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Panicum philadelphicum Bernhardi ex Trinius ssp. gattingeri (Nash) Freckmann & Lelong. Section: Panicum. Gattinger’s Panic Grass. Phen: Aug-Oct. Hab: Damp or dry, usually calcareous sandy soils of fields, roadsides, shores, and cultivated ground. Dist: NY, sw. QC, and MN south to NC, TN, GA, AL, and AR.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Taxonomy Comments: Panicum sensu stricto.

Synonymy: = FNA25, NY, Tn; = Panicum capillare L. var. campestre Gatt. – G, W; = Panicum gattingeri Nash – F, HC, Il, K1, Mi, Pa, RAB, S, Va, WV, Darbyshire & Cayouette (1995); = Panicum philadelphicum Bernh. ex Trin. var. campestre (Gatt.) A.Haines – NE, Haines (2010); < Panicum capillare L. – C, Zuloaga & Morrone (1996); < Panicum philadelphicum Bernh. ex Trin. – K3, K4

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