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Setaria chapmanii (Vasey) Pilger. Chapman’s Bristlegrass, Coral Bristlegrass. Phen: Feb-Nov. Hab: Coastal rock barrens, coastal berms, hammocks, prairies, also on waste ground near wool-combing mill (Berkeley County, SC). Dist: S. FL; West Indies (Bahamas, Cuba); se. Mexico (CAM, ROO, YUC).

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Other Comments: Only the terminal spikelet on each branch is subtended by a bristle, which resembles an aborted pedicel.

Synonymy: = FNA25, K1, K3; = n/a – RAB; = Panicum chapmanii Vasey – HC, S; = Paspalidium chapmanii (Vasey) Davidse & R.W.Pohl – K4, Meso6, Mex, WH3

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