Apluda mutica (Tachula)
Mauritian Grass is a rambling perennial grass, with culms up to about 3 m long, This is considered to be a fairly good fodder grass and is readily eaten by cattle when young. It is very common in the plains and at low elevation in the Himalayas. In hedges and bushy places it usually assumes a climbing habit. It often constitutes a large part of the undergrowth in forests. Flowering: August-November.