the aquatic, terrestrial, and seed forms. DOI:10.1590/S1519-566X2003000300022, Tison J M, 2013. Sesbania punicea (Cavanilles) Bentham: Common Name: Scarlet Wisteria Tree; Purple Sesban; Purple River Hemp: Habitat: ** Associated Ecological Communities: ** Growth Habit: ** Duration: Perennial: Category: Vascular: USDA Symbol: SEPU7: Plant Notes: Purple Sesban is a non-native shrubby legume found in the lower half of Alabama. Kuntze Piscida punicea Cav. Legumes of Africa, a check list., Kew, UK: Royal Botanic Gardens. Sesbania punicea is a deciduous shrub or small tree up to 5 m high with many slender, thornless branches. Flower colour; life form. The bottom petals are often fused at the apex, forming a keel. The upper petal is referred to as the ban… Neotropical Entomology. Kew, UK: Royal Botanic Gardens, 619 pp. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.5. In: Flore des Mascareignes: La Réunion, Maurice, Rodrigues. [7], The deciduous leaves are alternate and compound. Brown C J, Gubb A A, 1986. The influence of host-plant location on the incidence and impact of Trichapion lativentre (Coleoptera: Apionidae), a biocontrol agent of Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae). [12] In addition, this species contributes to riverbank erosion and flooding. The root systems of young S. punicea plants are not very extensive and the soil is loose under waterlogged conditions, so these plants can be removed by hand or simple garden tools. The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. Alien Weeds and Invasive Plants. Pod Sesbania punicea 01.jpg 2,064 × 2,752; 1.81 MB. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press, 109-117. Benth. The Fabaceae are divided into three subfamilies: The genus Sesbania belongs to the subfamily Faboideae, which has the greatest amount of diversity within the family Fabaceae. (Papilionaceae) in South Africa. [3], The large pea pods are divided into four compartments and appear as if they have shrunk slightly due to drying These fruits are dehiscent and dry out as they become mature. Henderson L; Wells MJ, 1986. Preferred Common Name. Sesbania grandiflora also known as agate or hummingbird tree is a small tree in the genus Sesbania and is believed to have originated either in India or Southeast Asia and grows primarily in hot and humid tropical areas of the world. Wallingford, UK: CABI. Larranaga; Piscidia punicea Cav. Benth. [Proceedings of the third National Weeds Conference of South Africa. As with many invasive ornamentals, rattlebox has found its way out of cultivation and into natural areas. The flower always contains ten stamens, sometimes with various combinations of fused filaments. Henderson L, 2001. It can occur in disturbed habitats and is a weed of rice cultivation areas; despite harvest for human uses there seem to be no serious threat to the species or its habitats. The genus name "Daubentonia" is occasionally used. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 55(2):285-287, Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1995. A catalogue of problem plants in South Africa. The species has been classified as invasive in many of the southern United States such as Virginia, California, Texas, and Florida. Most habitats that have been invaded are characterised by assemblages of low-growing plant species (grasses and riverine shrubs). Sesbania is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae, and the only genus found in tribe Sesbanieae. Sesbania Sesbania. Trichapion lativentre: a bud-feeding weevil on Sesbania punicea. 80. Common name: Red sesbania Scientific name: Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae) Alternative common names: Brazilian glory pea, coffee weed, rattlepod, tango (English), Rooisesbania, Brasiliaanse glorie … 88 (4), 574-576. Légumineuses. Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Cape Town South Africa, 175 pp. Interactions between three weevil species in the biocontrol of Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae): the role of simulation models in evaluation. in Corsica. S. punicea infestation before biological control (1987). Lock JM, 1989. The Department of Nature and Environmental Conservation of the Cape Provincial Administration. SYNONYMOUS WITH PLANTS NATIONAL DATABASE: Sesbania punicea FAMILY Fabaceae. It also forms dense thickets and thrives in disturbed areas.[1][3][4]. In: Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA, eds. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Data source for updated system data added to species habitat list. Common name; English: ... Media in category "Sesbania punicea" The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total. The bark is smooth and green on young growth, turning reddish and then brown with age. Leaves are pinnately compound with 6 to 27 pairs of leaflets. It has spread to other parts of South America and many coastal southern United States as well as to parts of Africa. Hoffmann J H, Moran V C, 1991. Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Sesbania tripetii (Poit.) It has compound leaves 10 - 20cm long comprised of 10 - 40 small, oblong, dark green leaflets in opposite pairs each ending in a tiny pointed tip (Rice, 1998). Tillman PG, 2015. The South American apionid weevil, Trichapion lativentre, was introduced to South Africa in the late 1970s. A toxicological study of the plant Sesbania punicea Benth. A. Balkema. Seedpods often stay on the plant far into the winter, and the seeds rattle when shaken by the wind, giving the plant its common name of “rattlebox”. The flower always contains ten stamens, sometimes with various combinations of fused filaments. DC. the handsome plant terrorist. Macdonald IAW; Richardson DM, 1986. It grows well in almost any position but is especially suitable for wet or moist areas in warmer climates. Sesban (Sesbania sesban (L.) Merr.) This species is shade-tolerant. The genus Sesbania is within the larger family Fabaceae. The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. An early assessment of Trichapion lativentre (Coleoptera: Apionidae) for biological control of the weed Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae) in South Africa. Riverhemp is a common name for plants in this genus. This impermeability is caused by callose. (Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) no Estado de São Paulo.). Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1998. The germination characteristics of two Sesbania species. [4], This plant has no known economic or medicinal uses. Wells MJ; Balsinhas AA; Joffe H; Engelbrecht VM; Harding G; Stirton CH, 1986. Environmental Entomology, 19(6):1866-1872, Izaguirre ML, 2005. Hoffmann JH; Moran VC; Underhill LG, 1990. DC. The flowers and fruits droop at the tips of the stalks. S. punicea pods split to show damage caused by Rhyssomatus marginatus. Common Name: Rattlebox; purple sesban Synonymy: Daubentonia punicea (Cav.) The specific name "punicea" is the Latin word for crimson and refers to the brilliantly colored flowers. (Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) no Estado de São Paulo.) Riverhemp is a common name for plants in this genus. 6, http//:psybergate.com/wetfix/WetlandFix/WetlandFix6/wfPart6.htm. Plant invaders; beautiful, but dangerous. The main impact of S. punicea on biodiversity in South Africa is displacement of native flora and its associated fauna in dense thickets of the weed. Invasive alien organisms in the Namib Desert, Upper Karoo and the arid and semi-arid savannas of western southern Africa. PQR database. Sesbania is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae, and the only genus found in tribe Sesbanieae. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press, 77-91. Sánchez-Soto S, Guedes J C, Nakano O, 2003. 1]; 18 ref. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Its close relative S. virgata [10] has been used to control soil erosion, rehabilitate disturbed areas, and revitalize riparian habitats. Pretoria, South Africa: Botanical Research Institute. As the season progresses, they turn a darker green, eventually becoming dark brown. Alien species in terrestrial ecosystems of the fynbos biome. The natural enemies and distribution of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Each fruit can contain between five and ten seeds, which are dispersed when the pod dries out and opens up. Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 37: 109-111. DOI:10.1007/BF00317722. Flower of Sesbania punicea 02.jpg 2,064 × 2,752; 1.73 MB. S. punicea infestation after biological control (1992). This shrub can often form dense thickets. (Fabaceae) in South Africa. The adult weevils feed on the leaves and lay single eggs in premature flower buds. S. punicea has not been recorded as a pest of crops and is mainly a problem in riparian systems and occasionally in pastures. The invasive weed Sesbania punicea in South Africa and prospects for its biological control. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. by Neser S, Cairns A L P]. Damage to a stump of S. punicea caused by Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus.|Damage to a stump of Sesbania punicea caused by Neodiplogrammus quadrivittatus. Sesbania punicea Name Synonyms Daubentonia punicea (Cav.) Biological control of weeds in South Africa (1990-1998)., 75-79; [^italic~African Entomology Memoir^roman~, No. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 32(1-2):77-87, Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1988. Establishment of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Stirton CH, ed. Although reports of poisoning are scarce, S. punicea, and in particular the seed, is toxic to livestock and fowl (, Environmental impacts resulting from invasions of S. punicea include degradation of stream and river banks where the plants form thickets within the water channels and impede water flow, forcing the rivers to overflow and causing lateral erosion of the banks (. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Sesbania punicea FAMILY Fabaceae. Common Name(s): rattlebox [English] Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: accepted Data Quality Indicators: Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. 80. EPPO, 2014. USDA; NRCS, 2002. The upper petal is referred to as the banner, and encapsulates the petals when they are in the bud. The population dynamics of an introduced tree, Sesbania punicea, in South Africa, in response to long-term damage caused by different combinations of three species of biological control agents. The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. Leguminosae [Fabaceae]. Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1999. Pre-winter settling by prepupae of a seed-feeding weevil Rhyssomatus marginatus Fahraeus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a biocontrol agent of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Erb H E, 1980. (Distribución geográfica, nodulación y comportamiento agronómico de tres especies de Sesbania nativas de zonas inundables en Venezuela.). Sesbania punicea: common name details from PIER Common name - Language - Location: Language - Location - Common name: Location - Language - Common name: Language - Common name - Location: Common name/Language/Location. Relationships between the history of colonization and abundance of Trichapion lativentre (Coleoptera: Apionidae) in the suppression of growth and reproduction of a weed, Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae). Benth. Leaves, alternate, compound with up to 35 pairs of leaflets. The branches of this shrub are rather thin, and green, but turn a darker red brown when they mature. [3] If they are found in standing water, the stem can be cut to below the water level. Novel graphs for depicting herbivore damage on plants: the biocontrol of Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae) by an introduced weevil. A review of the agents and factors that have contributed to the successful biological control of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Benth. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 82(3):343-347, Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1992. Biological controls have also been used to prevent this species from spreading. ex F.T. Benth. Florida Entomologist, 98(3):989-990. http://www.bioone.org/loi/flen, Tison JM, 2013. Sesbania punicea (Cav.) In: Bosser J, Cadet TH, Gueho J, Marais W, eds, Flore des Mascareignes- La Reunion, Maurice, Rodrigues, 235 pp. Biocontrol of a perennial legume, Sesbania punicea, using a florivorous weevil, Trichapion lativentre: weed population dynamics with a scarcity of seeds. [10] Juice made from the leaves of this plant reduces the response to painful stimulation and inflammatory edema in mice. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. Establishment of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Global register of Introduced and Invasive species (GRIIS), Highly adaptable to different environments, Tolerates, or benefits from, cultivation, browsing pressure, mutilation, fire etc, Has propagules that can remain viable for more than one year, Highly likely to be transported internationally deliberately, Difficult to identify/detect as a commodity contaminant. Plant invaders, beautiful but dangerous. Alien plant invasions in grassland and savanna biomes. Sesbania punicea is capable of forming dense impenetrable thickets which can prevent river access, exclude native species and alter habitats. In: The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa, Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA, eds. Journal Keep up to date with the latest news. Oviposition patterns and the supplementary role of a seed-feeding weevil, Rhyssomatus marginatus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in the biological control of a perennial leguminous weed, Sesbania punicea. Alien plant control guide. Réduit, Mauritius: Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute. In some other Sesbania species, water is considered the principal means of seed dispersal. Journal of Applied Ecology, 26(3):967-977. Oecologia, 114(3):343-348; 36 ref. by Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA]. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The ovary is superior and the style is often curved. 21-35. Piscidia ovalifolia Larranaga Piscidia ovalis Larranaga Piscidia punicea Cav. Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin. Agronomía Tropical (Maracay). Pienaar KV, 1980. General Information Sesbania sesban is a short-lived shrub or small tree with a narrow crown; it can grow from 1 - 7 metres tall Lock JM, 1989. The plant is classified as 'Least Concern' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2017) Benth. S. punicea branches covered with ripe seed pods. In: The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa, [ed. U.S. Dept. Distinguishing features. Biocontrol of a perennial legume, Sesbania punicea, using a florivorous weevil, Trichapion lativentre: weed population dynamics with a scarcity of seeds. Vector Transmission (biotic) No information was available for S. grandiflora, but in S. punicea, the other arborescent sesbania, the propagules have no specific adaptations for biotic dispersal, and seeds are toxic and not attractive to birds or animals. The fruits are brown pods that have four characteristic longitudinal wings. Hubbard may be a synonym name of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Sesbania bispinosa is a common and a widespread species. The seed coats are impermeable, which means they can be dispersed by water. Sesbania punicea (CAV.) The leaflets are oblong, ending in tiny pointed tips. Sánchez-Soto S; Guedes JC; Nakano O, 2003. McGibbon J, 1858. DC. S. punicea - S. punicea is a tender, upright to spreading, deciduous shrub or small tree bearing pinnate leaves with paired, oblong, mid- to dark green leaflets and racemes of pea-like, orange-red to reddish-purple flowers in summer followed by long, four-winged, green seedpods that mature brown. Daubentonia tripetii Poit. Seedlings are especially vulnerable to desiccation when soil moisture levels decline. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 51(2):265-273, Hoffmann JH, 1990. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. Emerus puniceus (Cav.) It favors moist, wet environments and is often found along river banks and wetlands. Evans DO; Rotar PP, 1987. sesbania grandiflora common name. Benth. The popularity of S. punicea as an ornamental species (beauty, easy propagation and quick growth) make it a high risk species for movement between countries by horticulturalists. The ovary is superior and the style is often curved. SESBANIA PUNICEA SEEDS (Rattlebox, Chinese wisteria) - Plant World Seeds. © Copyright 2021 CAB International. The flowers appear "showy" because they are most commonly pollinated by insects, who are attracted by these features. The leaves are dark green above and somewhat paler below, drooping, 100-200 mm long and pinnate. of ref. , 1978. [6] It is replacing native species of plants in riparian areas, taking food resources away from the local wildlife. 12. EPPO, 2020. Legumes of Africa, a check list. Hubbard may be a synonym name of Sesbania punicea (Cav.) Benth.The genus name "Daubentonia" is occasionally used.The specific name "punicea" is the Latin word for crimson and refers to the brilliantly colored flowers.The common name "rattlebox" is derived from the woody seed pods which loosely hold their seeds. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press, 21-35. 205-210. It requires a mildly acidic soil, with a pH between 6.1 and 6.5. in Argentina. Rennies Wetlands Project, Part. Plant invaders; beautiful, but dangerous. ^italic~Sesbania ^roman~in agriculture., 192 pp. By Proceedings of the 9th international symposium on biological control of weeds, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 19-26 January 1996., 137-142; 44 ref. hort. Res. The effects of herbivory by a weevil species, acting alone and unrestrained by natural enemies, on growth and phenology of the weed Sesbania punicea. Brown CJ; Gubb AA, 1986. Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. [4] Human who ingests this plant or its seeds can become very sick and may suffer vomiting, diarrhea, respiratory failure, and death.[9]. Geographical distribution, nodulation and agronomical behavior of three native species of Sesbania of flood areas in Venezuela. red sesbania; Other Scientific Names. [8] Hence, they are often found near rivers and brooks. Each pod contains up to 10 seeds (each approximately 6 mm long) born in cavities separated by cross partitions (, Historically, S. punicea seems to have had a relatively limited natural distribution and was probably confined to the banks and islands of the Parana and Uruguay Rivers of the Entre Rios Province of Argentina and of western Uruguay and southern Brazil. [3][7][9][11], These plants are used as ornamentals due to their graceful shape and beautiful red flowers. Sesbania punicea (Spanish gold, rattlebox, or scarlet sesban) is an ornamental shrub with reddish-orange flowers. Species. This weevil has now dispersed over most of the range of S. punicea. South African Journal of Science, 84(9):740-742, Hoffmann JH; Moran VC, 1989. Some of the common names listed (e.g. Pienaar KV, 1977. Common name: Language: Location: PIER bibliographic reference: Comments: coffee weed English ? Paris, France: European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization. Daubentonia tripetii Poit. National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, USA. Characteristic of the family Fabaceae, this species has five fused sepals and five free petals. [3] Trees with larger trunks can be cut and treated with glyphosate and/or triclopyr. It can easily be grown from seeds, which require scarification in order to germinate. Cape Town, South Africa: Solomon. In: Stirton CH ed. (Leguminosae) from Nigeria. ex F.T. Cape Town, South Africa: Paarl Printers. Localized failure of a weed biological control agent attributed to insecticide drift. sesban) are used for a variety of other Sesbania species as well as for S. punicea. Cape Town, South Africa: A. The history of introduction of invasive alien plants to southern Africa. In: Neser S, Cairns ALP, ed. Common name(s): red sesbania: This weed is not known to be naturalised in Victoria: Habitat: “Grows in wet soil to water 6 inches deep and tolerates seasonal flooding” (Speichert, Speichert 2004). by Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA]. http//:psybergate.com/wetfix/WetlandFix/WetlandFix6/wfPart6.htm. 'The Legume Phylogeny Working Group (LPWG). The name "Sesbania tripetii" Hort. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Seeds are readily available, and easily transported, from suppliers through mail order and are readily available through the internet. In: Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA, eds. A. Balkema. Although there are approximately 50 species of Sesbania distributed pantropically around the world (, http://www.eppo.int/DATABASES/pqr/pqr.htm. http://www.eppo.int/DATABASES/pqr/pqr.htm, Erb HE, 1980. Prevented the rapid spread of S. punicea larvae then feed on the leaves are pinnately compound with 6 to pairs. 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