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Key to Trisetum

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(For a list of species in Trisetum, use the above link.)

Jepson Manual glossary definitions can be seen by moving your cursor over words underlined with dots.

1. Lemma  0(2) mm ..... T. wolfii

1' Lemma awn 4–12 mm

2. Inflorescence generally panicle-like, ± dense to open generally > 7 mm; ovary hairy at tip

3. Florets generally to base of  branches; lower inflorescence branches  to ; lower  3–5 mm ..... T. canescens

3' Florets only at tips of panicle branches; lower inflorescence branches generally ; lower glume < 3 mm ..... T. cernuum

2' Inflorescence generally spike-like, dense; awns generally <= 7 mm; ovary glabrous at tip

4. Panicle 8–23 cm, interruptedleaves densely soft-hairy; upper glumes 5.5–7 mm ..... T. projectum

4' Panicle 2.5–7(10) cm, not interrupted; leaves glabrous or densely soft-hairy; upper glumes 4–5 mm ..... T. spicatum

 

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