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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
PoaceaeEriochloa acuminata var. acuminataDisturbed areas, urban waste areas, waste areas near wool-combing mills.Presumably native of farther south and west. Reported for scattered locations in GA (Jones & Coile 1988, as E. gracilis). Reported for NC (Kartesz 1999), but the specimen basis is of cultivated material. Reported as well-established in Laurens County, SC (Bradley et al. [in prep.]).image of plant
PoaceaeEriochloa aristataBearded CupscaleDisturbed areas.Native of Mexico to South America.
PoaceaeEriochloa contractaPrairie CupgrassPrairies, roadsides, wet or moist disturbed areas, waste areas around wool-combing mills.IL, NE, CO, and NM south to MS, LA, TX, NM, and Mexico.image of plant
PoaceaeEriochloa fatmensisDisturbed areas, perhaps only a waif.Native of the paleotropics.
PoaceaeEriochloa michauxii var. michauxiiLongleaf CupgrassCoastal freshwater and slightly brackish marshes, pine flatwoods, pine rocklands, Florida prairies.Se. SC south to s. FL, west to s. FL Panhandle.image of plant
PoaceaeEriochloa michauxii var. simpsoniiSimpson’s CupgrassBeaches, dunes.Endemic to sw. FL.
PoaceaeEriochloa polystachyaCaribbean Cupgrass, Carib Grass, MalojillaDisturbed areas.Native of the West Indies, Central America, and South America.image of plant
PoaceaeEriochloa pseudoacrotrichaVernal CupgrassDisturbed areas.Native of Australia.
PoaceaeEriochloa punctataLouisiana CupgrassMarshes, creek banks.MS west to TX, and south to South America; West Indies. Reported for e. GA (FNA); record rejected in Kartesz (2020).
PoaceaeEriochloa sericeaTexas Cupgrass, Silky CupgrassBlackland prairies, coastal prairies, disturbed areas.KS south through OK to TX and n. Mexico (COA, TAM).
PoaceaeEriochloa villosaChinese CupgrassFields, meadows, other disturbed areas (open edge of railroad bed).Native of e. Asia. See Belden et al. (2004) for additional information about the first occurrence in Virginia.

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