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- Achnatherum is a genus of plants which includes several species of needlegr****. Several needlegr**** species have been switched between Achnatherum and...
- Retrieved December 2, 2009. Notes = Stipa hymenoides "PLANTS Profile for Achnatherum hymenoides". USDA, NRCS. Retrieved December 2, 2009. Syst. Veg., ed....
- Achnatherum calamagrostis, also termed Stipa calamagrostis, is a species of gr**** known by the common names spear gr****, needle gr****, and silver spike...
- Achnatherum robustum, commonly known as sleepy gr****, (synonyms Stipa robusta, also Stipa vaseyi subsp. robusta) is a perennial plant in the Poaceae or...
- zalesskii Wilensky Achnatherum aridum (as S. arida) Achnatherum calamagrostis (L.) P.Beauv. (as S. calamagrostis (L.) Wahlenb.) Achnatherum robustum (Vasey)...
- Achnatherum richardsonii is a species of gr**** known by the common names Richardson's needlegr****, spreading needlegr****, and Canada mountain-ricegr****...
- other compounds, and is also used as a solvent. It occurs naturally in Achnatherum robustum.[citation needed] First identified by Heintz, one standard laboratory...
- Achnatherum nelsonii is a species of gr**** known by the common names Columbia needlegr****, subalpine needlegr****, and western needlegr****. It is native...
- Stipa coronata, formerly cl****ified as Achnatherum coronatum, is a greenish species of gr**** known by the common name crested needlegr****, giant ricegr****...
- Achnatherum pinetorum is a species of gr**** known by the common names pinewoods needlegr**** and pine needlegr****. It is native to most of the western...
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