Species Detail

Arundinaria gigantea chapman. A. tecta
giant cane or canebrake


Scientific Name:  
Arundinaria gigantea chapman. A. tecta
Common Name:  
giant cane or canebrake
Myaamia Name:  
Uses:  
Undetermined
Harvest Seasons:  
Undetermined
Habitats:  
Beech-Maple Forest, Oak Forest including Oak-Hickory, Beech-Oak-Maple Mixed Mesophytic, Wet Prairie grasslands with flooding, Conifer Swamp some deciduous domts., Deciduous Swamp no coniferous domts.
Locations:  
Undetermined
Growth Forms:  
Herb

Myaamia Archival Sources  
Arundinaria gigantea chapman. A. tecta
Reference Source Reference Type Archival Data Comments
No Reference Specified Use - Material  fibers for rope and moccasins
Botanical Sources  
Arundinaria gigantea chapman. A. tecta
Reference Source Notes Data Comments
Gleason, H.A. & Cronquist, A. 1991   occurs in damp woods; swamps and other moist areas in eastern and western Miami lands
Related Sources  
Arundinaria gigantea chapman. A. tecta
Reference Source Notes Data Comments
Small, J.K. 1903   also known as cane reed with former specific epithet of A. macrosperma
Whitford, A. C. 1941   fibers used for moccasins and rope making by most prehistoric cave and rock-shelter peoples within its range