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Barcode MW0160052 Collection Name Carex brunnescens (sedge brown, sedge brown) Accepted name Carex brunnescens (Pers.) Poir. (Sedge brownish, sedge brownish) Family Cyperaceae Zoning Siberia, Baikal and Transbaikalia (S4) (Russia) Label 07/19/2016. Sobr. Gamova N.S.
Date of label entry 07/13/2018 Full card

Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov

Primary gender: Sedge
The soil
  • Loose, nutritious, moisture permeable.
The size
  • from 50 to 60 cm
Flowering time
  • January to December
Possible colors
    Illumination
    • Medium // Acceptable direct rays for several hours, eastern, western orientation
    Watering
    • Medium // Heavy watering 2-3 times a week
    Difficulty of care
    • Little // Does not need special requirements for growth and flowering
    Air humidity
    • Medium // Moderate humidity (at least 35%, normal street humidity in the shade)
    Fertilizer frequency
    • Medium // Fertilizer only during the period of active growth (minimum during the rest period)

    Brown sedge is another representative of the genus grown indoors.

    It differs from other indoor species in smaller, up to 25 cm in height, sizes. Its leaves are thinner, but also quite long.

    The spectacular color of the leaves made the plant a welcome guest in any flower collection. Brown sedge is good both by itself and in combination with other plants, because it emphasizes their attractive appearance.

    Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms (Eichhornia thickened, Water hyacinth)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Commelinales
    Family: Pontederiaceae Kunth (Pontederia)

    Description:
    Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms. - E. thickened, Water hyacinth VI – VIII. In reservoirs near thermal discharges. Mosk. A rare alien plant native to Southern. America. It is bred by aquarists, experiments were conducted on the use of eichornia in biological wastewater treatment systems.

    Commelina communis L

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Commelinales
    Family: Commelinaceae R. Br. (Commeline)

    Description:
    Commelina communis L. - K. ordinary VII – IX. Weedy plant in shady places. Rare in Central Russia, brought from Vost. Asia (China, Japan). Voron., Ivan., Lip., Mosk., Penz., Tver., Chuv., Yaroslav.

    Zea mays L (Maize ordinary)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Zea mays L. - K. ordinary, Mai VII – IX. Cultivated as a food and feed plant. The main areas of culture are in the forest-steppe and steppe zones.

    Botriochloa ischaemum (L.) Keng (Common Beard)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Andropogon ischaemum L.

    Description:
    Botriochloa ischaemum (L.) Keng (Andropogon ischaemum L.) - B. ordinary VII – IX. On the steppes, often grazed or eroded, gravelly and rocky slopes, roads. Belg., Raven. (Boguchar town), introduced into Tula. (Art Priokskaya, 1996).

    Sorghum cernuum (Ard.) Host (Sorghum drooping, Dzhugarb, White Durra)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: S. vulgare Pers.

    Description:
    Sorghum cernuum (Ard.) Host (S. vulgare Pers.) - S. drooping, Dzhugarb, White Durra VII – VIII. It is cultivated in the southern regions of the steppe zone. In Central Russia, detection as an adventitious plant is possible.

    Sorghum durra (Forssk.) Stapf (Sorgo dyrra)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Sorghum durra (Forssk.) Stapf - S. dyrra VII – VIII. On w. D., elevators, wastelands. Very rarely. Indicated for Lip., Information needs confirmation. Cultivated in Central Asia.

    Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench (Sorghum bicolor, or ordinary)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: S. vulgare auct. non pers.

    Description:
    Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench (S. vulgare auct. Non Pers.) - C. bicolor, or ordinary VII – VIII. It is cultivated in the southern regions, in Central Russia, apparently only as an adventitious species. Indicated for Ivan. (Teykovsky borough, village Berkino), the instruction needs to be checked.

    Sorghum saccharatum (L.) Moench (Sorghum sugar)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Sorghum saccharatum (L.) Moench - C. sugar VII – VIII. On w. D., elevators, wastelands. Kaluga., Mosk., Penz., Tver. It is cultivated in the southernmost regions of the steppe zone, in the northern regions it is a rare adventive species. In our region, apparently, only ssp. technicum (Koern.) Tzvelev - S. technical.

    Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf (Sorghum Sudan, Sudan)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Andropogon sorghum-sudanensis Piper

    Description:
    Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf (Andropogon sorghum-sudanensis Piper) - S. Sudan, Sudan VII – IX. It is cultivated in the steppe zone as a valuable fodder plant. The northern areas of culture are in Lip. reg. (old data). Occasionally as an adventitious plant in Vlad., Ivan., Kostr., Mord., Mosk., Nizhezh., Orel., Penz., Sarat., Tamb., Tver., Tul., Ulyan.

    Sorghum halepense (L.) Pers (Sorghum Aleppo, or Gumai)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Sorghum halepense (L.) Pers. - S. Aleppo, or Gumai VII – VIII. In wastelands, landfills, embankments. d. Vlad., Ivan., Mosk., Tamb. (Michurinsky district),? Tver. Perhaps widespread, but rare. Weed-steppe view of the Black Sea and the Caucasus, north as an adventitious one.

    Cenchrus longispinus (Hack.) Fern

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: C. paucifl orus auct. non Benth.,? C. echinatus L.

    Description:
    Cenchrus longispinus (Hack.) Fern. (C. pauciflus orus auct. Non Benth.,? C. echinatus L.) - C. long-throated VI – VIII. By train D., vacant lots, landfills. Belg (Belgorod), Moscow. (Moscow city). American cereal, rarely found in the steppe and rarely in forest zones. It is possible that the cereal found in our country is C. echinatus, since C. longispinus s. str. all spikes wrappers bm identical lengths and thin setae absent. Currently, this American cereal is a pantropic weed and is widely introduced into extratropical regions of the Earth.

    Setaria faberi Herrm (Bristle Faber)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Setaria faberi Herrm. - S. Faber VII – VIII. On the mounds. d., vacant lots, warehouses. Ivan (Ivanovo city), Mord. (Saransk, st. Ruzayevka), Moscow. (Moscow city). In Central Russia - a rare adventitious plant. Weed-ruderal view of the Caucasus, Western and Central Asia.

    Setaria italica (L.) Beauv (Italian bristles)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum italicum L.

    Description:
    Setaria italica (L.) Beauv. (Panicum italicum L.) - S. Italian, Mogar, Chumiza, Gomi VII – IX. Cultivated in the southern region. as a food and feed plant, and there is usually found on deposits and along roads. As an adventitious one in Vlad., Ivan., Kaluzh., Kostr., Kursk., Moscow., Orel., Penz., Sarat., Tamb., Tat., Tver., Tul., Ulyan., Yarolos.

    Setaria pumila (Poir.) Roem. et schult

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: S. lutescens (Weig

    Description:
    Setaria pumila (Poir.) Roem. et Schult. S. lutescens (Weig.) F.T. Hubb., S. glauca auct. non (L.) Beauv. - Shch. Low, or bluish VII – IX. In the fields, gardens, deposits, rural roads, quarries, landfills, fresh alluvial deposits in the floodplains of the rivers. Usually. In all reg.

    Setaria verticillata (L.) Beauv (Whorled Bristle)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum verticillatum L.

    Description:
    Setaria verticillata (L.) Beauv. (Panicum verticillatum L.) - Sh. Whorled VII – IX. In wastelands, w. d. to landfills. Occasionally. Belg., Vlad., Voron., Ivan., Kostr., Kursk., Lip., Mord., Mosk., Nizhzheg., Penz., Sarat., Tver. Weedy view of the steppe zone, sporadically recorded in sowing. districts.

    Eriochloa villosa (Thunb.) Kunth (Shaggy wool)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Eriochloa villosa (Thunb.) Kunth - W. Shaggy VII – IX. In the weedy places. Raven. Alien from subtropical regions of the Old World.

    Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop (Blood red)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum sanguinale L.

    Description:
    Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop. (Panicum sanguinale L.) - R. blood red

    Digitaria aegyptiaca (Retz.) Willd (Egyptian rosichka)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum aegyptiacum Retz.

    Description:
    Digitaria aegyptiaca (Retz.) Willd. (Panicum aegyptiacum Retz.) - R. Egyptian VII – IX. On sandbanks of rivers, sandy meadows and steppes, deposits, wastelands, roads. Belg., Voron., Ivan., Kaluga., Kursk., Lip., Moscow., Orel., Penz., Samar., Sarat., Tamb., Tat., Tver., Ulyan., More often in the southern regions. , and in the north - occasionally, like an alien plant. A view close to the next and sometimes referred to as a subspecies.

    Digitaria ischaemum (Schreb.) Muehl

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: D. glabra (Schad.) Beauv., D. linearis (L.) Crep., P. p., Panicum ischae

    Description:
    Digitaria ischaemum (Schreb.) Muehl. D. glabra (Schad.) Beauv., D. linearis (L.) Crep., P. p., Panicum ischae-mum Schreb., P. arenarium Bieb. - R. ordinary VII – IX. On sandy and pebbly shallows of reservoirs, on sandy meadows and deposits, steppe pastures, dry forests, wastelands, roads. In all reg.

    Echinochloa frumentacea Link (Blackberry and E. esculenta (A. Br)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Echinochloa frumentacea Link - E. bread and E. esculenta (A. Br.) H. Scholz - E. edible, spikelets without articulation at the base and not falling off when ripe. In E. crusgalli, at least one third of the spikelets with articulation fall during maturation. E. esculenta was observed in Ivan., Tver.

    Echinochloa spiralis Vasing. (Spiral Blackberry: beardless spikelets)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Echinochloa spiralis Vasing.) - E. helix: spikelets without boneless or with short awns, noted in Mosk. The floodplain races of the species have long red awns of 2–5 cm long. It is proposed to consider them as a separate species - E. tzvelevii Mosyakin ex Mavrodiev et H. Scholz. Known in Samar. and Ulyan. The following cultivated species are close to E. crusgalli: E. frumentacea Link - E. bread and E. esculenta (A. Br.) H. Scholz - E. edible, with spikelets without an articulation at the base and not falling off when ripe. In E. crusgalli, at least one third of the spikelets with articulation fall during maturation. E. esculenta was observed in Ivan., Tver.

    Echinochloa crusgalli (L.) Beauv

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum crusgalli L

    Description:
    Echinochloa crusgalli (L.) Beauv. (Panicum crusgalli L.) - E. common, Chicken meat VI – VII. On fields, kitchen gardens, deposits, wastelands, rural roads, weakly overgrown floodplain meadows, fresh alluvial deposits. Usually. In all reg. A view is represented by several forms. In the fields of rice and other crops ssp. spiralis (Vasing.) Tzvelev (E. spiralis Vasing.) - E. spiral: spikelets spineless or with short spines, noted in Mosk. The floodplain races of the species have long red awns of 2–5 cm long. It is proposed to consider them as a separate species - E. tzvelevii Mosyakin ex Mavrodiev et H. Scholz. Known in Samar. and Ulyan. The following cultivated species are close to E. crusgalli: E. frumentacea Link - E. bread and E. esculenta (A. Br.) H. Scholz - E. edible, with spikelets without an articulation at the base and not falling off when ripe. In E. crusgalli, at least one third of the spikelets with articulation fall during maturation. E. esculenta was observed in Ivan., Tver.

    Echinochloa caudata roshev

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: E. crusgalli (L.) Beauv. ssp

    Description:
    Echinochloa caudata Roshev. E. crusgalli (L.) Beauv. ssp. caudata (Roshev.) Tzvelev - E. caudate VI – VIII. By sandbanks of rivers, ruderal groupings. Raven., Tat. (Kazan and the village of Bersut, Kuybyshevsky Vkhr.). A critical view that needs further research.

    Panicum hillmanii Chase (Pro Guillman)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Panicum hillmanii Chase - P. Guilman VI – VIII. In wastelands, landfills, by train. d. Very rare. Deserves further observation. Sarat. (Saratov city). The North American alien species, known outside the flora in the Volgograd region, as well as in Ukraine (Kiev), Belarus (Minsk, Slutsk).

    Panicum capillare L (Pro-hairy)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Panicum capillare L. - P. hairy VI – VIII. In the vacant lots, by train. d. Vlad., Mosk., Penz., Sarat., Yarosl., directions for Kaluga. wrong. More common in the steppe zone. Coming from Sev. America's relatively rare weedy species. Literature on the location of P. capillare usually implies a broad understanding of the size of the species. It distinguishes between: ssp. capillare: spikelets 1.8–2.3 mm long., and ssp. barbipulvinatum (Nash) Tzvelev (P. barbipulvinatum Nash). - P. grooved axillary: strips 2.4–3.2 mm long. The last subspecies was found in Vlad., Ivan. (Ivanovo city), Moscow. (Moscow), Sarat. (Art. Balashov).

    Panicum ruderale (Kitagawa) Chang (Proso weed: panicles spreading)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Panicum ruderale (Kitagawa) Chang - P. weed: panicles are loose, sparse, spikelet legs, as a rule, are articulated, spikelets are falling. Vlad., Kaluga., Moscow., Samar., Tver., Tul.

    Panicum miliaceum L (Proso Sowing)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Panicum miliaceum L. - P. sowing VI – VII. It is bred as a food or feed plant, mainly in the steppe zone. In the forest zone, occasionally in culture or as an adventitious one. Distinguish ssp. miliaceum: panicles are dense, spikelet legs without articulation are found in all regions, and ssp. ruderale (Kitagawa) Tzvelev P. ruderale (Kitagawa) Chang - P. weed: panicles are loose, sparse, spikelet legs, as a rule, are articulated, spikelets are falling. Vlad., Kaluga., Moscow., Samar., Tver., Tul.

    Panicum dichotomifl orum Michx (Branchedifolia)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Panicum dichotomifl orum Michx. - P. branched-tree VI – VII. By train D., vacant lots and other disturbed places. Seldom. Ivan (Ivanovo city), Bonfire, Moscow. (Moscow city). North American species, widespread as a weed in the subtropics of both hemispheres. Occasionally infested in temperate zones.

    Crypsis aculeata (L.) Aiton (Prickly Lurker)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Schoenus aculeata L.

    Description:
    Crypsis aculeata (L.) Aiton (Schoenus aculeata L.) - C. prickly VII – IX. On salt marshes, highly saline meadows of the steppe zone. A rare plant. Belg., Raven., Sarat.,? Ulyan., An indication for Samar. refers to the Left Bank.

    Dactyloctenium aegyptium (L.) Desf (Dactyloctenium Egyptian)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Dactyloctenium aegyptium (L.) Desf. - D. Egyptian VI – VIII. On vacant lots, elevators. Ivan (Ivanovo city). South Asian species, adventitious in the temperate zone, very rare.

    Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers (Pig Toad)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Panicum dactylon L.

    Description:
    Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. (Panicum dactylon L.) - C. palmate VI – IX. On wastelands, lawns, by train. v. Voron., Lip., Nizhny. (observation by V. Vasyukov), Sarat. (Atkarsky borough, Non-sterovka), entered in Moscow., Tamb. The weed-ruderal species of the subzone of typical steppes is a heavy weed in the fields and at the same time a good fodder plant in the steppe pastures.

    Diandrochloa diarrhena (Schult. Et Schult. Fi l.) A.N. Henry

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Poa diarrhena Schult. et Schult. fi l., Eragrostis diarrhena

    Description:
    Diandrochloa diarrhena (Schult. Et Schult. Fi l.) A.N. Henry Poa diarrhena Schult. et Schult. fi l., Eragrostis diarrhena (Schult. et Schult. fi l.) Steud., E. kossinskyi Roshev. - D. dvutychinkovaya VII – IX. On w. d. Tat. (Art. Old Arakchino). Endemic view of the Lower Volga. It grows on the sandy alluvial deposits of the Volga delta or the lower terraces of its valley. Apparently, it rarely settles outside the natural range. The species is listed in the Red Book of the Russian Federation.

    Eragrostis multicaulis Steud (Polevichka multi-stemmed)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Eragrostis multicaulis Steud. - P. multi-stemmed VII – IX. On wastelands, lawns, slopes of railway tracks canvases. Seldom. Bryan. (Bryansk city), Raven. (Voronezh city). East Asian species, settled in several European countries.

    Eragrostis pilosa (L.) Beauv (Polevichka hairy)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Poa pilosa L.

    Description:
    Eragrostis pilosa (L.) Beauv. (Poa pilosa L.) - P. hairy VII – IX. By sandbanks in river valleys, dry forests and clearings in their places, deposits, wastelands. In all regions, in the steppe zone it is usual, and in the forest zone it is rare and, apparently, like an alien plant: Kaluzh., Bonfire. (St. Sharya), Nizhny., Tver. (Art. Redkino), Tul., Yaroslav.A cycle of small species, the diagnosis and distribution of which is under study. Distinguish E. pilosa s. str., which does not have glands on the vagina of L. and common in the southern regions of the Russian Plain, and E. amurensis Probat. (E. voronensis H. Scholz) - P. Amur, which has glands on the vagina of L. The population variability of these species and their karyotypes have not been studied; they have been identified not only in Tamb., But also in Voron., Nizhny Novgorod. and in other areas of the forest-steppe and steppe, confined to sand meadows in river valleys and weed-ruderal groups.

    Eragrostis albensis H. Scholz (Polevka Elba)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Eragrostis albensis H. Scholz - P. elba VI – IX. A Central European species (neophyte) that lives on sandy meadows in the floodplains of the Elba, Oder, and others. In Russia, it was first discovered in 1999 in Volgograd as an adventitious plant; it is possible to settle in other districts.

    Eragrostis pectinacea (Michx.) Nees (Polevichka pectin, or comb)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Eragrostis pectinacea (Michx.) Nees - P. pectin, or comb VII – IX. Wastes in settlements, slopes. d. Tamb. (Michurinsk, Pervomaisky district, Novoklenovskaya square). The North American species, listed in several European countries, is in the process of resettlement.

    Eragrostis suaveolens A.K. Becker ex Claus (Polevichka fragrant, or odorous)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Eragrostis suaveolens A.K. Becker ex Claus - P. fragrant, or odorous VII – IX. On sand deposits, almost exclusively in the valleys of large rivers (Volga, Don) in the steppe zone. Raven., Mord., Nizhezh., Samar., Sarat., Tamb., Tat., Ulyan., Drifted into the fire. (Vokhomsky district). 4 (1). The lower spikelet scales are about 1 mm long., Usually equal to half the length of the adjacent lower floral scale or slightly longer than half. One 20-60.

    Eragrostis minor Host (Small Polevichka)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: E. poaeoides Beauv., Poa eragrostis L.

    Description:
    Eragrostis minor Host (E. poaeoides Beauv., Poa eragrostis L.) - P. minor VII – IX. On shallows and open meadows in floodplains, dry forests, slopes, quarries, wastelands, on the railway In the steppe zone, usually, in the forest, sporadically as an adventitious species. In almost all reg., There are no data from Bonfire.

    Eragrostis cilianensis (All.) Vign.-Lut (Polevichka Cilician)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: E. megastachya (Koel.) Link

    Description:
    Eragrostis cilianensis (All.) Vign.-Lut. E. megastachya (Koel.) Link - P. Cilician VI – VIII. In wastelands, w. d. Ivan. (Ivanovo city), Moscow. (Moscow city). Mediterranean-Asian species, occasionally introduced from the southern regions. into the forest zone.

    Cleistogenes bulgarica (Bornm.) Keng

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: C. maeotica Klokov et Zoz, Diplachne serotina ssp. bulgarica bornm

    Description:
    Cleistogenes bulgarica (Bornm.) Keng C. maeotica Klokov et Zoz, Diplachne serotina ssp. bulgarica Bornm., D. bulgarica (Bornm.) Bornm., D. maeotica (Klokov et Zoz) Stankov, Kengia bulgarica (Bornm.) Packer - Z. Bulgarian VI-VII. On gravelly and stony steppes, outcrops of bedrock. A rare plant. ? Sarat.

    Cleistogenes squarrosa (Trin.) Keng

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)
    Synonyms: Molinia squarrosa Trin., Diplachne squarrosa (Trin.) Maxim., Kengia squarrosa

    Description:
    Cleistogenes squarrosa (Trin.) Keng Molinia squarrosa Trin., Diplachne squarrosa (Trin.) Maxim., Kengia squarrosa (Trin.) Packer - Z. spread out VI-VII. On sandy steppes, dry steppe forests, broken steppe pastures, deluvial deposits on the bottoms of gullies and ravines. A rare plant. Raven., Lip., Samar., Sarat., Ulyan. (Terengulsky, Novospassky, Starokulatkinsky districts).

    Sieglingia decumbens (L.) Bernh (Zigli prostrate)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Sieglingia decumbens (L.) Bernh. - Z. prostrate VI – VII. On dry or floodplain, mainly sandy, meadows on poor fresh or damp soils, sparse pine or birch forests, wastelands. Bryan., Vlad. (Sudogodsky, Gusevsky districts), Kaluga., Mosk. (Shatursky, Kolomna districts), Nizhny. (along the river Kerzhenets), Orel. (Khotynetsky district), Ryaz. (Spassky district), Small., Tver. Central European species, in Central Russia on the eastern border of the range.

    Stipa ucrainica P. Smirn (Ukrainian feather grass)

    Department: Spermatophyta (Seeds)
    Class: Magnoliopsida (Angiospermae) (Angiosperms (Flowering)
    Order: Poales (Aluminous)
    Family: Gramineae (Cereals)

    Description:
    Stipa ucrainica P. Smirn. - K. Ukrainian V – VI. By fescue-feather grass steppes and rocky outcrops in the southern part of the steppe zone. Belg., Raven.,? Kursk., Nizhny.,? Sarat.

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