Bothriochloa laguroides (DC.) Herter
CC = 0
CW = 5
MOC = 32
Family - Poaceae/Andropogoneae
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Flowering - July - October.
Habitat - Upland prairies, glades, dry bluff ledges, railroads, roadsides.
Origin - Native to U.S., Mexico, South America.
Other info. - This species can be found in the southern half of Missouri. The plant can be identified by its big ligule, hairy stem nodes, and silvery inflorescences. The hairs of the inflorescence are long and silky.
Photographs taken at Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve, KS., 9-27-06.