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  • Cyperus spectabilis, Cyperus sphacelatus, Cyperus sphaerolepis, Cyperus squarrosus, Cyperus strigosus, Cyperus tetragonus, Cyperus thyrsiflorus Gordon C
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  • lepidus, Bromus racemosus, Bromus scoparius, Bromus secalinus, Bromus squarrosus Leon E. Pavlickf Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment on page
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  • greenei, Juncus interior, Juncus occidentalis, Juncus secundus, Juncus squarrosus, Juncus tenuis, Juncus trifidus, Juncus vaseyi Buchenau Abhandlungen herausgegeben
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  • Taxa Rhytidiadelphus japonicus, Rhytidiadelphus loreus, Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus, Rhytidiadelphus subpinnatus, Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus (Limpricht) Warnstorf
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  • Common names: Saw-tooth bristleweed Illustrated Basionym: Haplopappus squarrosus Hooker & Arnott Bot. Beechey Voy., 146. 1833 (as Aplopappus) Treatment
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  • Hazardia obtusa Greene Fl. Francisc., 375. 1897 Synonyms: Haplopappus squarrosus subsp. obtusus (Greene) H. M. Hall Treatment appears in FNA Volume 20
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  • familyJuncaceae genusJuncus subgenusJuncus subg. Poiophylli speciesJuncus squarrosus Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 327. 1753. Ralph E. Brooks*, Steven E. Clemants* Introduced
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyHylocomiaceae genusRhytidiadelphus speciesRhytidiadelphus squarrosus (Hedwig) Warnstorf Krypt.-Fl. Brandenburg 2: 918. 1906. Joseph R. Rohrer
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  • Dennis Clark Common names: Serpentine bristleweed Basionym: Haplopappus squarrosus subsp. stenolepis H. M. Hall Publ. Carnegie Inst. Wash. 389: 253, fig
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  • and A. L. P. P. de Candolle, Prodr. 5: 350. 1836 Synonyms: Haplopappus squarrosus subsp. grindelioides (de Candolle) D. D. Keck Treatment appears in FNA
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  • tribePoaceae tribe Bromeae genusBromus sectionBromus sect. Bromus speciesBromus squarrosus L. Leon E. Pavlickf Common names: Squarrose brome Introduced Treatment
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  • familyCyperaceae genusCyperus subgenusCyperus subg. Cyperus speciesCyperus squarrosus Linnaeus Cent. Pl. II, 6. 1756. Gordon C. Tucker*, Brian G. Marcks*, J
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  • species distinct from R. squarrosus; American bryologists have held to the traditional concept of a broadly circumscribed R. squarrosus that includes R. subpinnatus
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  • Hikobia 6: 19. 1971. Joseph R. Rohrer Illustrated Basionym: Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus subsp. japonicus Reimers Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 64: 559. 1931 Treatment appears
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  • Fimbristylis hirta (Kunth) Roemer & Schultes Isolepis hirta Kunth Pocronostylis squarrosus (Vahl) Bertoloni Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Treatment on page
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  • dracunculus, Baccharis sergilioides, Corethrogyne filaginifolia, and Hazardia squarrosus (Asteraceae). Infrequently reported hosts are A. nova, A. tridentata,
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  • Cyperus granitophilus is documented as an autotetraploid derivative of C. squarrosus (L. W. Garoni and W. H. Murdy 1964). Garoni, L. W. and W. H. Murdy. 1964
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  • oxycarioides Schrader ex Nees Cyperus speciosus (Linnaeus) Schrader ex Nees Cyperus squarrosus var. parvus Britton Diclidium aciculare Kunth Diclidium odoratum (Boeckeler)
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  • leaves (more squarrose than in any other species, including Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus), combined with the calcareous wet fen habitat are all that is needed
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