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*Bromus commutatus Schrader. Hairy Chess, Meadow Brome. Phen: Apr-Aug. Hab: Disturbed areas. Dist: Native of Europe. The relationship and relative distribution of this species and Bromus racemosus is poorly known for our area.

Origin/Endemic status: Europe

Other Comments: See Bromus racemosus for further comments.

Synonymy: = Ar, C, F, FlGr, FNA24, HC, Il, K1, Mi, Mo1, NE, NY, Pa, S, Tn, Tx, WH3, WV, Pavlick (1995), Tucker (1996); = Bromus racemosus L. var. commutatus (Schrad.) Lagr.-Foss. – S13; < Bromus commutatus Schrad. – RAB, Tat; < Bromus racemosus L. – G, K3, K4, W

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