Fringed brome (Bromus ciliatus): Perennial tufted grass with open nodding panicles
A single collection from Glacier Bay is the only record from the region in herbaria database.
Map in Field Guide to Alaska Grasses shows a record from Sitka.
- USDAPLANTS page for Bromus ciliatus
- EthnoBotany page for Bromus ciliatus
- GrassManual page for Bromus ciliatus
- e-FloraBC page for Bromus ciliatus
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Bromus ciliatus
- Search Arctos Database for Bromus ciliatus (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Bromus ciliatus (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Bromus ciliatus
- iNaturalist Observations for Bromus ciliatus in Southeast Alaska
- Muller: NE; open areas, rocky, gravelly areas
- Hall 2010: "Open woods and thickets"
- Skinner, et al 2012: "Native grass usually found in moist meadows, willow thickets, and on stream backs. While widespread through Alaska, it is never present in large quantities. Recognized, when mature by its nodding panicle and average spikelet length for a brome grass."