Sporobolus compositus var. drummondii

(Trin.) Kartesz & Gandhi
Synonyms: Sporobolus asper var. pilosus Sporobolus asper var. drummondii
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 25. Treatment on page 122.

Plants not rhizomatous. Culms slender, 1-2(2.5) mm thick at the base. Uppermost sheaths 0.8-2.5 mm wide. Panicles with 16-36 spikelets per cm2 when pressed. Fruits 1.1-1.7 mm.


Kans., Okla., Miss., Tex., La., Mo., Ala., Iowa, Tenn., Ark., Ga., Ky.


Sporobolus compositus var. drummondii is most abundant in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Selected References


Lower Taxa

Paul M. Peterson +, Stephan L. Hatch +  and Alan S. Weakley +
(Trin.) Kartesz & Gandhi +
Kans. +, Okla. +, Miss. +, Tex. +, La. +, Mo. +, Ala. +, Iowa +, Tenn. +, Ark. +, Ga. +  and Ky. +
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