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Poaceae 2
Flora of New York — Poaceae 3
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Poales genus index

From A World-wide Phylogenetic Classification of Poaceae

Subfamily Pooideae[edit | edit source]

Subfam. Pooideae Benth. (1861) is a large group that contains the cool-season grasses. This includes barley, oats, rye, wheat, and others.

Tribe Brachyelytreae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Brachyelytreae Ohwi (1941) contains only the genus Brachyelytrum.[1]

Brachyelytrum[edit | edit source]

Brachyelytrum aristosum
The ranges of the two North American shorthusk species overlap in New York, and they grow closely together in some parts of the state, but not in mixed populations, nor have they been known to hybridize.[1]

According to the New York Flora Atlas, both shorthusk species grow in mesic hardwood forests. Northern shorthusk (B. aristosum) is found in cooler, more northern sites, while southern shorthusk (B. erectum) usually grows in warmer, more southern sites, and sometimes in dry-mesic or calcareous sites.

  • Brachyelytrum aristosum (northern shorthusk): Lemmas (0.7-) 0.8—1.2 (-1.4) mm wide, minutely scabrous, longest hairs (0.06-) 0.08—0.14 (-0.2) mm long, not evident at 10x; weakly veined, mid-veins similar in prominence to secondary veins; widest leaf blades (0.8-) 1.0—1.4 (-1.6) cm wide;
  • Brachyelytrum erectum (southern shorthusk): Lemmas (0.8-) 1.1—1.5 (-1.8) mm wide, hispid, longest hairs (0.2-) 0.4—0.8 (-0.9) mm long, easily seen under 10x magnification, conspicuously veined, mid-veins more prominent than the secondary veins; widest leaf blades (0.9-) 1.1—1.7 (-2.0) cm wide.[2]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Brachyelytreae[1]
Brachyelytrum Shorthusk N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Michx.) Trel.

1888. Brachyelytrum aristosum Trel.
1943. Brachyelytrum erectum
var. septentrionale Babel
1988. B. septentrionale G.C.Tucker
 auct. B. erectum var. glabratum
Northern short-husk,
Northern long-awned
  wood grass
Native,
Secure
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(Schreb.) P.Beauv.

1802. Muhlenbergia erecta Schreb.
1812. Brachyelytrum erectum P.Beauv.
1892. B. aristosum var. glabratum Vasey
1964. B. erectum var. glabratum
T. Koyama & Kawano
Bearded short-husk,
Southern long-awned
  wood grass
Native,
Secure
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  1. Brachyelytreae Ohwi, Bot. Mag. (Tokyo) 55: 361. 1941

Tribe Nardeae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Nardeae W.D.J. Koch. (1837) contains only the genus Nardus..[1]

Nardus[edit | edit source]

Nardus stricta
Nardus stricta (matgrass) is and Old-World grass that has been found in northern New York, New England, and eastern Canada. It is also present in Oregon and Idaho, where it is listed as a noxious weed.
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Nardeae — Nardus
Nardus Mat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Nardus stricta L.
1941. N. glabriculmis Sakalo
1976. N. stricta var. glabriculmis
Matgrass,
Mat grass,
Moor matgrass,
Doormat grass,
Strict matgrass,
Nard grass,
Wirebent
Nard raide,
Nard,
Poil-de-bouc,
Poil-de-chien
Introduced from
 Europe,
 temperate Asia,
 northern Africa,
Potentially invasive,
Naturalized weed
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Tribe Meliceae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Meliceae Link ex Endl. (1830) contains Glyceria, Lycochloa, Melica, Pleuropogon, Schizachne, and Triniochloa.[1]

Glyceria[edit | edit source]

Glyceria (manna grass or sweet grass) is treated here based on:

Glyceria sect. Hydropoa[edit | edit source]
Glyceria grandis
Glyceria sect. Hydropoa (Dumort.) Dumort includes a total of about five species, of which only American manna grass in known to grow in New York State. The Eurasian G. maxima is assessed as highly invasive for the region, but there have as yet been no vouchered reports in New York. However, there is concern that some of the specimens of G. grandis might in fact be G. maxima.

An observation of Glyceria maxima made by Paul Rutledge in Wyoming County 1994 is shown in iMapInvasives.[1]


Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Meliceae — Melicineae — Glyceria sect. Hydropoa
Glyceriasect. Hydropoa Manna grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 S.Watson
var. grandis

1890. Glyceria grandis S.Watson
1823. Poa aquatica var. americana
1892. Panicularia americana
(Torr.) MacMill.
1913. Panicularia grandis
(S. Watson) Nash
1921. G. grandis fo. grandis (i)
1934. G. grandis var. grandis (i)
1942. G. maxima ssp. grandis
1957. G. maxima var. grandis
1967. G. maxima var. americana
American manna grass
American mannagrass
American glyceria
Giant glyceria
Giant manna grass
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure,
S5, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Graminoid
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(Hartm.) Holb.

Reed meadowgrass
Reed mannagrass
Tall glyceria
English watergrass

Glycerie aquatique
Introduced from
 northern Eurasia,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 80%[1],
No NY reports,
NYFA Excluded
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Glyceria sect. Glyceria[edit | edit source]
Glyceria borealis

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Meliceae — Melicineae — Glyceria sect. Glyceria
Glyceriasect. Glyceria Manna grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Nash) Batchelder

    Panicularia borealis Nash
    G. borealis (Nash) Batchelder
    G. fluitans var. angustata
Northern manna grass,
Small floating manna grass
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure

OBL

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Hitchc. (1906)
var. septentrionalis

    Panicularia septentrionalis
Floating manna grass Native, CoC: 7,
Secure,
S5, G5

OBL

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 Torr.

    Panicularia acutiflora
Creeping mannagrass,
Sharp-glumed manna grass,
Sharp-flowered manna grass,
Sharp-scaled manna grass
Native, CoC: 9,
Secure,
S5, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Graminoid
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 (L.) R.Br.

    Festuca fluitans L.
    Panicularia fluitans
Water manna grass Introduced,
Naturalized,
SNA, GNR

OBL

Perennial,
Graminoid
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 Brébiss.

Small manna grass,
Waxy mannagrass
Introduced,
Impersistent,
Unk. naturalization
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Glyceriasect. Glyceria (excluded taxa) Manna grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Hitchc.
var. arkansana
(Fernald) Steyerm. & C. Kucera

    
    
    
Floating manna grass Native,
N.Y. excluded
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G. borealis × septentrionalis

    
    
    
Hybrid of
 northern manna grass &
 floating manna grass
Native,
N.Y. excluded
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Chevall.

1827. Glyceria notata Chevall.
1839. G. fluitans var. plicata
1845. G. plicata (Fr.) Fr.
Plicate sweet grass Introduced from
 Eruasia,
 northern Africa,
N.Y. excluded
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Glyceria sect. Striatae[edit | edit source]
Glyceria striata
fowl mannagrass

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Meliceae — Melicineae — Glyceria sect. Striatae
Glyceriasect. Striatae Manna grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Lam.) Hitchc.

1791. Poa striata Lam.
1797. Poa nervata Willd.
1830. Glyceria nervata (Willd.) Trin.
1891. Panicularia nervata (Willd.) Kuntze
1928. Glyceria striata (Lam.) Hitchc.
1929. Glyceria striata var. stricta
1933. Panicularia striata (Lam.) Hitchc.
1942. Glyceria striata ssp. stricta
Fowl manna grass,
Fowl mannagrass
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure
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(Michx.) F.T.Hubbard (1912)

Slender manna grass
Melic mannagrass
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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(Michx.) Trin.

    Panicularia canadensis
Rattlesnake mannagrass
Canada manna grass
Native, CoC: 8,
Secure
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 (Muhl.) Trin.

1817. Poa obtusa Muhl.
1830. Glyceria obtusa (Muhl.) Trin.
1891. Panicularia obtusa
(Muhl.) Kuntze
Atlantic mannagrass,
Blunt manna grass
Native, CoC: 10,
Vulnerable
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 (Scribn.) Scribn.

    G. canadensis var. laxa
    Glyceria × ottawensis
    Panicularia laxa Scribn.
Limp manna grass,
Northern manna grass
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered
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Glyceriasect. Striatae (excluded taxa) Manna grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Glyceria melicaria ×
Glyceria striata

    Glyceria × gatineauensis
    
    
Hybrid of
 slender manna grass &
 fowl manna grass
Native,
N.Y. excluded
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Glyceria canadensis ×
Glyceria striata

    Glyceria × ottawensis
    
    
Hybrid of
 slender manna grass &
 Canada manna grass
Native,
N.Y. excluded
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Melica[edit | edit source]

Melica altissima 'Atropurpurea'

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Meliceae — Melicineae — Melica
Melica (excluded taxa) Melic grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Siberian melicgrass Introduced,
N.Y. excluded,
Waif
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Schizachne[edit | edit source]

Schizachne purpurascens
False melic (Schizachne purpurascens)
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Meliceae — Schizachne
Schizachne False melic N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Torr.) Swallen

1823. Trisetum purpurascens Torr.
1803. Avena striata Michx. illeg. hom.
1906. Melica striata Hitchc.
1908. Melica purpurascens (Torr.) Hitchc.
1913. Avena torreyi Nash
1928. S. purpurascens (Torr.) Swallen
1936. S. striata (Hitchc.) Hultén
False melic,
False melic grass,
Purple oat
Native,
Secure
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Tribe Stipeae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Stipeae Dumort. (1824) contains Achnatherum, Aciachne, Amelichloa, Anatherostipa, Anemanthele, Austrostipa, Celtica, Eriocoma, Hesperostipa, Jarava, Lorenzochloa, Macrochloa, Nassella, Oloptum, Ortachne, Orthoraphium, Oryzopsis, Pappostipa, Patis, Piptochaetium, Piptatheropsis, Piptatherum, Psammochloa, Ptilagrostis, Stipa, Stipellula, Timouria, and Trikeraia.[1] Many of the New York grasses in the tribe Stipeae are referred to in general as rice grasses.

Oryzopsis[edit | edit source]

Oryzopsis asperifolia
The name Oryzopsis reflects a similarity to the genus Oryza (rice). Spreading whitegrass, roughleaf ricegrass, or white-grained mountain rice grass is common in shaded habitats of New York.
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Oryzopsis
Oryzopsis Rice grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Michx.

Spreading white grass
Roughleaf ricegrass
White-grained mountain-ricegrass
Native,
Secure
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Patis[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Patis
Patis Rice grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Sm.) Romasch.,
P.M.Peterson & R.J.Soreng

1813. Milium racemosum Sm.
1817. Oryzopsis melanocarpa Muhl.
1829. Piptatherum racemosum (Sm.) Eaton
1906. Oryzopsis racemosa
(Sm.) Ricker ex Hitchc.
2011. Patis racemosa (Sm.) Romasch.,
P.M.Peterson & R.J.Soreng
Black-fruited rice grass,
Blackseed ricegrass,
Black-fruited mountain-ricegrass
Native,
Secure
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Piptatheropsis[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Piptatheropsis
Piptatheropsis
Romasch., P.M.Peterson & Soreng
Rice grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Torr.) Romasch., P.M.Peterson &
R.J.Soreng

1821. Milium pungens Torr. ex Spreng.
1908. Oryzopsis pungens
(Torr. ex Spreng.) Hitchc.
2001. Piptatherum pungens
(Torr. ex Spreng.) Dorn
2011. Piptatheropsis pungens
(Torr. ex Spreng.) Romasch.,
P.M.Peterson & R.J.Soreng
Mountain ricegrass,
Short-awned mountain-rice grass
Native,
Likely secure
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(Poir.) Romasch., P.M.Peterson &
R.J.Soreng

1806. Stipa canadensis Poir.
1835. Urachne canadensis (Poir.) Torr.
1843. Oryzopsis canadensis (Poir.) Torr.
1888. Oryzopsis juncea
Britton, Sterns & Poggenb. illeg.
2001. Piptatherum canadense (Poir.) Dorn
2011. Piptatheropsis canadensis (Poir.)
Romasch., P.M.Peterson & R.J.Soreng
Canada ricegrass,
Canada mountain-ricegrass
Native,
Endangered
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Piptochaetium[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Piptochaetium
Piptochaetium Spear grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) Parodi (1944)

Stipa avenacea L
Black-seeded spear grass
Blackseed speargrass
Native,
Vulnerable
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Hesperostipa[edit | edit source]

Hesperostipa comata
Needle-and-thread grass is native to western North America and has not been found to naturalize in New York State. It was collected from Cobb's Hill Reservoir in Rochester 1914 but has not persisted there.
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Hesperostipa
Hesperostipa Needle and thread N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Trin. & Rupr.) Barkworth

1842. Stipa comata Trin. & Rupr.
1993. Hesperostipa comata
(Trin. & Rupr.) Barkworth
Needle-and-thread
Needle-and-thread grass
Needlegrass
Speargrass
Introduced,
N. America native,
Likely extirpated
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Nassella[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Stipeae — Stipinae — Nassella
Nassella Tussock grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Trin.) Barkworth

Stipa viridula Trin.
Green needlegrass Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
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Tribe Diarrheneae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Diarrheneae C.S. Campb. (1985) contains Diarrhena and Neomolinia.[1]

Diarrhena[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Diarrheneae[1]Diarrhena
Diarrhena Beak grain N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Gleason) Brandenburg (1991)

Diarrhena americana var. obovata
Western beakgrain
Beak grass
Obovate beakgrain
Native,
Endangered
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  1. Diarrheneae Tateoka ex C.S. Campb., J. Arnold Arbor. 66: 188. 8 Apr 1985

Tribe Brachypodieae[edit | edit source]

Tribe Brachypodieae Harz (1880) consists of the single genus Brachypodium (syn. Trachynia),[1] which has no known species that are native to the western hemisphere.

Brachypodium[edit | edit source]

Brachypodium sylvaticum
Brachypodium, commonly known as false brome contains the invasive slender false brome (B. sylvaticum), which has a number of dense populations in New York and according to iMapInvasives is present in at least 11 counties.[1]

Purple false brome (B. distachyon) has not been reported in New York, but in listed in iMap as Highly invasive with an NYS Tier of 1b, as it is present in New Jersey.

Heath false brome (B. pinnatum) has not been reported in New York, but may be of concern because it has been reported in western Massachusetts.


Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Brachypodieae[1]Brachypodium
BrachypodiumP.Beauv. False brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Huds.) P.Beauv.
ssp. sylvaticum

1762. Festuca sylvatica Huds.
1776. Bromus sylvaticus Moench
1777. Triticum sylvaticum Pollich
1812. Bra. sylvaticum P.Beauv.
1827. Agropyron sylvaticum Chevall.
Slender false brome

Brachypode des bois,
Brachypode des forêts
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Very highly invasive,
NYIS: 87%[2],
Prohibited[3],
NYS Tier 3,
SNA, GNR
Brachypodium sylvaticum iNat-48309306.jpg
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Brachypodium (excluded taxa) False brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) P. Beauv.

    Brachypodium distachyon
Purple false brome
Stiff brome

Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Highly invasive,
NYS Tier 1b
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(L.) P.Beauv.

1753. Bromus pinnatus L.
1812. Bra. pinnatum P.Beauv.
Heath false brome,
Chalk false brome,
Japanese false bromegrass
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
No NY reports
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Tribe Bromeae[edit | edit source]

Bromus[edit | edit source]

The genus Bromus is here divided by sections according to the treatment by Leon E. Pavlick and Laurel K. Anderton.

Bromus sect. Bromus[edit | edit source]

Catalogue of New World Grasses

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Bromussect. Bromus Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

    Forasaccus arvensis (L.) Bubani
    Serrafalcus arvensis (L.) Godr.
    B. erectus var. arvensis (L.) Huds.
    B. anatolicus Boiss. & Heldr.
Field brome Introduced

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    B. brizaeformis (i)
{Rattlesnake brome,
Rattlesnake chess
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
Impersistent

Annual,
Graminoid
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 Schrad. 1806

    B. racemosus ssp. commutatus
    B. commutatus var. apricorum
    B. hordaceus var. commutatus
Hairy brome,
Hairy chess,
Meadow brome
Introduced,
Weed

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 L.
ssp. hordeaceus

    Bromus mollis L.
Soft brome,
Soft chess
Introduced

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 L.
ssp. pseudothominei
(P.M.Sm.) H.Scholz

Lesser soft brome Introduced

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 L.
ssp. thominei
(Hardouin) Braun-Blanq.

1833. Bromus thominei Hardouin
1907. B. hordeaceus var. thominei
1923. B. hordeaceus ssp. thominei
Sand soft brome
Brome des dunes,
Brome des
  Thomine-Desmazures
Introduced,
No specimens
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Thunb. ex Murray 1784

    B. arvensis var. japonicus
    B. japonicus var. porrectus
    B. patulus Mert. & W.D.J.Koch
Japanese brome,
Japanese chess,
Japanese bromegrass,
Thunberg's brome
Introduced,
Weed
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Mediterranean brome Introduced Flora Atlantica, sive, Historia plantarum quae in Atlante, agro Tunetano et Algeriensi crescunt (Plate 19) (7455940316).jpg
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Slender soft brome Introduced
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 L.

    B. arvensis var. racemosus
    B. hordeaceus var. racemosus
    B. squarrosus var. racemosus
Bald brome,
Smooth brome,
Spiked brome-grass
Introduced,
Naturalized

Annual,
Graminoid
Bromus.racemosus2.-.lindsey.jpg
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Broom brome Introduced Bromus scoparius NRCS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Rye brome Introduced Bromus secalinus0.jpg
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var. squarrosus

Corn brome Introduced Bromus squarrosus NRCS-1.jpg
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Bromus sect. Bromopsis[edit | edit source]
Bromus ciliatus
Bromus sect. Bromopsis Dumort has also gone by the name Bromus sect. Pnigma Dumort.

Bromus inermis (smooth brome) is listed as a Tier-4 invasive plant in the Finger Lakes PRISM, though it hasn't been assessed at the state level.


Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Bromeae — Bromus sect. Bromopsis
Bromussect. Bromopsis Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Fringed brome Native,
Secure
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(Shear) Hitchc.

Bromus altissimus Pursh
Canada brome,
Earlyleaf brome
Native,
Secure
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Hairy wood brome grass,
Hairy woodland brome
Native,
Secure
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Arctic brome,
Kalm's brome,
Wild chess
Native,
Likely secure
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Satin brome,
Virginia brome
Native, CoC: 7,
Very vulnerable,
S1-2, G4-5

FACU

Perennial,
Graminoid
Bromus nottowayanus iNat-140213370.jpg
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Tompkins (1914-2004),
Washington (1913-15)
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Leyss.

    Bromus inermis Leyss.
    Bromus inermis ssp. aristatus
    Bromus inermis ssp. divaricatus
    Bromus inermis ssp. villosus
    Bromopsis inermis (Leyss.) Holub
Smooth brome Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive,
FL Tier 4[1],
CP-W,[2] NE-M[3],
ISSG-GISD[4],
SNA, G5

UPL

Perennial,
Graminoid
Bromus inermis (5143700263).jpg
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Bromussect. Bromopsis (excluded taxa) Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

    
    
    
Hairy brome Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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Bromus sect. Ceratochloa[edit | edit source]
Bromus carinatus
Bromus sect. Ceratochloa is native to North and South America, and contains about 25 species, including: B. aleutensis, B. arizonicus, B. carinatus, B. maritimus, B. polyanthus, and B. sitchensis.[1]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Bromeae — Bromus sect. Ceratochloa
Bromussect. Ceratochloa Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Hook. & Arn.
var. carinatus

1816. Bromus pendulinus Sessé ex Lag.
1840. Bromus carinatus Hook. & Arn.
1874. Bromus hookerianus Thurb.
1896. Bromus laciniatus Beal
California brome Introduced from
 western North America,
N. America native,
Not naturalized
Bromuscarinatus.jpg
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Bronx (2017)
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Bromussect. Ceratochloa (excluded taxa) Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
var. marginatus

Large mountain brome Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
Bromus carinatus (B. marginatus) (6244111914).jpg
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excluded
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var. catharticus

Rescuegrass Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
Starr 080418-4233 Bromus catharticus.jpg
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excluded
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Bromus sect. Genea[edit | edit source]
Bromus tectorum
Bromus sect. Genea Dumort. in New York State consists primarily of the moderately invasive Bromus tectorum (cheat grass, downy brome, or downy chess). Other species of this section also present in the state are Bromus diandrus (ripgut brome), B. rubens (red brome), and B. sterilis (poverty brome). All grasses in this section are native to Europe and northern Africa[1]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Bromeae — Bromus sect. Genea
Bromussect. Genea Brome N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
L.

    Bromus tectorum L.
    Bromus tectorum var. glabratus
Cheatgrass
Downy brome
Downy chess

Introduced from
 Europe,
 northern Africa,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 50%[1],
ISSG-GISD[2],
SNA, GNR

Annual,
Graminoid
20170613Bromus tectorum1.jpg
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Barren brome
Poverty brome
Introduced from
 Europe,
 northern Africa

Annual,
Graminoid
Bromus sterilis sl3.jpg
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NYFA: 11 counties
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Ripgut brome Introduced from
 Europe,
 northern Africa,
Unknown naturalization,
SNA

Annual,
Graminoid
Anisantha diandra flower (10).jpg
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Suffolk (1946)
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Foxtail brome
Foxtail chess
Red brome
Introduced from
 Europe,
 northern Africa,
Not naturalized,
Impersistent,
SNA

UPL

Annual,
Graminoid
Bromus rubens M 1.jpg
Bromus rubens NY-dist-map.png
Tompkins (1932)
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  1. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentBromus tectorum: Moderately invasive (50). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.
  2. The invasive grass Bromus tectorum is troublesome to farmers and many ecosystems. It usually thrives in disturbed areas preventing natives from returning to the area. Disturbance such as overgrazing, cultivation, and frequent fires encourage invasion. Once established the natives cannot compete and the whole ecosystem is altered. Global Invasive Species Database (2021) Species profile: Bromus tectorum. Downloaded from http://www.iucngisd.org/gisd/speciesname/Bromus+tectorum on 19-06-2021.

Tribe Triticeae[edit | edit source]


Subtribe Hordeinae[edit | edit source]

Subribe Hordeinae Dumort. (1829) contains Agropyron, Anthosachne, Australopyrum, Connorochloa, Crithopsis, Douglasdewya, Elymus, Eremopyrum, Festucopsis, Henrardia, Heteranthelium, Hordelymus, Hordeum, Kengyilia, Leymus, Pascopyrum, Peridictyon, Psathyrostachys, Pseudoroegneria, Secale, Stenostachys, and Taeniatherum.[1] Genera in bold text have been found in New York.
Agropyron[edit | edit source]

Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Agropyron
Agropyron Wheat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Gaertn.

    A. cristatiforme
    A. desertorum
    A. cristatum ssp. pectinatum
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Elymus[edit | edit source]
Elymus virginicus/hystrix complex[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Elymus
ElymusL. Wild rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
var. virginicus

1753. Elymus virginicus L.
1797. E. striatus Willd.
1898. E. hirsutiglumis Scribn.
1908. E. virginicus var. hirsutiglumis
1909. E. jejunus (Ramaley) Rydb.
1926. E. virginicus var. jejunus
1933. E. virginicus var. typicus (i)
Virginia wildrye,
Virginia wild rye,
Common eastern wildrye,
Terrell grass
Élyme de Virginie
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus virginicus (21017431585).jpg
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 L.
var. halophilus
(E.P. Bicknell) Wiegand

1908. E. halophilus E.P.Bicknell
1918. E. virginicus var. halophilus
1932. Terrellia halophila
(E.P. Bicknell) Nevski
1933. E. virginicus fo. lasiolepis
Saltmarsh wildrye,
Terrell grass
Élyme halophile
Native, CoC: 8,
Vulnerable

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus virginicus var halophilus NRCS-1.jpg
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 L.
var. intermedius
(Vasey ex S.Watson & J.M.Coult.) Bush

1890. E. canadensis var. intermedius
1926. E. virginicus var. intermedius
    
    
Hairy Virginia wild-rye,
Intermediate wildrye
Élyme intermédiaire
Native, CoC: 6,
Unranked

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Graminoid
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 L.
var. jejunus (Ramaley) Bush

1909. Elymus jejunus (Ramaley) Rydb.
1926. E. virginicus var. jejunus Bush
    
Exserted Virginia wild-rye,
Western wildrye
Élyme maigre
Native, CoC: 6,
Unranked

Perennial,
Graminoid
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 L.
var. hystrix

1753. Elymus hystrix L.
1794. Hystrix patula Moench
1819. Asperella echidnea Raf. (i)
1892. Hystrix hystrix (L.) Millsp. (i)
Eastern bottle-brush grass
Élyme
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid,
Part shade
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 L.
var. bigelovianus
(Fernald) Bowden

1922. Asperella hystrix var. bigeloviana
1929. Hystrix patula var. bigeloviana
1964. E. hystrix var. bigeloviana
1972. E. hystrix var. bigelovianus (i)
Bigelow’s bottlebrush grass
Eastern bottlebrush grass

Élyme étalé,
Hystrix étalé,
Gymnostique hérisson
Native, CoC: 5,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Hystrix patula.jpg
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 G.C.Tucker

Elymus hystrix ×
Elymus virginicus var. virginicus

    
    
    
Ebinger's wild-rye
Élyme
Native,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Ny hybrid.svg
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 (Vasey ex
L.H.Dewey) Scribn. & C.R.Ball

1894. E. canadensis var. glabriflorus
1896. E. virginicus var. glaucus
1901. E. glabriflorus (Vasey ex
L.H.Dewey) Scribn. & C.R.Ball
1918. E. australis var. glabriflorus
1926. E. virginicus var. glabriflorus
Hairy southeastern wildrye,
Southeastern wildrye
Élyme
Native, CoC: 10,
Unranked

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus glabriflorus (as E. australis) HC-1900.png
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R.Brooks & J.J.N.Campb.

2000. Elymus macgregorii
R.Brooks & J.J.N.Campb.
 auct. E. striatus (i)
 auct. E. virginicus (i)
 auct. E. glabriflorus (i)
Early wildrye,
MacGregor's wild rye,
Wheatgrass
Élyme de MacGregor
Native, CoC: 6,
Endangered,
Note[1]

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Graminoid
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  1. University of Michigan Herbarium: Elymus macgregorii is a "recently described species formerly included with E. virginicus".
Elymus canadensis complex[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Elymus
ElymusL. Wild rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
var. canadensis

1753. Elymus canadensis L. p.p.
1759. E. philadelphicus L. p.p.
1809. E. glaucifolius Willd.
1824. E. canadensis var. glaucifolius
    
    
Canada wildrye,
Great Plains wildrye,
Nodding wildrye
Èlyme du Canada
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus canadensis NRCS-1.jpg
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 Wiegand

1895. E. salina M.E. Jones
1918. E. riparius Wiegand
1967. E. canadensis var. riparius
River wild-rye,
Riverbank wildrye,
Eastern riverbank wildrye
Élyme des rivages
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus riparius NRCS-1.jpg
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 (Link) Gould
ssp. glaucus
(Pease & A.H.Moore) Cody

1910. Agropyron caninum fo. glaucum
1932. A. trachycaulum var. glaucum
1994. Elymus trachycaulus ssp. glaucus
Slender wheatgrass
Élyme
Native, CoC: 8,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus trachycaulus.jpg
Nymap.svg
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(Link) Gould ex Shinners
ssp. trachycaulus

1900. Agropyron novae-angliae Scribn.
1947. E. pauciflorus (Schwein.) Gould
non Lam. 1791
1954. E. trachycaulus
(Link) Gould ex Shinners p.p.
1977. E. novae-angliae (Scribn.) Tzvelev
Slender wheatgrass
Élyme
Native, CoC: 8,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus trachycaulus (3821791717).jpg
Nymap.svg
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 Muhl. ex Willd.
var. villosus

1809. E. villosus Muhl. ex Willd.
1854. E. propinquus Fresen. ex Steud.
1954. E. canadensis var. villosus (i)
Downy wild-rye,
Hairy wildrye
Élyme
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus villosus NPS-1.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 Muhl. ex Willd.
var. arkansanus
(Scribn. & C.R.Ball) J.J.N.Campb.

1901. Elymus arkansanus
Scribn. & C.R. Ball
1906. E. striatus var. arkansanus
1995. E. villosus var. arkansanus
Arkansas wild-rye,
Hairy wildrye
Élyme
Native, CoC: 10,
Unranked

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus villosus var arkansanus (as E. arkansanus) LS-1901.png
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 Fernald

1933. Elymus wiegandii Fernald
1980. E. canadensis ssp. wiegandii
1964. E. canadensis var. wiegandii
Wiegand's wild rye,
Wiegand's wildrye,
Northern riverbank wild rye
Élyme de Wiegand
Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure

FAC

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Graminoid
Elymus canadensis (3738626381).jpg
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 (L.) Gould

    Agropyron repens
    Elytrigia repens
Quack grass,
Couch grass,
Quick grass,
Quitch
Élyme
Introduced,
Widespread weed,
NISIC

Perennial,
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Kweek Elytrigia repens.jpg
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Elymus excluded taxa[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Elymus
ElymusL. (excluded taxa) Wild rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Elymus riparius ×
Elymus villosus

    
    
    
Hybrid of
 river wild-rye &
 hairy wild-rye
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Ny hybrid.svg
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L.
var. robustus
(Scribn. & J.G.Sm.) Mack. & Bush

1897. Elymus robustus Scribn. & J.G.Sm.
1902. E. canadensis var. robustus
1926. E. glaucifolius var. robustus
1927. E. philadelphicus var. robustus
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
2015.07.09 15.19.55 IMG 2966 - Flickr - andrey zharkikh.jpg
Nymap.svg
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(Hornem.) Feilberg

1832. Triticum violaceum Hornem.
1880. Agropyron violaceum
(Hornem.) Lange
1984. E. violaceus (Hornem.) Feilberg
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Nymap.svg
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(L.) L.

1753. Triticum caninum L.
1755. E. caninus (L.) L.
1934. Roegneria canina (L.) Nevski
    
Bearded couch,
Bearded wheatgrass,
Fibrous wheatgrass
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Elymus caninus1.JPG
Nymap.svg
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 Buckley
ssp. glaucus

1862. E. glaucus Buckley
1881. E. glaucus var. glaucus
1901. E. glaucus var. jepsonii
1947. E. glaucus ssp. jepsonii
1902. E. parishii Burtt Davy & Merr.
Blue wild-rye,
Common western wild-rye,
Smooth wild-rye
Élyme glauque
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded,
Note[1]

Perennial,
Graminoid
Elymus glaucus (3811873742).jpg
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Piper

1840. E. virginicus var. submuticus
1903. E. curvatus Piper
    
Awnless wild-rye N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
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  1. New York Flora Atlas: Elymus glaucus ssp. glaucus was collected as an introduced waif from Highland Park, Rochester in 1912. An assumed native population was discovered in the Shawangunks in Sullivan County in 2006.
Eremopyrum[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Eremopyrum
Eremopyrum False wheatgrass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

1827. Agropyron squarrosum Link
1851. Eremopyrum squarrosum
(Roth) Jaub. & Spach
1894. A. bonaepartis
(Spreng.) T. Durand & Schinz
1933. E. bonaepartis (Spreng.) Nevski
Taper-tipped wheatgrass
Tapertip false wheatgrass
Introduced from
 Asia,
 northern Africa,
Impersistent,
Not naturalized
Eremopyrum bonaepartis E00365918.png
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Oriental false wheatgrass Introduced Eremopyrum orientale NRCS-1.jpg
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Annual wheatgrass Introduced Eremopyrum triticeum (6180953949).jpg
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Hordeum[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Hordeum
Hordeum Barley N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
ssp. jubatum

Critesion jubatum
Foxtail barley Introduced,
N. America native,
Naturalized
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 Nutt.

Little barley Introduced,
N. America native,
Impersistent
Hordeum pusillum NRCS-1.jpg
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Common barley Introduced Hordeum vulgare ear, wintergerst aar (1).jpg
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 L.
ssp. leporinum

Hare barley,
Leporinum barley
Introduced 20160810Hordeum murinum2.jpg
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Huds.
ssp. gussoneanum (Parl.) Thell.

    Hordeum hystrix Roth
Mediterranean barley

Introduced,
Not naturalized
Hordeum marinum IMG 5841.jpg
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Hordeum (excluded taxa) Barley N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
ssp. brachyantherum

Meadow barley N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Hordeum brachyantherum (6134788492).jpg
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Leymus[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Leymus
LeymusHochst. Wild rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Hochst.

    
    
    
Wild rye Introduced,
Impersistent
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LeymusHochst. (excluded taxa) Wild rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

    
    
    
American dune grass N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Leymusmollis.jpg
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Pascopyrum[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Pascopyrum
Pascopyrum Wheat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Barkworth & D.R.Dewey (1985)

Western wheatgrass Introduced,
N. America native,
Imperisistent
Pascopyrum smithii NRCS-2.jpg
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Secale[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Secale
Secale Rye N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L. (1753)

Cereal rye,
Seigle cultivé
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Taeniatherum[edit | edit source]
Taeniatherum caput-medusae
Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) is a winter annual grass, native to Eurasia, that has infested western grasslands.[1] It is not known to naturalize in New York State but was collected in Westchester County in 1898.
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Hordeinae — Taeniatherum
Taeniatherum Taeniatherum N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(L.) Nevski
ssp. caput-medusae

    Elymus caput-medusae L.
auct.. Taeniatherum asperumnon Nevski
    T. crinitum var. caput-medusae
Medusahead,
Rye-weed,
Medusahead rye
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive,
Not naturalized,
SNA

Winter annual,
Graminoid
2015.06.05 13.54.02 IMG 2593 - Flickr - andrey zharkikh.jpg
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Subtribe Triticinae[edit | edit source]

Aegilops[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Triticinae — Aegilops
Aegilops Goat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Boiss.

    
    
    
Persian goatgrass Introduced,
Waif
Aegilops crassa NRCS-1.png
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 Host

    A. cylindrica var. rubiginosa
 auct. A. tauschiinon Coss.
    Cylindropyrum cylindricum
    Triticum cylindricum
Jointed goatgrass,
Jointgrass
Introduced Aegilops cylindrica ARS-1.png
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Ovate goatgrass Introduced,
Impersistent
Aegilops geniculata Enfoque 2010-5-08 DehesaBoyaldePuertollano.jpg
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 Coss.

    
1850. Aegilops tauschii Coss.
    
Tausch's goatgrass,
Rough-spiked hardgrass
Introduced,
Impersistent
Aegilops tauschii ARS-2.jpg
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Barbed goatgrass Introduced,
Impersistent
Aegilops triuncialis HC-1950-d.png
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Triticum[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Triticinae — Triticum
Triticum Wheat N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Cultivated wheat Introduced Blé tendre (GRAPELLI) AO-5-cliche Jean Weber (4) (24000541431).jpg
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Triticum (excluded taxa) Wheat N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L. (1753)

T. dicoccum Schrank
Pouland wheat,
Rivet wheat
Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
Triticum turgidum (as T. dicoccum) HC-1922.png
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Thinopyrum[edit | edit source]
Poales — Poaceae — Pooideae — Triticeae — Triticinae — Thinopyrum
Thinopyrum Wheat grass N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Host) Barkworth & D.R.Dewey (1985)
ssp. barbulatum

Intermediate wheatgrass Introduced,
Impersistent
Dwarf and Wild Thinopyrum intermedium.JPG
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