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Family

Poaceae

Grass


Panicum abscissum
Cutthroatgrass
entire in habitat

Members of the Poaceae family at Wild Florida Photo:
Andropogon - bluestem

1 species of Andropogon at Wild Florida Photo

Andropogon ternarius
Splitbeard bluestem
side view showing culm, leaves and flowering heads

Arundo - giant reed

1 species of Arundo at Wild Florida Photo

Arundo donax
Giant reed
medium shot of leaf blades and inflorescence spike

Cenchrus - sandbur

1 species of Cenchrus at Wild Florida Photo

Cenchrus incertus
Coastal sandbur
close-up of seeds

Chasmanthium - woodoats

1 species of Chasmanthium at Wild Florida Photo

Chasmanthium latifolium
Indian woodoats
entire

Ctenium - toothache grass

1 species of Ctenium at Wild Florida Photo

Ctenium aromaticum
Toothachegrass
side view of curled inflorescence

Eriochloa - cupgrass

1 species of Eriochloa at Wild Florida Photo

Eriochloa michauxii
Michaux's cupgrass
inflorescnce

Imperata - satintail

1 species of Imperata at Wild Florida Photo

Imperata cylindrica
Cogongrass
inflorescence

Panicum - panicgrass

2 species of Panicum at Wild Florida Photo

Panicum virgatum
Switchgrass
entire

Paspalum  - crowngrass

1 species of Paspalum at Wild Florida Photo

Paspalum  repens
Water paspalum
culm, leaves and spikelet

Piptochaetium - speargrass

1 species of Piptochaetium at Wild Florida Photo

Piptochaetium avenacioides
Florida needlegrass
base of culms and leaves

Spartina - cordgrass

1 species of Spartina at Wild Florida Photo

Spartina alterniflora
Saltmarsh cordgrass
entire

Sporobolus - dropseed

1 species of Sporobolus at Wild Florida Photo

Sporobolus virginicus
Seashore dropseed
entire

Tripsacum - gamagrass

1 species of Tripsacum at Wild Florida Photo

Tripsacum floridanum
Florida mock gamagrass
entire

Uniola - seaoats

1 species of Uniola at Wild Florida Photo

Uniola paniculata
Seaoats
plant on beach with stalk of seaoats

Click on the genus name to see the species of that genus at Wild Florida Photo

Poaceae is a member of the Order Cyperales 

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