Phalaris/other grass types ID thread Options
#301 Posted : 5/22/2020 8:14:55 PM

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Hey, ChimpZ - you look like you really know your grasses in general. What would you recommend as a field guide or other resource for grass ID?
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#302 Posted : 6/2/2020 2:40:10 PM

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I'm finding a lot of this species of grass on my hikes in the local area. It does remind me of Phalaris arundinacea.

Can anyone please ID this species ?

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#303 Posted : 6/3/2020 10:27:08 PM

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Arundinacea is one species which I am not confident in identifying yet. I would vote no but Chimp z would know better.
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