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Senna occidentalis


Accepted name

Senna occidentalis (L.) Link1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Synonyms

Cassia caroliniana Walter1
Cassia ciliata Raf.1
Cassia falcata L.1
Cassia foetida Pers.1, 8
Cassia laevigata sensu auct.9, 10
Cassia macradenia Collad.1
Cassia obliquifolia Schrank1
Cassia occidentalis L.1, 2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14
Cassia occidentalis (L.) Rose1
Cassia occidentalis L. var. arista sensu Hassk.15
Cassia occidentalis L. var. aristata Collad.1
Cassia planisiliqua L.1, 8
Ditramexa occidentalis Britton & Rose1, 8
Ditremexa occidentalis (L.) Britton & Wilson1, 3, 12, 13

Taxonomy

Tribe: Cassieae;  Genus: Senna

Vernacular names

Arsenic Bean16; Bicho1; Brusca1; Brusca Hembra17; Brusca Macho17; Cafe Negre18; Cafe Negre17; Cafetillo1; Cafet¢n1; Caf‚ de Bonpland1; Caf‚ de Campo1; Casse F‚tide17; Casse Puante9; Casse Puante18; Casse Puante2; Chilinchile1; Coffee Senna (En)19; Coffee Senna (En)20; Coffee Senna (En)9; Coffee Senna (En)21; Coffee Senna (En)22; Coffee Senna (En)23; Coffee Senna (En)5; Coffee Senna (En)1; Coffee Senna (En)16; Coffee Weed24; Coffeeweed (En)19; Coffeeweed (En)21; Cornezuelo1; Dandelion1; Dandelion25; Fedegosa1; Fedegoso1; Fedegoso-verdadeiro11; Foetid Cassia (En)5; Frijolillo1; Gros Indigo a Fleurs Jaunes26; Gros Indigo a Fleurs Jaunes26; Gros Indigo Sauvage9; Hediondilla1; Kasondi (Hi)27; Kaspyant28; Katsakatsa (Madagascar)6; Maimbobe (Madagascar)6; Mamuri1; Martinica1; Mata Pasta1; Mata Patinho1; Negro Coffee20; Negro Coffee5; Paramarioba1; Peni-tora (Sinh)21; Pois Piante17; Pois Piante Noir17; Pois Puant1; Pois Puant Noir1; Potra1; Retamilla1; Rubbish Cassia (En)5; Souveraine9; Stinking Weed2; Stinking Weed5; Stinking Weed29; Stinking Weed1; Styptic Weed1; Taperib 1; Taratuc£1; Tsitsorinangatra (Madagascar)6

Descriptors

Perennial non-climbing shrub;  not threatened

Uses

Medicine30; Medicine31; Environmental32; Environmental33; Food and Drink9; Food and Drink18; Food and Drink34; Food and Drink3; Food and Drink35; Food and Drink23; Food and Drink5; Food and Drink6; Food and Drink8; Medicine18; Medicine2; Medicine36; Medicine21; Medicine35; Medicine23; Medicine27; Medicine5; Miscellaneous34; Miscellaneous27; Toxins23; Toxins37; Toxins5; Weed38; Weed18; Weed2; Weed3; Weed39; Weed40; Weed6; Medicine41; Medicine16; Weed16; Medicine42; Food and Drink25

Notes

Species habit is herb or subshrub.14; DeWit recognises var. schinifolia (DC.) DeWit, introduced into PNG.8; Alien to Far East: near Novo-Nikolskoe village43; Alien to Far East: near Novo-Nikolskoe village44; Possibly native to South America.37; Probably of South American origin.16; Weed in gardens, paddocks and pastures; possibly poisonous to livestock.16


Geographical records

Africa45, 46:   Angola-ISO(U)47, Burundi(U)48, Cameroon(I)49, Central African Republic(U)48, Chad(U)48, Djibouti(U)45, Equatorial Guinea-ISO(U)50, Ethiopia(I)51, Gabon(I)52, Ghana(U)50, Guinea(U)50, Ivory Coast(U)50, Kenya(U)29, Liberia(U)50, Libya(U)53, Mali(U)50, Mozambique(U)48, Namibia-ISO(U)41, Niger(U)50, Nigeria(U)50, Rwanda(U)48, Senegal(U)50, Sierra Leone(U)50, South Africa(U)41, Sudan(U)54, Swaziland(U)41, Tanzania(U)29, Togo(U)50, Uganda(U)29, Zaire(I)55, Zambia(U)56

Aldabra:   Alphonse Group2, Amirantes Group2, Assumption I37, Astove I2, Coetivy I2, Cosmoledo I2, Farquahar Group2, Platte I2

Asia3, 5, 8, 14, 16, 18, 21, 33, 34, 36, 46, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72:   Bangladesh(I)67, Bhutan(I)34, Brunei(I)72, Cambodia(I)18, China(N)71, India(I)5, 57, 68, 69, 70, Indonesia-ISO(I)8, 16, 59, Iran(I)60, Iraq(I)60, Irian Jaya(I)16, Java(N)8, Kalimantan(N)8, Laos(I)18, Lesser Sunda Is(N)8, Malaysia-ISO(I)8, 59, Moluccas(N)8, Nepal(N)66, Pakistan(I)36, Peninsular Malaysia(N)8, Philippines(I)8, 62, Russia in Asia(N), Ryukyu Is(I)14, Singapore(I)64, Sri Lanka(I)21, 61, Sulawesi(N)8, Sumatra(N)8, Taiwan(I)58, Thailand(I)3, Vietnam(I)18

Australasia16, 73:   Australia(I)73, Papua New Guinea(I)16

Australia:   New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia

Caribbean17, 22, 25:   Bahamas(U)22, Cayman Is(N)25, Dominican Republic(N)17, Haiti(N)17

Central America13, 74, 75:   El Salvador(N)74, Mexico (North & Central)(N)13, Mexico (South East)(N)13, Panama(N)76

Comoro Is:   Anjouan I77

India:   Andhra Pradesh5, Arunachal Pradesh68, Assam69, Bihar5, Delhi69, Goa69, Gujarat5, Haryana5, Himachal Pradesh5, Jammu-Kashmir5, Karnataka5, Kerala5, Madhaya Pradesh5, Maharashtra5, Manipur69, Meghalaya69, Mizoram69, Nagaland69, Orissa5, Pondicherry69, Punjab5, Rajasthan5, Sikkim5, Tamil Nadu5, Tripura69, Uttar Pradesh70, West Bengal5, Yanan69

Indian Ocean2, 5, 6, 9, 37, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85:   Aldabra(U)2, 37, Andaman Is(I)5, Chagos Archipelago(U)80, Christmas I(I)33, Comoro Is(U)77, 79, Laccadive Is(I)82, 84, Madagascar(N)6, 78, Maldives(U)83, 85, Mauritius(I)9, 81, Nicobar Is(I)5, Reunion(I)9, Rodrigues(I)9, Seychelles(I)2

Mauritius:   Agalega I81

Middle East60:   Lebanon(U)60, Saudi Arabia(I)60, South Yemen(I)60, Yemen(I)60

North America24:   United States(I)1, 12, 13, 24

Pacific Ocean1, 16, 23, 39, 40, 65, 86, 87, 88:   Bismarck Archipelago(I)16, Cook Is(I)40, Fiji(I)39, Gilbert Is(I)87, Hawaii(I)1, Marquesas(I)23, Marshall Is(I)87, Nauru(I)87, Niue(I)88, Northern Marianas(I)87, Ogasawara-Shoto(I)65, Samoa-JML(I)40, Society Is(I)23, Solomon Is(I)16, Tonga(I)40

Russia in Asia:   Primorye44

South America16, 37, 89:   Argentina(N)1, Bolivia(N)1, Brazil(N)1, 11, Colombia(N)1, French Guiana(N)89, Guyana(N)89, Peru(N)1, Surinam(N)89

United States:   Alabama24, Arkansas24, Florida24, Georgia24, Kansas24, Louisiana24, Maryland24, Massachusetts24, Mississippi24, Nebraska24, New York24, North Carolina24, Oklahoma24, South Carolina24, Texas24, Virginia24

(N = native, I = introduced, U = uncertain status)

Habitats (for Africa only)

Guinea-Congolian anthropic landscapes55; Zambezian anthropic landscapes29; Somalia-Masai anthropic landscapes29; Guinea-Congolia/Sudania regional transition zone; anthropic landscapes50

Literature citations

Description1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 29, 32, 36, 37, 38, 64, 71, 90, 91, 92, 93;  Illustration3, 5, 9, 16, 18, 29, 32, 36, 38, 42, 58, 91, 94, 95

Sources

2005 (Indian Ocean) Lock JM & Ireland H (JS2005);     Coordinator: 2005-10 Agababian M (French vern. names)

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Nomenclature

TROPICOS nomenclatural database at Missouri Botanical Garden (W3TROPICOS)

APNI (Australian Plant Name Index): nomenclatural database in Canberra

Rhizobia

database of root-nodule bacteria at RIKEN, Japan



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