Genus = Elymus,
Displaying matches 1 - 5 of 5.
|Elymus bakeri (Baker's wildrye)
|Elymus elymoides (squirreltail)
Tufted perennial, the culms sub-glabrous to pubescent, 1-6 dm. tall.
Distribution: British Columbia south to southern California, east to Alberta and Texas.
Habitat: Dry and rocky to moist habitats, from along the coast to inland desert plains and prairies, and in the mountains to above tree line.
|Elymus glaucus (blue wildrye)
(= Elymus glaucus in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Tufted perennials, forming clumps up to 10 cm. wide, the hollow culms 5-10 dm. tall.
Distribution: Southern Alaska south to California, east to Ontario and Indiana.
Habitat: Prairies, open woods, and dry to moist hillsides, from the lowlands to mid-elevations in the mountains.
|Elymus multisetus (big squirreltail)
(= Sitanion jubatum in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
|Elymus repens (quackgrass, creeping wildrye)
(= Agropyron repens in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Strong perennial with long, tough, wiry rhizomes, the culms erect to decumbent, up to 1 m. tall.
Distribution: Native to Eurasia; Alaska to Greenland and south to California, Texas, and North Carolina.
Habitat: Distrubed, open areas.
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