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Icones et descriptiones Graminum austriacorum  Volume 3 of 4

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  Name as PrintedCurrent NameCommon Name  
    
  1. Agrostis alpina Scop.View illustration 
  2. Agrostis interrupta L. Apera interruptadense silkybent, dense silky-bent, silky bentgrassView illustrationPlant info
  3. Agrostis miliacea L.View illustration 
  4. Agrostis panicea 46View illustration 
  5. Agrostis rupestris All.View illustration 
  6. Agrostis spica-venti L. Apera spica-ventiloose silkybentView illustrationPlant info
  7. Alopecurus agrestis L. Alopecurus myosuroidesslender meadow foxtail, blackgrass, slender foxtailView illustrationPlant info
  8. Andropogon distachyos L. Andropogon distachyosView illustrationPlant info
  9. Andropogon RavennŠ L.View illustration 
  10. Avena alpestris Host Trisetum alpestreView illustrationPlant info
  11. Avena brevifolia HostView illustration 
  12. Avena brevis RothView illustration 
  13. Avena flavescens L. Trisetum flavescensyellow oatgrassView illustrationPlant info
  14. Avena nuda L. Avena nudanaked oatView illustrationPlant info
  15. Avena orientalis Schreb.View illustration 
  16. Avena sempervirens Vill. Helictotrichon sempervirensView illustrationPlant info
  17. Beckmannia cruciformis (Sibth. & Sm.) SennenView illustration 
  18. Carex curvula All.View illustration 
  19. Carex elongata L.View illustration 
  20. Carex LinnŠana 77View illustration 
  21. Cynosurus aureus L. Lamarckia aureagoldentop grass, goldentopView illustrationPlant info
  22. Cyperus esculentus L. Cyperus esculentuschufa flatsedge, chufa, yellow nutgrass, yellow nutsedgeView illustrationPlant info
  23. Cyperus flavescens L.View illustration 
  24. Cyperus fuscus L. 73 Cyperus fuscusbrown flatsedgeView illustrationPlant info
  25. Cyperus glomeratus L.View illustration 
  26. Cyperus longus L. Cyperus longusView illustrationPlant info
  27. Cyperus pannonicus Jacq.View illustration 
  28. Cyperus patulus 74View illustration 
  29. Festuca flavescens Bell.View illustration 
  30. Festuca heterophylla Lam. Festuca rubravariousleaf fescueView illustrationPlant info
  31. Festuca phleoides Vill.View illustration 
  32. Festuca spadicea L.View illustration 
  33. Holcus repens Host Hierochloe repensView illustrationPlant info
  34. Hordeum distichon L.View illustration 
  35. Hordeum hexastichum L.View illustration 
  36. Hordeum vulgare L.View illustration 
  37. Hordeum zeocrithon L.View illustration 
  38. Juncus adscendens 87View illustration 
  39. Juncus albidus Hoffm. Luzula luzuloidesoakforest woodrushView illustrationPlant info
  40. Juncus bufonius L. Juncus bufoniustoad rushView illustrationPlant info
  41. Juncus bulbosus L. Juncus bulbosusbulbous rushView illustrationPlant info
  42. Juncus conglomeratus L. Juncus leersiiView illustrationPlant info
  43. Juncus effusus L. Juncus effususcommon rush, lamp rushView illustrationPlant info
  44. Juncus filiformis L. Juncus balticusBaltic rushView illustrationPlant info
  45. Juncus flavescens Host Luzula luzulinaView illustrationPlant info
  46. Juncus glaucus Ehrh. ex Sibth. Juncus inflexusEuropean meadow rushView illustrationPlant info
  47. Juncus intermedius Thuill.View illustration 
  48. Juncus jacquinii L.View illustration 
  49. Juncus maritimus Lam. Juncus kraussiiView illustrationPlant info
  50. Juncus maximus ReichardView illustration 
  51. Juncus nemorosus Lam.View illustration 
  52. Juncus pilosus 100View illustration 
  53. Juncus spadiceus All. Luzula alpinopilosaalpine woodrushView illustrationPlant info
  54. Juncus subverticillatus 88View illustration 
  55. Juncus sylvaticus 86View illustration 
  56. Juncus tenageia Ehrh. ex L. fil.View illustration 
  57. Juncus trifidus L. Juncus trifidushighland rushView illustrationPlant info
  58. Juncus triglumis L. Juncus triglumisthreehulled rushView illustrationPlant info
  59. Lolium arvense With.View illustration 
  60. Milium effusum L. Milium effusumAmerican milletgrassView illustrationPlant info
  61. Milium lendigerum L. Gastridium ventricosumnit grassView illustrationPlant info
  62. Milium paradoxum (L.) L.View illustration 
  63. Panicum hirtellum L. Oplismenus hirtellusbristle basketgrassView illustrationPlant info
  64. Panicum stagninum Retz. Echinochloa stagninahippo grassView illustrationPlant info
  65. Phalaris utriculata L. Alopecurus rendleiRendle's meadow foxtailView illustrationPlant info
  66. Phleum alpinum L.View illustration 
  67. Phleum echinatum HostView illustration 
  68. Phleum pratense L.View illustration 
  69. Poa cenisia All.View illustration 
  70. Poa fertilis Host Poa palustrisfowl bluegrass, fowl blue grassView illustrationPlant info
  71. Poa festuciformis Host Puccinellia festuciformisView illustrationPlant info
  72. Poa laxa HaenkeView illustration 
  73. Poa sudetica Haenke Poa chaixiibroadleaf bluegrassView illustrationPlant info
  74. Schoenus mariscus L. Cladium mariscusswamp sawgrassView illustrationPlant info
  75. Schoenus nigricans L. Schoenus nigricansblack bogrush, black bog rushView illustrationPlant info
  76. Scirpus acicularis L. Eleocharis acicularisneedle spikerush, needle spikesedgeView illustrationPlant info
  77. Scirpus annuus All.View illustration 
  78. Scirpus Caricis 57View illustration 
  79. Scirpus cespitosus L. Scirpus cespitosustufted bulrushView illustrationPlant info
  80. Scirpus holoschoenus L. Scirpoides holoschoenusroundhead bulrushView illustrationPlant info
  81. Scirpus lacustris L. Scirpus pterolepisView illustrationPlant info
  82. Scirpus maritimus L.View illustration 
  83. Scirpus michelianus L.View illustration 
  84. Scirpus mucronatus L. Schoenoplectus mucronatusbog bulrush, ricefield bulrushView illustrationPlant info
  85. Scirpus ovatus Roth Eleocharis ovataovate spikerush, ovoid spike-rush, ovoid spikerushView illustrationPlant info
  86. Scirpus palustris L. Eleocharis palustrisView illustrationPlant info
  87. Scirpus pauciflorus Lightf. Eleocharis pauciflorafewflower spikerushView illustrationPlant info
  88. Scirpus setaceus L.View illustration 
  89. Scirpus supinus L. Schoenoplectus supinusView illustrationPlant info
  90. Scirpus sylvaticus L. Scirpus sylvaticuswoodland bulrushView illustrationPlant info
  91. Sesleria echinata 8View illustration 
  92. Stipa capillata L. Stipa capillataView illustrationPlant info
  93. Triticum compositum L.View illustration 
  94. Triticum junceum L. Thinopyrum junceumRussian wheatgrassView illustrationPlant info
  95. Triticum monococcum L.View illustration 
  96. Triticum polonicum L.View illustration 
  97. Triticum Spelta L.View illustration 
  98. Triticum turgidum L.View illustration 
  99. Triticum vulgare Vill. Triticum aestivumcommon wheat, wheatView illustrationPlant info
  100. Triticum Zea 29View illustration 
 
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