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Bristle Bent

Alpagrostis setacea

Agrostis curtisii

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Agrostis curtisii, the bristle bent, is a species of grass in the family Poaceae native to Eurasia.

It is densely tufted, with hair like leaves and stems that grow up to 60 cm. Its spikelets are yellow-green in colour, and its lemmas are awned. The ligule is pointed.[1]

It has no rhizomes or stolons.

Bristle bent flowers in the UK from June until July and is found typically on dry heaths and moors.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Agrostis curtisii Kerguélen".
  2. ^ Grasses of The British Isles By Tom Cope & Alan Gray, 2009 Botanical Society of the British Isles, ISBN 978-0-901158-413
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Agrostis curtisii: Brief Summary

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Agrostis curtisii, the bristle bent, is a species of grass in the family Poaceae native to Eurasia.

It is densely tufted, with hair like leaves and stems that grow up to 60 cm. Its spikelets are yellow-green in colour, and its lemmas are awned. The ligule is pointed.

It has no rhizomes or stolons.

Bristle bent flowers in the UK from June until July and is found typically on dry heaths and moors.

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