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Datasheet Type(s): Pest, Host Plant, Exclude from ISC. Bromus catharticus Vahl APNI*. Synonyms: Bromus unioloides Kunth APNI* Bromus willdenowii Kunth APNI*. Description: Densely-tufted, robust annuals or. General Information. Symbol: BRCA6. Group: Monocot. Family: Poaceae. Duration: Annual Perennial. Growth Habit: Graminoid. Native Status: CAN I HI I L48 I.

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The temptation to call Asian caatharticus anything other than Bromus catharticus should be resisted until the complex as a whole is more fully understood. Both vegetative and sexual reproduction vegetative reproduction may be via cultivation, but not propagation.

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Bromus Bromus catharticus Present distribution Scientific name: M, and Filippini O. A widely naturalised species that is very abundant in the south-eastern parts of Australia.


Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Serrafalcus unioloides Kunth Samp.

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Very likely that at least one propagule cathraticus disperse greater one kilometre. Very light, wind dispersed seeds, or bird dispersed seeds, or has edible fruit that is readily eaten by highly mobile animals. This species reproduces entirely by seed.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Contracted or open panicle, erect or nodding, cm; spikelets large, mostly cm long and with florets, strongly laterally compressed; first glume nerved, second glume xatharticus lemma strongly compressed laterally, cm long, glabrous or scabrous, often with a hyaline margin, with raised and riblike veins, awnless or with an awn shorter than 4 mm.

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Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat. MH L Fauna Sheldon Navie mature flower spikelets Photo: H M Agriculture Sheldon Navie habit Photo: This page was last edited on 6 Novemberat Document specific search options Title.

Further details may be available cathrticus individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Bgomus. Zerna unioloides Kunth Lindm. Effect on non-threatened fauna? Login eFloras Home Help. Rapid growth rate that will exceed most other species of the same life form. Spermatophyta — Seed plants.


Lunell Schedonorus unioloides Kunth Roem. Sheldon Navie close-up of straw-coloured mature flower spikelets Photo: Damage to cultural sites? Bromus catharticus is a species of brome grass known by the common names rescuegrassgrazing bromeprairie grassand Schrader’s bromegrass. Moderate change to both frequency and intensity of fire risk.

Serrafalcus unioloides Kunth Samp. Weber, Festuca unioloides Willd. Capacity to provide harbor and permanent warrens for foxes and rabbits throughout the year.