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Bromus sitchensis

Bromus sitchensis

Bromus sitchensis

Bromus sitchensis

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Sitka brome (Bromus sitchensis) belongs to Poaceae (Grass family). It is a perennial that is native to North America; distributed from the Aleutian Islands and panhandle of Alaska through British Columbia to southern California. It is also naturalized in Japan. This herb occurs on exposed rock bluffs and cliffs, in meadows and can reach 80-120 cm in height. The sheaths are glabrous or sparsely pilose. The panicles are open or often drooping and appear from April to June. The spikelets are elliptic to lanceolate, strongly laterally compressed.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp