Muhlenbergia andina

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Muhlenbergia andina
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Clasificación científica
Reino: Plantae
(sin clasif.): Monocots
(sin clasif.): Commelinids
Orden: Poales
Familia: Poaceae
Género: Muhlenbergia
Especie: M. andina
(Nutt.) Hitchc.
Sinonimia

Muhlenbergia comata

Muhlenbergia andina es una especie de la familia Poaceae conocida por el nombre común de foxtail muhly.

hábitat[editar]

Es nativa del oeste de Norteamérica desde British Columbia a California y Texas, donde se le puede encontrar en hábitat de humedales tal como prados húmedos, pantanos y bancos de ríos.

Descripción[editar]

Es una hierba perenne rizomatosa que alcanza una talla de 25 a 85 centímetros.

La inflorescencia es un racimo denso de ramas apegadas, verticales que llevan las espiguillas pequeñas, con pilosidades sedosas.

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