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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
PoaceaeAgrostis altissimaCoastal Bog BentgrassWet pine savannas, sinkhole ponds, edges of swamp forests.MA (?) and NJ south to se. LA, primarily on the Coastal Plain.
PoaceaeAgrostis caninaBrown Bentgrass, Velvet BentgrassRoadsides, disturbed open areas, lawns.Native of Eurasia. Naturalized in North America to DE, se. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007), WV, and TN (Kartesz 1999).image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis capillarisRhode Island Bentgrass, Colonial Bentgrass, BrowntopMeadows, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe (and possibly n. North America).image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis elliottianaElliott's Bentgrass, Southern BentgrassDry soils of barrens, fields, and rock outcrops.MD west to s. OH, and e. KS, south to Panhandle FL (Gadsden County) and c. TX.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis giganteaRedtop, Black BentgrassFields, pastures, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis hyemalisTicklegrass, Small Bentgrass, HairgrassMoist to dry fields, meadows, and roadsides, sometimes also in barrens or thin soils over outcrops.ME west to WI, south to FL and TX.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis mertensiiArctic BentgrassIn thin soil of high elevation rocky summits; also in riverside flood scour areas at much lower elevations.Circumboreal, in North America south to ME (Mt. Katahdin), NH (White Mountains), VT, NY (Adirondack Mountains), WV (Spruce Knob), TN (Roan Mountain, Abrams Creek), NC (Roan Mountain, Big Yellow Mountain, Black Mountains), QC, BC, CO, UT (?), and AK.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis perennansUpland Bent, Autumn BentgrassMesic to dry forests, woodlands, barrens, clearings, disturbed areas, and also in a variety of wetlands such as bogs, fens, seepage swamps, and depressions.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN, south to n. FL and TX; c. Mexico south to c. South America.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis scabraFly-away Grass, Rough BentgrassBogs, fens, seeps, meadows, old fields, other open habitats.Throughout North America, though mainly in cooler climates (ne. and w. United States, Canada), south to s. Mexico; ne. Asia.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis stoloniferaCreeping BentgrassDisturbed areas, wet, moist, or dry.Native of Europe.image of plant
PoaceaeAgrostis exarataSpike BentgrassDisturbed areas.Native of w. North America, a waif in e. North America. Reported for very widely scattered sites in e. North America, including Leslie County, KY (Kartesz 2010, 2020).

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