Arthrostylidium berryi Judziewicz & Davidse (Poaceae, Bambusoideae, Bambuseae, Arthrostylidiinae), a new species from riversides, seasonally flooded white sand shrublands, and granitic lajas in lowland Venezuela and adjacent Colombia, is described and illustrated. It is easily distinguished from its South American congeners in Arthrostylidium Ruprecht by its strongly reflexed leaf blades and long (4–10 cm) spikelets with numerous (nine to 15) florets.
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