Eastern Mojave Vegetation Dissected spikelet of Coll. No. 2170, Bromus lanatipes  


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  Poaceae V
Scanned 22 July 2019.

Coll. No. 2170, 21 July 2019, characters observed: Perennial grass (short-lived?), 50 cm., clumped; Roots, fibrous; Stem, herbaceous; Internodes, glabrous; Leaves, blade and sheath differentiated, soft; Sheath, 60-70 mm., closed, long shaggy hair; Ligule, 1.5 mm., membraneous, auricles, absent; Blade, 160 mm. × 5 mm. wide, adaxial scaberulous, tip, acute; Inflorescence, 1 per culm, >leaves, panicle, 130 mm. × 60 mm. wide, 2+ branches; Rachis, not extended, scabrous; Spikelets, #12-13, 23 mm. × 5 mm. wide, similar, borne singly; Compression, lateral; Disarticulation, unknown, should be above the glumes; Glumes, lower, 5 mm., veins, #1, keeled, keel scabrous, upper, 6 mm., <lowest floret, veins, #5, keeled; Lemma, 7.5 mm., >glumes, hairy laterally becoming more broadly hairy distally, veins, #5, convergent, awns, #1, 3 mm., straight, barbellate, attached near end; Palea, 9 mm., ±=lemma, membraneous, keel ciliate, veins, lt. green, margin, glabrous, tip, entire; Anthers, #3, 2.3 mm., yellow; Achene, immature.

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