Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

  Bromus ciliatus L. image
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Family Poaceae
Bromus ciliatus L.
fringed brome
Bromus: from the Greek bromos, an ancient name for the oat
ciliatus: cilium for "small hairs;" Latin for "small hairs"
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Status: Native
Plant: perennial grass
Habitat: partial shade, woods

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Bromopsis ciliata (L.) Holub
Bromus ciliatus L. f. ciliatus
Bromus ciliatus L. f. denudatus Wiegand
Bromus ciliatus L. var. ciliatus
Bromus ciliatus L. var. denudatus (Wiegand) Fernald
Bromus ciliatus L. var. genuinus Fernald
Bromus ciliatus L. var. intonsus Fernald
Bromus dudleyi Fernald

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