Bromus inermis Leyss., Fl. Halens. 16 1761. (Syn: Bromopsis inermis (Leyss.) Holub …….; Bromus erectus Ledeb. [Invalid] .; Bromus glabrescens Honda; Bromus inermis f. aristatus Drobow …………………………………….; Bromus inopinatus B.B.Brues & C.T.Brues; Bromus latifolius Kar. & Kir.; Bromus littoreus Georgi; Bromus pseudoinermis Schur [Invalid]; Bromus pskemensis Pavlov; Bromus purpurascens Turcz. ex Griseb. [Invalid]; Bromus reimannii (Asch. & Graebn.) Asch. & Graebn.; Bromus tatewakii Honda; Festuca inermis (Leyss.) DC. ..; Festuca leysseri Moench; Festuca poiformis Pers. [Illegitimate]; Festuca poioides Thuill.; Festuca rubra subsp. villosa (Mert. & W.D.J.Koch) S.L.Liou .; Festuca speciosa Schreb.; Forasaccus inermis (Leyss.) Lunell; Poa bromoides (Leyss.) Mérat; Schedonorus inermis (Leyss.) P.Beauv.; Schedonorus longifolius Trin. ex Steud. [Invalid]; Zerna inermis (Leyss.) Lindm. .);  
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Bromus inermis Leyss. from Srinagar, Kashmir: Bromus inermis Leyss., Fl. Hal. 16. 1761.

Syn: Festuca inermis (Leyss.) Lam. & DC.
Common names: Awnless brome, smooth brome, Russian bromegrass
Perennial grass distinct from other species of Bromus in its narrow, strict erect awnless spikelets.
Perennial grass with solitary or loosely tufted stems up to 1 m tall; leaves glabrous or sparsely hairy, up to 30 cm long, 4-7 mm broad; spikelets narrowly oblong, 15-25 mm long, 6-12 flowered, forming 10-20 cm long panicle with 3-5 branches at each node; glumes unequal, lower 4-6 mm long, upper 6-9 mm long; lemmas 8-12 mm long, 5-7 veined, awnless or barely with 3 mm long awn.
Photographed from Srinagar, Kashmir.


 
Bromus inermis Leyss., Fl. Hal. 16. 1761.
Syn: Festuca inermis (Leyss.) Lam. & DC.
Common names: Awnless brome, smooth brome, Russian bromegrass
Perennial grass distinct from other species of Bromus in its narrow, strict erect awnless spikelets.
Perennial grass with solitary or loosely tufted stems up to 1 m tall; leaves glabrous or sparsely hairy, up to 30 cm long, 4-7 mm broad; spikelets narrowly oblong, 15-25 mm long, 6-12 flowered, forming 10-20 cm long panicle with 3-5 branches at each node; glumes unequal, lower 4-6 mm long, upper 6-9 mm long; lemmas 8-12 mm long, 5-7 veined, awnless or barely with 3 mm long awn.
Photographed from Kashmir


 
 
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