Podagrostis aequivalvis

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Northern Bentgrass (Agrostis aequivalvis): Quite a few collections from across the region other than the Northern Gulf Coast. (Present further west, so should be expected?)

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Other References

  • Hall 2010: [as Agrostis aequivalvis] "Bogs and lake margins uncommonly on coasts and islands from southeastern Alaska to Aleutians."
  • Skinner, et al 2012: "Native riparian grass found along streams, lakes, and bogs in coastal spruce-hemlock forests. Common to Southeast Alaska, the coastal regions of Prince William Sound, and Southcentral Alaska. Often overlooked in meadows as it is delicate and the spikelets are small and few on scattered branches."
  • Muller: gen; wet areas, lake margins

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