Flora of New York/Poaceae 2

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Poaceae 1
Flora of New York — Poaceae 2
Poaceae 3
Table of
contents
Genus
index
Protected species index Invasive species index


Poales genus index

Subfamily Danthonioideae[edit | edit source]

Subfam. Danthonioideae H.P. Linder & N.P. Baker (2001) (sister to Chloridoideae) contains the tribe Danthonieae.[1]

Tribe Danthonieae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Danthonieae Zotov (1963) contains the genera Austroderia, Capeochloa, Chaetobromus, Chimaerochloa, Chionochloa, Cortaderia, Danthonia, Geochloa, Merxmuellera, Notochloe, Pentameris, Plinthanthesis, Pseudopentameris, Rytidosperma, Schismus, Tenaxia, and Tribolium.[1]

Danthonia[edit | edit source]

Danthonia spicata
Two species of oat grass (Danthonia spp.) are native to New York: poverty grass (D. spicata) and northern oat grass (D. compressa).
Poales — Poaceae — Danthonioideae — Danthonieae
Danthonia Oat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) P.Beauv. ex Roem.& Schult.

1753. Avena spicata L.
1817. Danthonia spicata
(L.) P.Beauv. ex Roem.& Schult.
1913. Pentameris spicata
(L.) A.Nelson & J.F.Macbr.
Poverty grass,
Poverty oatgrass,
Poverty oat grass
Native,
Secure
Danthonia spicata 5498956.jpg
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 Austin

1869. Danthonia compressa Austin
1871. D. spicata var. compressa
1909. Merathrepta compressa
(Austin) A. Heller
1913. Pentameris compressa
(Austin) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr.
Northern oat grass,
Flattened oatgrass
Native,
Secure
Danthonia compressa BB-1913.png
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Danthonia (excluded taxa) Oat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Nutt.

1818. Danthonia sericea Nutt.
1901. Danthonia epilis Scribn.
    
Downy oat grass,
Downy danthonia
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Danthonia sericea NRCS-010.jpg
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Danthonia compressa ×
Danthonia spicata

    
    
    
Hybrid of
 northern oat grass &
 poverty grass
Native,
N.Y. excluded
Ny hybrid.svg
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Subfamily Chloridoideae[edit | edit source]

Subfam. Chloridoideae Kunth ex Beilschm. (1833) (sister to Danthonioideae) contains the tribes Centropodieae, Triraphideae, Eragrostideae, Zoysieae, and Cynodonteae.[1]

Tribe Eragrostideae[edit | edit source]


Subtribe Eragrostidinae[edit | edit source]


Eragrostis[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Eragrostideae — Eragrostidinae — Eragrostis
Eragrostis Lovegrass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) Nees

Lace grass,
Tiny love-grass
Native,
Secure
Eragrostis capillaris HC-1950.png
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C.A.Mey. ex Steud.

Frank's love-grass,
Sandbar lovegrass
Native,
Secure
Eragrostis frankii HC-1950.png
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(Lam.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

Teal love grass Native,
Secure
Eragrostis hypnoides NRCS-1.jpg
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Purple lovegrass Native,
Secure
Eragrostis spectabilis.jpg
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(Michx.) Nees ex Steud.
var. pectinacea

Tufted lovegrass,
Spreading lovegrass,
Purple lovegrass
Native,
Secure
Eragrostis pectinacea var pectinacea (as E. diffusa) BB-1913.png
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(Michx.) Nees ex Steud.
var. miserrima
(Fourn.) J.Reeder

Desert lovegrass Introduced,
N. America native
Eragrostis pectinacea var miserrima (as E. arida) HC-1950-mod.png
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(Nutt.) Alph. Wood

Sand lovegrass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Eragrostis trichodes 0776.jpg
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(L.) P.Beauv.
var. pilosa

1753. Poa pilosa L.
1812. Eragrostis pilosa P.Beauv.
India love-grass,
Hairy love-grass,
Soft love-grass,
Jersey love-grass
Pâturin poilu
Introduced Eragrostis pilosa 1.jpg
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(All.) Vign. ex Janchen

    E. major Host
    E. megastachya (Koeler) Link
    Poa cilianensis All.
Stinkgrass,
Candygrass
Introduced Starr 080208-2577 Eragrostis cilianensis.jpg
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 Host

Little lovegrass Introduced Eragrostis minor (6124344114).jpg
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(Schrad.) Nees

    E. chloromelas Steud.
    E. robusta Stent
Weeping lovegrass,
Boer love grass
Introduced,
Invasive,
NYIS: 57%[1],
Invasive
Starr 050208-3896 Eragrostis curvula.jpg
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Subtribe Unioliinae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Unioliinae Clayton (1982) contains 11 species in 5 genera: Entoplocamia, Fingerhuthia, Tetrachaete, Tetrachne, and Uniola.[1]
Uniola[edit | edit source]
Uniola paniculata
Sea oats (Uniola paniculata) are native to the southeastern coastal United States, Mexico, Bahamas and Cuba. They are not known to have naturalized any farther north than Delaware. Sea oats produce few seeds and spread primarily by rhizomes. This plant is no longer considered to be a close relative of Chasmanthium latifolium (Indian woodoats) which was once placed in this genus as Uniola latifolia and is sometimes known as "northern sea oats".
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Eragrostideae — Uniolinae — Uniola
Uniola Uniola N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Uniola paniculata L.
Seaoats,
Sea oats,
Seaside oats,
North American sea-oats
Araña,
Arroz de costa
Introduced,
N. America native

FACU
Uniola paniculata (plume).jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Not listed
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Tribe Zoysieae[edit | edit source]


Subtribe Sporobolinae[edit | edit source]


Sporobolus[edit | edit source]
The subgeneric classification used here for Sporobolus (Dropseed) is from Peterson et. al. (2014), which includes the genera Calamovilfa, Crypsis, Spartina,

and Thellungia (most of Sporobolinae) within Sporobolus to make it monophyletic.[1]


Sporobolus sect. Clandestini[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Clandestini
Sporobolussect. Clandestini Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Nash

1895. Sporobolus neglectus Nash
1901. Sporobolus vaginiflorus
var. neglectus Scribn.
1954. Sporobolus vaginiflorus
var. neglectus Shinners [isonym]
Small dropseed,
Puffsheath dropseed
Sporobole négligé
Native,
Secure

Annual,
Graminoid
Sporobolus neglectus BB-1913.png
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(Torr. ex A. Gray) Alph. Wood
var. vaginiflorus

Sheathed dropseed,
Poverty dropseed
Native,
Secure

Annual,
Graminoid
Sporobolus vaginiflorus BB-1913.png
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 (Poir.) Merr.
var. compositus

1803. Agrostis aspera Michx. [illeg.]
1823. Agrostis longifolia Torr.
1829. Sporobolus asper (P.Beauv.) Kunth
1901. Sporobolus compositus (Poir.) Merr.
Composite dropseed,
Tall dropseed,
Rough dropseed,
Rushgrass
Sporobole rude
Native,
Likely secure
Sporobolus compositus var compositus BB-1913.png
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(Biehler) Hitchc.

1807. Agrostis clandestina Biehler
1861. Sporobolus longifolius Alph.Wood
1901. Sporobolus canovirens Nash
1908. Sporobolus clandestinus Hitchc.
1954. S. asper var. canovirens Shinners
1954. S. asper var. clandestinus Shinners
1995. S. compositus var. clandestinus
Rough dropseed,
Hidden dropseed
Native,
Endangered

Perennial,
Graminoid
Sporobolus clandestinus (as S. canovirens) BB-1913.png
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Sporobolus sect. Calamovilfa[edit | edit source]
Because the genus Calamovilfa (sandreed) has been found to be embedded within a paraphyletic Sporobolus genus, Peterson et. al. (2014) recommended the transfer of the Calamovilfa species to a subsection within Sporobolus.[1]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Calamovilfa
Sporobolussubsect. Floridani Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(A.Gray) A.Gray

1835. Vilfa heterolepis A.Gray
1848. Sporobolus heterolepis
(A.Gray) A.Gray
Northern dropseed,
Prairie dropseed
Native, C:10,
Threatened

FACU

Perennial,
Graminoid
Sporobolus heterolepis WisconsinStrain BotGardBln07122011D.JPG
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Sporobolussubsect. Calamovilfa Sandreed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Buckley) P.M.Peterson
var. magnus P.M.Peterson

1901. Calamovilfa longifolia
var. magna Scribn.& Merr.
2014. Sporobolus rigidus
var. magnus P.M.Peterson
Prairie sandreed,
Sand reed-grass
Introduced,
N. America native,
Likely extirpated in NY
Calamovilfa longifolia BB-1913.png
Nymap.svg
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Sporobolus sect. Pyramidati[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Pyramidati
Sporobolussect. Pyramidatisubsect. Pyramidati Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Lam.) Hitchc.

Whorled dropseed Introduced,
Impersistent
Starr 080207-2390 Sporobolus pyramidatus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 Hitchc.

1882. S. cryptandrus var. strictus
1901. S. strictus (Scribn.) Merr. (i)
1915. S. contractus Hitchc.
Narrow-spiked dropseed,
Spike dropseed
Introduced from
 western U.S.A.,
 northern Mexico,
N.Y. excluded

Perennial,
Graminoid
Nymap.svg
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Sporobolus sect. Cryptandri[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Cryptandri
Sporobolussect. Cryptandri Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Torr.) A.Gray

1824. Agrostis cryptandra Torr.
1840. Vilfa cryptandra (Torr.) Trin.
1848. Sporobolus cryptandrus A.Gray
1870. Sporobolus subinclusus Phil.
Sand dropseed,
Prairie grass
Sporobole à fleurs cacnées
Native,
Unranked

FACU-UPL

Perennial,
Graminoid
Sporobolus cryptandrus (3796727047).jpg
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Sporobolus sect. Sporobolus[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Sporobolus
Sporobolussect. Sporobolus Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Blackseed,
Smut grass
Introduced Starr 080609-7976 Sporobolus indicus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Sporobolus sect. Airoides[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Airoides
Sporobolussect. Airoides Dropseed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Torr.) Torr.

1824. Agrostis airoides Torr.
1841. Vilfa airoides Trin. ex Steud.
1854. Vilfa airoides Trin. ex Steud. hom?
1856. Sporobolus airoides Torr.
Alkali sacaton Introduced from
 western N.A.,
Impersistent
Sporobolus airoides (3912523640).jpg
Nymap.svg
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Sporobolus sect. Spartina[edit | edit source]
Sporobolus michauxianus
prairie cordgrass
Because the genus Spartina (Cordgrass) has been found to be embedded within a paraphyletic Sporobolus genus, Peterson et. al. (2014) recommended the transfer of the Spartina species to a section within Sporobolus.[1][2]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Spartina
Sporobolussect. Spartinasubsect. Spartina Cordgrass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Hitchc.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

1803. Trachynotia cynosuroides Michx.
1820. Spartina pectinata Link
1908. Spartina michauxiana Hitchc.
2014. Sporobolus michauxianus
P.M.Peterson & Saarela
 non Sporobolus pectinatus Hack.
Fresh water cordgrass,
Prairie cordgrass
Native,
Secure
Spartina pectinata.jpg
Nymap.svg
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(Roth) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

1789. Dactylis patens Aiton
1806. Spartina pumila Roth
1817. Spartina patens Muhl.
2014. Sporobolus pumilus
P.M.Peterson & Saarela
 non Sporobolus patens Swallen
Saltmeadow cordgrass,
Marshhay cordgrass,
Marsh grass
Native,
Secure
Spartina patens Spring.jpg
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(L.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

1753. Dactylis cynosuroides L.
1803. Trachynotia cynosuroides Michx.
1804. Paspalum cynosuroides Brot.
1806. Spartina cynosuroides Roth
1812. Spartina polystachya
(Michx.) P. Beauv.
1825. Cynodon cynosuroides Raspail
Salt reedgrass,
Big cordgrass
Native,
Likely secure
The book of grasses - an illustrated guide to the common grasses, and the most common of the rushes and sedges (1912) (14576963079).jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4
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P.M.Peterson & Saarela

Sporobolus michauxianus ×
Sporobolus pumilus

1898. Spartina × caespitosa
A.A.Eaton
1906. Spartina patens
var. caespitosa Hitchc.
2014. Sporobolus × eatonianus
P.M.Peterson & Saarela
 non Sporobolus caespitosus Kunth
Marsh cordgrass hybrid,
Hybrid of
 Freshwater cordgrass &
 Saltmeadow cordgrass
Native,
Threatened
Ny hybrid.svg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-2?
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Sporobolussect. Spartinasubsect. Alterniflori Cordgrass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Loisel.) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

1803. Spartina alterniflora Loisel.
1815. Trachynotia alterniflora DC.
2014. Sporobolus alterniflorus
P.M.Peterson & Saarela
Saltwater cordgrass,
Smooth cordgrass
Native,
Secure
Spartina alterniflora HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
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Sporobolus sect. Crypsis[edit | edit source]

Because the genus Crypsis (Picklegrass) has been found to be embedded within a paraphyletic Sporobolus genus, Peterson et. al. (2014) recommended the transfer of the Crypsis species to a subsection within Sporobolus.[1]

Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Zoysieae — Sporobolinae — Sporobolus sect. Crypsis
Sporobolussect. Crypsis Prickle grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) P.M.Peterson

1753. Phleum schoenoides L.
1791. Crypsis schoenoides Lam.
1801. Heleochloa schoenoides Host
2014. Sporobolus schoenoides
P.M.Peterson
Swamp pricklegrass,
Swamp timothy,
Rush-like timothy
Crypside faux-choin,
Crypsis faux-choin
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa

OBL-FACU

Annual,
Graminoid
Crypsis schoenoides.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Tribe Cynodonteae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Gouiniinae[edit | edit source]

Triplasis[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Gouiniinae
Triplasis Sand grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Walter) Chapm.
var. purpurea

1788. Aira purpurea Walter
1860. Triplasis purpurea Chapm.
Purple sandgrass Native,
Likely secure
Triplasis purpurea HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
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Subtribe Eleusininae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Eleusininae Dumort. (1829) contains the genera Acrachne, Afrotrichloris, Apochiton, Astrebla, Austrochloris, Chloris, Chrysochloa, Coelachyrum, Cynodon, Daknopholis, Dinebra, Diplachne, Disakisperma, Eleusine, Enteropogon, Eustachys, Harpochloa, Leptochloa, Lepturus, Lintonia, Microachne, Microchloa, Oxychloris, Pommereulla, Rendlia, Rheochloa, Saugetia, Schoenefeldia, Sclerodactylon, Stapfochloa, and Tetrapogon.[1] Those in bold type contain species found in New York. Of those, only Diplachne contains a species that is considered to be native.
Diplachne[edit | edit source]
Diplachne fusca
bearded sprangletop
Bearded sprangletop (Diplachne fusca (L.) P. Beauv. ssp. fascicularis (Lam.) P.M. Peterson & N. Snow) is the only Diplachne species known to grow in the wild in New York State.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Diplachne
Diplachne Sprangle top N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) P.Beauv.
ssp. fascicularis

    Diplachne maritima E.P.Bicknell
    Diplachne acuminata Nash
    Diplachne fascicularis (Lam.) P.Beauv.
    Leptochloa fusca ssp. fascicularis
    Diplachne fusca ssp. fascicularis
Bearded sprangletop,
Salt-meadow grass,
Saltpond grass
Native, C:7,
Endangered

OBL-FACW

Perennial,
Graminoid
Diplachne fusca habit.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Stapfochloa[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Stapfochloa
Stapfochloa Windmill grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Fringed windmill grass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Chloris ciliata HC-1950.png
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Chloris[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Chloris
Chloris Windmill grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Nutt.

Tumble windmill grass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Chloris verticillata HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Xm
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 Sw. (1797)

Feather fingergrass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Starr 021108-0021 Chloris virgata.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Leptochloa[edit | edit source]
Leptochloa crinita
false rhodes grass
Sprangletop (Leptochloa[1], syn. Trichloris) species are not native to nor known to be naturalized in New York State, but an apparent waif of false rhodes grass (Leptochloa crinita) was collected in Westchester County in 1898.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Leptochloa
Leptochloa Sprangletop N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Lag.) P.M.Peterson & N.Snow

1805. Chloris crinita Lag.
1947. Trichloris crinita (Lag.) Parodi
2012. Leptochloa crinita
(Lag.) P.M.Peterson & N.Snow
False rhodes grass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Trichloris crinita 1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
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Cynodon[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Cynodon
Cynodon Bermuda grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Pers.
var. dactylon

1753. Panicum dactylon L.
1805. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.
1806. Digitaria stolonifera Schrad.
1891. Capriola dactylon (L.) Kuntze
Bermudagrass,
Bermuda grass
Introduced Cynodon dactylon sl9.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Eleusine[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Eleusine
EleusineGaertn. Goose grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Gaertn.

1753. Cynosurus indicus L.
1788. Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.
1854. Eleusine japonica Steud.
Goose grass,
India goosegrass,
Indian goosegrass
Introduced from
 Africa,
 Asia,
Naturalized

FACU

Annual,
Graminoid
Eleusine indica spikelets1 (7120792577).jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-XX
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EleusineGaertn. (excluded taxa) Goose grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Lam.) Lam.

1786. Cynosurus tristachyos Lam.
1792. Eleusine tristachya (Lam.) Lam.
    
American crowfoot grass Introduced from
 South American,
N.Y. excluded
Eleusine tristachya head1 (10045432075).jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-XCLD
ARS-GRIN

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Eustachys[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Eustachys
Eustachys Finger grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Lag.) Kunth

Argentine fingergrass Introduced,
Impersistent
Eustachys retusa NRCS-1.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-X0

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Dactyloctenium[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Eleusininae — Dactyloctenium
Dactyloctenium Crowfoot-grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) Willd. (1809)

Crowfoot grass,
Egyptian grass,
Finger grass
Introduced,
Impersistent
Starr 021108-0065 Dactyloctenium aegyptium.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Xm
USDA-XX

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Subtribe Pappophorinae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Pappophorinae Dumort. (1829) contains the genera Neesiochloa, Pappophorum, and Tridens (excl. Tridentopsis}.[1] Those in bold type contain species found in New York. Of those, only Tridens contains a species that is considered to be native.
Tridens[edit | edit source]
Tridens flavus
Native purpletop (Tridens flavus) is the only species of Tridens found in New York.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Pappophorinae
Tridens tridens N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Hitchc.
var. flavus

1753. Poa flava L.
1894. Sieglingia sesleroides (Michx.) Scribn.
1906. Tridens flavus (L.) Hitchc.
1913. Triodia flava (L.) Smyth
Purpletop tridens,
Tall purple-topped fluffgrass,
Purpletop,
Redtop,
Tall Red Top
Native, C:0,
Secure

UPL

Perennial,
Perennial
Tridens flavus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Pappophorum[edit | edit source]
Pappophorum vaginatum
Pappus grass
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Pappophorinae
Pappophorum Pappus grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Buckley

Whiplash pappusgrass Introduced,
US South native,
Impersistent
Pappophorum vaginatum (as P. mucronulatum) HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Xm
USDA-N0

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(Lam.) Kuntze

    Pappophorum pappiferum
(Lam.) Kuntze
Limestone pappus grass
Limestone pappusgrass
Introduced from
 Puerto Rico,
 Virgin Islands,
Not naturalized
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Xm
USDA-XX

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Pappophorum (excluded taxa) Pappus grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Fourn.

Pink pappusgrass Introduced,
US South native,
Excluded
Pappophorum bicolor HC-1950-d.png
Excluded nymap.svg
NYFA-XCLD
USDA-N0

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Subtribe Traginae[edit | edit source]

Tragus[edit | edit source]
Tragus racemosus
Burr grass does not appear to naturalize in New York State, but these two Eurasian species were collected in 1889 in New York and Westchester Counties.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Traginae
Tragus Burr grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Schult.

Spiked burr grass,
Spiked bur grass,
Texas bur,
African bur grass
Introduced from
 Africa,
 Asia,
Impersistent
Starr 050301-4741 Tragus berteronianus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 (L.) All.

Spiked burr grass,
Stalked bur grass,
Texas bur,
European bur grass
Introduced from
 Africa,
 Eurasia,
Impersistent
Tragus racemosus sl6.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Subtribe Monanthochloinae[edit | edit source]

Distichlis[edit | edit source]
Distichlis spicata
Saltgrass is found in salt marshes and brackish marshes, occasionally in dense stands in southeastern New York State.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Monanthochloinae
Distichlis Salt grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Greene

Saltgrass,
Salt grass,
Inland saltgrass
Native, C:9,
Secure

FACW

Perennial,
Graminoid
Distichlis spicata (5879306521).jpg
Nymap.svg
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Subtribe Boutelouinae[edit | edit source]

Bouteloua[edit | edit source]
Bouteloua curtipendula
Bouteloua has about 20 species that are native to North America. The two that have been found in New York, sideoats grama and blue grama were both major components of the shortgrass prairie of the Great Plains.[1] Sideoats grama is still common in the west, but has become rare in the east and in listed as endangered in New York. Blue grama is not considered to be native to the Northeast, and is a rare introduction to New York.
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Boutelouinae — Bouteloua
Boutelouasubg. Bouteloua Grama N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Michx.) Torr.
var. curtipendula

1803. Chloris curtipendula Michx.
1853. Bouteloua curtipendula Torr.
Sideoats grama,
Side-oats grama,
Tall grama grass
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[1]
Bouteloua curtipendula closeup of spikes in bloom.jpg
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Boutelouasubg. Chondrosum Grama N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Willd. ex Kunth) Lag. ex Griffiths

    
Blue grama,
Blue gramma,
Eyelash grass
Introduced,
N. America native,
Not naturalized
Bouteloua gracilis 003 — Matt Lavin.jpg
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Lag.
var. hirsuta

1805. Bouteloua hirsuta Lag.
    
    
Hairy grama Introduced,
N. America native
Bouteloua hirsuta - Berlin Botanical Garden - IMG 8588.JPG
Excluded nymap.svg
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Boutelouasubg. Buchloe Grama N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Nutt.) J.T.Columbus

    
    
    
Buffalograss,
Buffalo-grass
Introduced from
 central N. America,
N. America native
Buchloe dactyloides.jpg
Excluded nymap.svg
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Subtribe Muhlenbergiinae[edit | edit source]

Muhlenbergia[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Chloridoideae — Cynodonteae — Muhlenbergiinae — Muhlenbergia
Muhlenbergia Muhly N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Poir.) Fernald

1803. Agrostis lateriflora Michx.
1810. Agrostis frondosa Poir.
1833. M. lateriflora Trin. ex Kunth (i)
1907. M. mexicana ssp. commutata Scribn.
1943. M. frondosa (Poir.) Fernald
Wirestem muhly,
Wire-stemmed muhly
Muhlenbergie feuillée
Native, C:4,
Secure
Muhlenbergia frondosa HC-1950.png
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(Willd.) Trin.

 auct. M. racemosanon BSP
Spike muhly,
Spiked muhly,
Bog muhly,
Marsh muhly
Muhlenbergie agglomérée,
Muhlenbergia agglomérée
Native, C:10,
Secure

OBL-FACW
Muhlenbergia glomerata.jpg
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(L.) Trin.

    Agrostis mexicana
    M. ambigua
    M. foliosa
    M. mexicana var. filiformis
Mexican muhly,
Wire-stemmed muhly
Native, C:4,
Secure
Muhlenbergia mexicana - Berlin Botanical Garden - IMG 8586.JPG
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
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J.F.Gmel.

Nimblewill,
Nimblewill muhly,
Schreber muhly
Native, C:0,
Secure
Muhlenbergia schreberi NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
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(Muhl. ex Willd.) Trin.

Cliff muhly Native, C:8,
Secure
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
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(Torr.) Torr. ex A. Gray

Woodland muhly,
Forest muhly
Native, C:6,
Secure
Muhlenbergia sylvatica HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
ITIS

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(Willd.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

Slender muhly Native, C:8,
Secure
Nymap.svg
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
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(Muhl.) Fernald

Fall dropseed muhly,
Bog muhly
Native, C:6,
Likely secure
Vilfa serotina - Species graminum - Volume 3.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4
USDA-NN

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(Lam.) Trin.

Hairawn muhly Native, C:10,
Likely extirpated
Muhlenbergia capillaris HC-1950.png
Muhlenbergia capillaris nymap.svg
NYFA-Z
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(Nees & Meyen ex Trin.) Parodi

Alkali muhly,
Scratchgrass
Introduced,
N. America native
Muhlenbergia asperifolia NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-NN

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Muhlenbergia (excluded taxa) Muhly N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Schult.) Hitchc.

    M. torreyana (Schult.) Hitchc.
    
    
New Jersey muhly N. America native,
N.Y. excluded

FACW

Perennial,
Graminoid
Muhlenbergia torreyana.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-XCLD
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(Michx.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

    M. racemosa (Michx.)
Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
    
    
Marsh muhly N. America native,
N.Y. excluded

FAC-FACU

Perennial,
Graminoid
Muhlenbergia racemosa NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Subfamily Aristidoideae[edit | edit source]

Subfamily Aristidoideae Caro (1982) contains 364 species in 3 genera in one tribe: Aristideae.[1]

Tribe Aristideae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Aristideae C.E. Hubb. (1960) contains 364 species in 3 genera: Aristida,, Sartidia, and Stipagrostis.[1]

Aristida[edit | edit source]

Aristida dichotoma
Three awn (Aristida)
Poales — Poaceae — Aristidoideae — Aristida
Aristida Threeawn N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Michx.
var. dichotoma

Churchmouse threeawn,
Shinners three-awned grass
Native, C:3,
Secure

FACU

Annual,
Graminioid
Aristida dichotoma HC-1950.png
Aristida dichotoma var dichotoma NY-dist-map.png
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 Poir.
var. purpurascens

Arrow-feather threeawn
Arrow feather threeawn
Arrowfeather threeawn
Native, C:5,
Unranked
Aristida purpurascens.jpg
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 Nutt.

Seaside threeawn
Native, C:7,
Unranked

Annual,
Graminoid
Aristida tuberculosa iN-31243513.jpg
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Engelm. ex Vasey

Forked threeawn,
Forked three-awned grass,
Branching needle-grass
Native, C:0,
Endangered,
NYNHP: S1S2[1]
Aristida basiramea BB-1913.png
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 Raf.

1816. Aristida gracilis Elliott
1817. Aristida geniculata Raf.
1901. Aristida intermedia Scribn. & C.R.Ball
1933. Aristida longespica var. geniculata
1954. Aristida necopina Shinners
Kearney’s threeawn Native, C:5,
Endangered,
NYNHP: S1[2]
Aristida longespica geniculata BB-1913.png
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 Poir.

Slimspike threeawn,
Slim-spiked threeawn
Native, C:8,
Endangered,
NYNHP: S1[3]
Aristida longespica longespica BB-1913.png
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 L.

    Aristida fasciculata Torr.
Sixweeks threeawn,
Six-weeks three-awn grass
Introduced,
Waif
Aristida adscensionis HC-1950.png
Aristida adscensionis NY-dist-map.png
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 Michx.

Prairie three-awn grass Introduced Aristida oligantha HC-1950.png
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Subfamily Arundinoideae[edit | edit source]

Subfamily Arundinoideae Kunth ex Beilschm. (1833) contains 40 species in 16 genera in 2 tribes: Arundineae and Molinieae.[1]

Tribe Molinieae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Molinieae Jirásek (1966) contains 24 species in 13 genera: Crinipes, Dichaetaria, Dregeochloa, Elytrophorus, Hakonechloa, Leptagrostis, Molinia, Moliniopsis, Nematopoa, Phragmites, Piptophyllum, Styppeiochloa, and Zenkeria.[1]

Phragmites[edit | edit source]

Phragmites australis
The vast majority of Phragmites (common reed) in New York today is of the introduced Eurasian lineage (haplotype M) Phragmites australis subsp. australis. The native lineage (haplotype E) P. australis subsp. americanus is only known to be present in the vicinity of Montezuma Swamp in Cayuga County, although it is likely to have been present, and may still be present elsewhere in the state.

Although the native and non-native Phragmites strains normally share habitats (until the natives are replaced by the non-natives), hybrids of the two were not discovered in the field until 2014, when a hybrid clone was discovered at the Montezuma site.[1]


Poales — Poaceae — Arundinoideae — Phragmites
Phragmites Reed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Saltonst., P.M.Peterson & Soreng)
A.Haines

2004. Phragmites australis
ssp. americanus[1]
2010. P. americanus (Saltonst.,
P.M.Peterson & Soreng) A.Haines[2]
 auct. P. communis ssp. berlandieri
 auct. P. communis var. berlandieri
American reed,
American common reed,
American reedgrass
Roseau d'Amérique
Native, C:7,
Rare,
S3, G5-T4

FACW

Perennial,
Graminoid
Phragmites americanus iN-19839762.jpg
Phragmites americanus NY-dist-map.png
Cayuga (2004), Madison (2016), Monroe (2019), Oswego (2019), St.Lawrence (2008-19)
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(Cav.) Trin. ex Steud.

1753. Arundo phragmites L.
1799. Arundo australis Cav.
1820. P. communis Trin.
1841. P. australis Trin. ex Steud.
1881. P. phragmites (L.) Karst.
Common reed,
Phragmites,
European reed,
European reedgrass,
Phragmites
Roseau commun
Introduced,
Very highly invasive,
NYIS: 92%[3],
Naturalized,
CP-2[4],
SP, G5-T5

FACW

Perennial,
Graminoid
Phragmites australis 06.jpg
Phragmites australis NY-dist-map.png
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Phragmites australis ×
Phragmites americanus[5]

P. australis ssp. americanus ×
P. australis ssp. australis

Hybrid of
 American reed &
 Common reed
Introduced,
Unranked,
Naturalized
Ny hybrid.svg
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Phragmites (excluded species) Reed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
E.Fourn.

1877. P. berlandieri E.Fourn.
1932. P. communis var. berlandieri
1954. P. communis ssp. berlandieri
1987. P. australis var. berlandieri
2007. P. australis ssp. berlandieri
Subtropical common reed N. America native,
Excuded
Phragmites australis flowerhead5 (8252858247).jpg
Excluded nymap.svg
excluded
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Molinia[edit | edit source]

Molinia caerulea
Moorgrass (Molinia)
Poales — Poaceae — Arundinoideae — Molinia
Molinia Moor grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Moench

1753. Aira caerulea L.
1771. Melica caerulea L.
1794. Molinia caerulea Moench
Purple moorgrass,
Purple moor grass
Molinie bleue
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa

FACU

Perennial,
Graminoid
Molinia caerulea Schauching 01.JPG
Molinia caerulea NY-dist-map.png
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Subfamily Oryzoideae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Oryzeae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Oryzinae[edit | edit source]

Leersia[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Ehrhartoideae — Oryzeae — Oryzinae
Leersia Cut grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Sw.

Rice cutgrass,
Ricegrass
Native,
Secure
Leersia oryzoides - Botanical Garden, University of Frankfurt - DSC02698.JPG
Leersia oryzoides NY-dist-map.png
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 Willd. (1797)

Virginia cutgrass,
Whitegrass
Native,
Secure
Leersia virginica NRCS-1.jpg
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Subtribe Zizaniinae[edit | edit source]

Zizania[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Ehrhartoideae — Oryzeae — Zizaniinae
Zizania Wildrice N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
var. aquatica

1753. Zizania aquatica L.
1967. Zizania aquatica var. subbrevis
    
Annual wildrice,
Eastern wild rice,
Indian rice
Native,
Secure
Zizania aquatica 01.jpg
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 L.
var. palustris

1771. Zizania palustris L.
1906. Zizania aquatica var. angustifolia
1971. Zizania aquatica ssp. angustifolia
Northern wildrice,
Northern wild rice
Native,
Unranked
Wild rice field.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Subfamily Bambusoideae[edit | edit source]

The bamboo subfamily, Bambusoideae Luerss. (1893). Synonyms: Olyroideae Pilg. (1956), Parianoideae Butzin (1965).

Tribe Arundinarieae[edit | edit source]

The Arundinarieae contains about 500 temperate woody bamboo species. Most are native to Asia, with only three native to the Western Hemisphere. However, all bamboo species that are known to have naturalized in New York are considered to be invasive or potentially invasive.

Subtribe Arundinariinae[edit | edit source]

Subtribe Arundinariinae Nees ex Lindl. (1836) contains Acidosasa, Ampelocalamus, Arundinaria, Bashania, Bergbambos, Chimonobambusa, Chimonocalamus, Drepanostachyum, Fargesia, Ferrocalamus, Gaoligonshania, Gelidocalamus, Himalayacalamus, Indocalamus, Indosasa, Kuruna, Oldeania, Oligostachyum, Phyllostachys, Pleioblastus, Pseudosasa, Sarocalamus, Sasa, Sasaella, Sasamorpha, Semiarundinaria, Shibataea, Sinobambusa, Thamnocalamus, Vietnamocalamus, Yushania.[1]
Arundinaria[edit | edit source]
The three North American bamboo or cane species comprise the genus Arundinaria and are from the southeastern United States.[1] [2] Although listed in New York's Non-Native Plant Species Invasiveness Assessment,[3] both of these species have been excluded from the New York Flora Atlas.
Poales — Poaceae — Bambusoideae — Arundinarieae — Arundinaria
Arundinaria Cane N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Walter) Muhl.

1788. Arundo tecta Walter
1813. Arundinaria tecta Muhl.
1871. A. macrosperma var. tecta Alph.Wood
1893. A. gigantea var. tecta Scribn
1973. A. gigantea ssp. tecta McClure
Switch cane Introduced from
 southern US,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 60%[1],
Excluded
Arundinaria tecta HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
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 (Walter) Muhl.

1788. Arundo gigantea Walter
1803. Arundinaria macrosperma Michx.
1813. Arundinaria gigantea Muhl.
1818. Miegia gigantea Nutt.
1973. A. gigantea ssp. macrosperma McClure
Giant cane,
River cane,
Canebreak bamboo
Introduced from
 southern US,
Potentially invasive,
NYIS: 60%[1],
Excluded
Arundinaria gigantea HC-1950.png
Nymap.svg
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Phyllostachys[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Bambusoideae — Arundinarieae — Phyllostachys
Phyllostachys Bamboo N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
 McClure

1945. Phyllostachys aureosulcata McClure
1980. P. aureosulcata f. spectabilis
Yellow-groove bamboo Introduced from
 China,
Potentially invasive,
NYIS: 71%[1]
PhyllostachysAureosulcata.jpg
Phyllostachys aureosulcata nymap.svg
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Carrière ex Rivière & C.Rivière

1878. Phyllostachys aurea Rivière & al.
Golden bamboo,
Fish-pole bamboo
Introduced from
 China, Taiwan,
Potentially invasive,
NYIS: 71%[1]
Phyllostachys aurea0.jpg
Phyllostachys aurea nymap.svg
NYFA-0
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Pseudosasa[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Bambusoideae — Arundinarieae — Pseudosasa
Pseudosasa Arrow bamboo N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
(McClure) Keng f. ex S.L.Chen et al.

1931. Arundinaria amabilis McClure
1957. Pseudosasa amabilis Keng f. nom. inval.
1996. Pseudosasa amabilis S.L.Chen et al.
Arrow bamboo,
Tea-stick bamboo,
Tonkin cane
Introduced from
 China,
Potentially invasive
Pseudosasa amabilis 110509 plot 2005.jpg
Pseudosasa amabilis nymap.svg
NYFA-0
USDA-00
ARS-GRIN
ITIS
Tropicos

Images, wsp
(Siebold & Zucc. ex Steud.) Makino ex Nakai

1854. Arundinaria japonica Siebold & al.
1912. Sasa japonica Makino
1920. Pseudosasa japonica Makino nom. inval.
1925. Pseudosasa japonica Nakai
Arrow bamboo Introduced from
 Japan, Korea,
Potentially invasive,
NYIS: 55%[1]
Pseudosasa japonica1.jpg
Pseudosasa japonica nymap.svg
NYFA-0
USDA-X0
Go Botany
ARS-GRIN
ITIS
Tropicos

Images, wsp

Poaceae 1
Flora of New York — Poaceae 2
Poaceae 3
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