Bromus catharticus Vahl, Symb. Bot. 2: 22 1791. (Syn: Bromus angustatus Pilg.; Bromus bolivianus Renvoize; Bromus bolivianus Hack. ex Buchtien; Bromus breviaristatus (Hook.) Thurb. [Illegitimate]; Bromus brongniartii Kunth; Bromus catharticus subsp. striatus (Hitchc.) Pinto; Bromus haenkeanus (J.Presl) Kunth; Bromus mathewsii Steud.; Bromus mucronatus Willd. ex Steud. [Invalid]; Bromus oregonus Nutt. ex Hook. f.; Bromus preslii Kunth; Bromus schraderi Kunth [Illegitimate]; Bromus schraderi var. lasiophyllus Goiran .; Bromus strictus Brongn. [Illegitimate]; Bromus unioloides Kunth; Bromus unioloides (Willd.) Kunth ex Raspail [Illegitimate] ……………….; Bromus willdenowii Kunth ……; ………..);
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Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae Week ::Poaceae: Bromus sp. from Chakrata-NS 07: Attachments (2). 3 posts by 2 authors.
This one was shot from Chakrata area in 2011, I hope this is Bromus sp. I have only these pics, no leaf pictures were taken..please id..
Bromus catharticus (B. unioloides)
Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae Week :: Poaceae » Bromus catharticus from ooty :: MK02 : Attachments (7). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Bromus unioloides = B.catharticus
Bromus catharticus could be considered.
*Bromus* for sure but cant say about species. Might be *catharticus *as Sir said.* *
even i guess Bromus catharticus
Bromus catharticus Vahl from Kashmir:
Common names: Prairrie grass, rescue grass
Tall american grass widely naturalised
in many parts of the world, easily differentiated from other species by taller habit, larger spikelets with strongly compressed and keeled lemmas.
Erect or ascending up to 1.10 cm tall with lager leaves reaching 25 cm in length and up to 9 mm in breadth; panicles up to 45 cm long, spreading; spikelets 5-12 flowered, 2-4 cm long, strongly laterally compressed with lemmas overlapping; glames 10-16 mm long, lemmas up to 20 mm long, compressed and sharply keeled, margin hyaline, 10-112 nerved, nerves scabrous, 2-toothed.
Bromus catharticus: 3 high res. images.
Location: Kukgam, Kashmir
Any image showing a complete plant?
2 high res. images.
I’d request for this Poa species of grass: 2 high res. images.
Location: Kulgam, Kashmir
Any image showing complete plant?
1 high res. image.
Your last image is again different of Poa pratensis and Lolium, original two images seem Bromus catharticus