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Bromus catharticus

Bromus catharticus

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Rescue grass belongs to Poaceae (Grass family). It is a perennial herb that is native to South America. Now a days, It is naturalized in worldwide temperate to warm-temperate areas. This herb occurs in roadsides, waste places or streambanks and can reach 40-120 cm in height. The stems are 3-4 fascicled, and the leaves are broad linear with sparing hairs. The panicles come in May to August, and borne largish spikelets sparingly. The spikelet is lanceolate, and composed of 6-10 floscules.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp