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Icones et descriptiones Graminum austriacorum  Volume 4 of 4

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  Name as PrintedCurrent NameCommon Name  
    
  1. Agrostis canina L. Agrostis caninavelvet bentgrassView illustrationPlant info
  2. Agrostis decumbens Host Agrostis gigantearedtop, black bent, water bentgrassView illustrationPlant info
  3. Agrostis diffusa Host Agrostis gigantearedtop, black bent, water bentgrassView illustrationPlant info
  4. Agrostis flavescens HostView illustration 
  5. Agrostis stolonifera L. Agrostis stoloniferacreeping bentgrass, carpet bentgrass, creeping bent, redtop, redtop bent, seaside bentgrass, spreading bentView illustrationPlant info
  6. Agrostis sylvatica Huds.View illustration 
  7. Agrostis varia HostView illustration 
  8. Agrostis vulgaris With.View illustration 
  9. Aira canescens L.View illustration 
  10. Aira capilaris SaviView illustration 
  11. Aira prŠcox L. Aira praecoxyellow hairgrassView illustrationPlant info
  12. Ammophila arundinaceae Host Ammophila arenariaEuropean beachgrassView illustrationPlant info
  13. Andropgon hirtus L. Hyparrhenia hirtathatching grassView illustrationPlant info
  14. Arundo donax L. Arundo donaxgiant reed, giantreedView illustrationPlant info
  15. Arundo phragmites L.View illustration 
  16. Asprella nardiformis HostView illustration 
  17. Avena bulbosa Willd.View illustration 
  18. Avena carpatica HostView illustration 
  19. Avena latifolia Kit. ex Host.View illustration 
  20. Bromus cespitosus Host Brachypodium caespitosumView illustrationPlant info
  21. Bromus plukenetii All.View illustration 
  22. Bromus rupestris Host Brachypodium rupestreView illustrationPlant info
  23. Calamagrostis alpina HostView illustration 
  24. Calamagrostis epigeios (L.) Roth Calamagrostis epigeioschee reedgrass, chee reed grassView illustrationPlant info
  25. Calamagrostis laxa Host Calamagrostis pseudophragmitesView illustrationPlant info
  26. Calamagrostis montana HostView illustration 
  27. Calamagrostis pyramidalis HostView illustration 
  28. Calamagrostis ramosa HostView illustration 
  29. Calamagrostis speciosaView illustration 
  30. Calamagrostis sylvatica HostView illustration 
  31. Calamagrostis tenella HostView illustration 
  32. Calamagrostis varia (Schrader) HostView illustration 
  33. Carex baldensisView illustration 
  34. Carex bellardi All. Kobresia bellardiiView illustrationPlant info
  35. Carex brevifoliaView illustration 
  36. Carex campestrisView illustration 
  37. Carex cilialaView illustration 
  38. Carex flavescensView illustration 
  39. Carex frigida All.View illustration 
  40. Carex fuliginosa SchkuhrView illustration 
  41. Carex fulva Gooden.View illustration 
  42. Carex geniculataView illustration 
  43. Carex leporina L. Carex leporinaeggbract sedgeView illustrationPlant info
  44. Carex longifoliaView illustration 
  45. Carex mirabilis HostView illustration 
  46. Carex mollisView illustration 
  47. Carex mucronata All.View illustration 
  48. Carex nemorosaView illustration 
  49. Carex petrŠaView illustration 
  50. Carex pilulifera L.View illustration 
  51. Carex pulicaris L.View illustration 
  52. Carex spadiceaView illustration 
  53. Carex tenuis J.F. Gmel.View illustration 
  54. Carex verna Chaix Carex caryophylleavernal sedgeView illustrationPlant info
  55. Cyperus MontiView illustration 
  56. Dactylis litoralis (Gouan) Willd. Aeluropus littoralisView illustrationPlant info
  57. Elymus arenarius L. Leymus arenariussand ryegrassView illustrationPlant info
  58. Eragrostis major Host Eragrostis cilianensisstinkgrass, candy grass, lovegrass, stink grass, strongscented lovegrassView illustrationPlant info
  59. Eriophorum latifolium Hoppe Scirpus angustifoliusView illustrationPlant info
  60. Eriophorum triquetrum HoppeView illustration 
  61. Festuca calamaria Sm.View illustration 
  62. Festuca ciliata GouanView illustration 
  63. Festuca pannonica Wulfen ex HostView illustration 
  64. Festuca uniglumis Sol.View illustration 
  65. Hordeum bulbosum L. Horeum bulbosumView illustrationPlant info
  66. Imperata arundinacea CirilloView illustration 
  67. Juncus acutus L. Juncus acutusspiny rushView illustrationPlant info
  68. Juncus niveusView illustration 
  69. Juncus spicatus L. Juncus spicataView illustrationPlant info
  70. Juncus sudeticus Willd.View illustration 
  71. Limnetis pungensView illustration 
  72. Melica bauhinii All. Melica bauhiniiView illustrationPlant info
  73. Oryza sativa L. Oryza sativariceView illustrationPlant info
  74. Panicum capillare L. Panicum capilareView illustrationPlant info
  75. Panicum ciliare Retz. Digitaria ciliarissouthern crabgrass, fingergrass, Henry's crabgrass, kukaepua'a, saulangi, smooth crabgrass, Southern crab grass, tropical crabgrassView illustrationPlant info
  76. Panicum italicum L. Setaria italicafoxtail bristlegrass, foxtail millet, Italian bristle grass, Italian foxtailView illustrationPlant info
  77. Phalaris trigyna Host Phleum phleoidesView illustrationPlant info
  78. Phleum bulbosum GouanView illustration 
  79. Poa flexuosa Sm. Poa laxaView illustrationPlant info
  80. Poa supina Schrad. Poa supinabluegrassView illustrationPlant info
  81. Schoenus albus L.View illustration 
  82. Schoenus ferrugineus L.View illustration 
  83. Schoenus mucronatusView illustration 
  84. Scirpus glomeratus L.View illustration 
  85. Scirpus radicans Poir Eleocharis radicansrooted spikerushView illustrationPlant info
  86. Secale sylvestre HostView illustration 
  87. Sesleria juncifoliaView illustration 
  88. Sorghum cernuum (Ard.) HostView illustration 
  89. Sorghum saccharatum (L.) MoenchView illustration 
  90. Sorghum vulgareView illustration 
  91. Stipa aristella L.View illustration 
  92. Stipa pennata L.View illustration 
  93. Triticum atratumView illustration 
  94. Triticum compactum Host Triticum aestivumView illustrationPlant info
  95. Triticum glaucum Moench Triticum polonicumView illustrationPlant info
  96. Triticum hordeiformeView illustration 
  97. Triticum litorale Pall. Leymus secalinuswildryeView illustrationPlant info
  98. Triticum villosum (L.) M. Bieb. Dasypyrum villosummosquitograssView illustrationPlant info
 
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