Alopecurus pratensis L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

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Distribution
Alopecurus pratensis (rights holder:)

Reed Foxtail

General: Grass Family (Poaceae). Creeping foxtail is a large, long-lived, rhizomatous, sod-forming, perennial grass introduced from Eurasia. Culms are tall (5 to 12 dm) and stout (~8 mm). Cauline leaves are numerous, flat and green, mostly 6 to 8 mm (12), glabrous above and scabrous beneath. The membranous ligule is 1 to 5 mm long and is rounded to acute. The inflorescence is a spike-like, cylin... Text © USDA NRCS Idaho State Office

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Definition
Parent Taxon
Alopecurus
Global Pollen Project UUID
ab699fb9-2d59-440c-b8b8-15d1c8acc243
Botanical Reference
None available. You can check The Plant List for further information.
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