Definition of Kangaroo grass. Meaning of Kangaroo grass. Synonyms of Kangaroo grass

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Definition of Kangaroo grass

Kangaroo grass
Kangaroo apple (Bot.), the edible fruit of the Tasmanian plant Solanum aviculare. Kangaroo grass (Bot.), a perennial Australian forage grass (Anthistiria australis). Kangaroo hare (Zo["o]l.), the jerboa kangaroo. See under Jerboa. Kangaroo mouse. (Zo["o]l.) See Jumping mouse, under Jumping. Kangaroo rat (Zo["o]l.), the potoroo.

Meaning of Kangaroo grass from wikipedia

- this family, the red kangaroo, as well as the antilopine kangaroo, eastern grey kangaroo, and western grey kangaroo. Kangaroos are indigenous to Australia...
- Africa and South Africa it is known as red gr**** and red oat gr**** or as rooigras in Afrikaans. Kangaroo gr**** was formerly thought to be one of two species...
- bluegr**** Setaria sphacelataAfrican bristlegr**** Themeda triandrakangaroo gr**** Thinopyrum intermediumintermediate wheatgr**** Herbaceous legume forages...
- times, kangaroos search for green plants by staying on open gr****land and near watercourses. While gr****es and forbs are preferred, red kangaroos will also...
- [citation needed] One of the traditional ingredients was the seeds of kangaroo gr****. Seeds varied depending on the time of year and the area in Australia...
- of mesquite, creosote bush, purslane, ocotillo and grama gr**** in their ch**** pouches. Kangaroo rats will store extra seeds in seed caches. This caching...
- Tussock gr****es or bunch gr****es are a group of gr**** species in the family Poaceae. They usually grow as singular plants in clumps, tufts, hummocks,...
- The name arises from the extraordinary richness of the locality with kangaroo gr**** before it was settled. It is a descriptive term, apparently coined by...
- woollybutt gr**** Pani**** species, such as native millet (Pani**** decompositum) and hairy panic (P. effusum) Themeda triandrakangaroo gr**** Yakirra australiensis...
- and rainfall also favoured growth of native gr****es in the rolling plains. Animal species such as kangaroos, dingoes, tiger, bandicoots, gliders and platypuses...