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  • Cenchrus longispinus C cont. Cenchrus myosuroides Cenchrus spinifex Cenchrus tribuloides Chloris andropogonoides Chloris barbata Chloris berroi Chloris canterae
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  • Cenchrus longispinus, Cenchrus myosuroides, Cenchrus spinifex, Cenchrus tribuloides L. Michael T. Stieber, J.K. Wipff Treatment appears in FNA Volume 25.
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  • sect. Ovales speciesCarex tribuloides Show Lower Taxa Carex tribuloides var. sangamonensis, Carex tribuloides var. tribuloides Wahlenberg Kongl. Vetensk
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  • Carex tahoensis, Carex tenera, Carex tetrastachya, Carex tincta, Carex tribuloides, Carex unilateralis, Carex vexans, Carex wootonii, Carex xerantica Kunth
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  • Panicoideae tribePoaceae tribe Paniceae genusCenchrus speciesCenchrus tribuloides L. Michael T. Stieber, J.K. Wipff Common names: Sanddune sandbur Dune
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  • Reznicek Common names: Carex de Bebb IllustratedEndemic Basionym: Carex tribuloides var. bebbii L. H. Bailey Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 1: 55. 1889 Treatment appears
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  • Carex tribuloides var. tribuloides (category Carex tribuloides)
    genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Ovales speciesCarex tribuloides varietyCarex tribuloides var. tribuloides Joy Mastrogiuseppe, Paul E. Rothrock, A. C. Dibble
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  • Carex tribuloides var. sangamonensis (category Carex tribuloides)
    familyCyperaceae genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Ovales speciesCarex tribuloides varietyCarex tribuloides var. sangamonensis Clokey Rhodora 21: 84. 1919. Joy Mastrogiuseppe
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  • States because it has often been confused with C. tribuloides. Cenchrus spinifex differs from C. tribuloides in its glabrous or less densely pubescent fascicles
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  • southwards to Venezuela. It is often confused with C. spinifex and C. tribuloides; see discussion under those species. None. None. window.propertiesFro
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  • following spring. A similar habit of vegetative spread is frequent in C. tribuloides, less common in C. albolutescens, C. ozarkana, and C. projecta, and rare
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  • respects Carex projecta is intermediate between C. cristatella and C. tribuloides; it is sometimes difficult to distinguish from those species. However
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  • associates with C. blanda, C. crus-corvi, C. granularis, C. socialis, and C. tribuloides. When it grows with C. grisea, as happens infrequently, C. corrugata usually
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  • vegetative shoots are very leafy and elongate. In a few species, such as C. tribuloides, C. projecta, C. longii, C. ozarkana, and several others, the vegetative
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  • paniculata is the beach dominant, with Andropogon virginicus, Cenchrus tribuloides, Croton punctatus, Diodia teres, Erigeron canadensis, Euphorbia (= Ch
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