Wild Florida Photo - Eriochloa michauxii

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Eriochloa michauxii



Florida native


Eriochloa michauxii is a frequent grass of wet hammocks and flatwoods, riverbanks, fresh water and brackish marshes throughout much of Florida except for the western panhandle. The range of this species extends into Alabama, Georgia & South Carolina.
This grass species was discovered by André Michaux in 1788 south of St. Augustine near Matanzas Inlet.

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Eriochloa michauxii is a member of the Poaceae - Grass family.