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  • Cyperus filiculmis, Cyperus floribundus, Cyperus fuligineus, Cyperus giganteus, Cyperus granitophilus, Cyperus grayi, Cyperus grayoides, Cyperus hermaphroditus
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  • Didymodon eckeliae, Didymodon fallax, Didymodon ferrugineus, Didymodon giganteus, Didymodon johansenii, Didymodon leskeoides, Didymodon maschalogena, Didymodon
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  • Helianthus eggertii, Helianthus exilis, Helianthus floridanus, Helianthus giganteus, Helianthus glaucophyllus, Helianthus gracilentus, Helianthus grosseserratus
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  • Sporobolus fimbriatus, Sporobolus flexuosus, Sporobolus floridanus, Sporobolus giganteus, Sporobolus heterolepis, Sporobolus indicus, Sporobolus interruptus, Sporobolus
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  • familyCyperaceae genusCyperus subgenusCyperus subg. Cyperus speciesCyperus giganteus Vahl Enum. Pl. 2: 364. 1805. Gordon C. Tucker*, Brian G. Marcks*, J. Richard
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  • genusSchedonorus Show Lower Taxa Schedonorus arundinaceus, Schedonorus giganteus, Schedonorus pratensis P. Beauv. Stephen J. Darbyshire Treatment appears
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  • Chloridoideae tribePoaceae tribe Cynodonteae genusSporobolus speciesSporobolus giganteus Nash Paul M. Peterson, Stephan L. Hatch, Alan S. Weakley Common names:
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  • Illustrated Basionym: Cereus giganteus Enge lmann Amer. J. Sci. Arts, ser. 2, 14: 336. 1852 Synonyms: Pilocereus giganteus (Engelmann) Rümpler Treatment
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  • gigantea Standley Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 12: 348. 1909 Synonyms: Oxybaphus giganteus (Standley) Weatherby Treatment appears in FNA Volume 4. Treatment on page
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  • Pooideae tribePoaceae tribe Poeae genusSchedonorus speciesSchedonorus giganteus (L.) Holub Stephen J. Darbyshire Common names: Giant fescue Synonyms: Lolium
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  • natural hybrid of H. giganteus with H. grosseserratus has been called H. luxurians E. Watson (R. W. Long 1954). Hybrids of H. giganteus with H. divaricatus
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  • subfamilyPottiaceae subfam. Barbuloideae genusDidymodon speciesDidymodon giganteus (Funck) Juratzka Laubm. Fl. Oesterr.-Ung., 102. 1882,. Richard H. Zander
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  • Robert D. Webster Common names: Sugarcane plumegrass Synonyms: Erianthus giganteus Treatment appears in FNA Volume 25. Treatment on page 611. Illustrator:
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  • Synonyms: Aster beringensis Gandoger Aster giganteus (Hooker) Rydberg Aster montanus R. Brown Aster montanus var. giganteus (Hooker) Torrey & A. Gray Aster richardsonii
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  • Barkworth Common names: Mammoth wildrye Synonyms: Elymus racemosus Elymus giganteus Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment on page 356. Illustrator:
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  • name H. ×luxurians may refer to hybrids between subsp. nuttallii and H. giganteus (Heiser et al.). None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"species"
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  • florets and narrower leaves with cuneate bases. Hybrids of H. mollis with H. giganteus have been called H. doronicoides Lamarck (Jackson 1956). None. None. window
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  • America. Cyperus prolixus produces large plants, similar in habit to C. giganteus and C. papyrus but easily distinguished by flattened rays. None. None.
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  • long-lanceolate leaves, with flaring bases and broadly recurved margins. Didymodon giganteus has elongate irregular laminal cells. Both species have stem central strands
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  • area. Cirsium scabrum (Poiret) Bonnet & Barratte was reported [as Cnicus giganteus (Desfontaines) Willdenow] in 1900 by A. Eastwood (Zoë 5: 59) based on a
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