Poa secunda ssp. ampla Big bluegrass. Douglasia: WA: Literature: 2000. In 1892, Sandberg collected a plant near Lewiston, Idaho which was described the following year by Vasey as In eastern Washington it is found in open grassland and open Ponderosa pine forest. ... USDA PLANTS Profile (POSE) BONAP Distribution Map. Conflicting evidence from observations and experiments. ; Artemisia tridentata; Pseudoroegneria spicata; algorithms; biodiversity; ecological restoration; ecosystems; environmental factors; field experimentation; grasses; grasslands; growing season; indigenous species; mixing; models; plant density; plant establishment; probability; seedlings; seeds; sowing; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2017.08.005. Hitchcock, A.S. (rev. ; Artemisia tridentata subsp. 1992. Modification of Diet and Foraging Range by Harvester Ants in Response to Altered Seed Availability, Journal of insect behavior 2018 v.31 no.4, Seedling Defoliation and Drought Stress: Variation in Intensity and Frequency Affect Performance and Survival☆, Rangeland ecology & management 2018 v.71 no.1, Seedling Defoliation and Drought Stress: Variation in Intensity and Frequency Affect Performance and Survival, Water transport properties of root cells contribute to salt tolerance in halophytic grasses, American journal of plant sciences 2016 v.7 no.3, Seasonal Timing of Fire Alters Biomass and Species Composition of Northern Mixed Prairie, Rangeland ecology & management 2018 v.71 no.6, Optimal prescribed burn frequency to manage foundation California perennial grass species and enhance native flora, Biodiversity and conservation 2017 v.26 no.11. In 1892, Sandberg collected a plant near Lewiston, Idaho which was described the following year by Vasey as Poa sandbergii… Poa secunda, a monocot, is a perennial grassthat is nativeto California and NAM/WW. Poa secunda (variously known by the common names of Sandberg bluegrass, alkali bluegrass, big bluegrass, Canby's bluegrass, Nevada bluegrass, one-sided bluegrass, Pacific bluegrass, pine blugrass, slender bluegrass, wild bluegrass, and curly bluegrass.) Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share . ; Bromus tectorum; Elymus elymoides; basins; die-off; dry environmental conditions; indigenous species; seedbeds; seedlings; seeds; vigor; Nevada; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2015.08.011. USDA NRCS. Previous scientific name(s): Poa ampla. sandbergii Sandberg bluegrass Formerly known as Poa sandbergii. This grass is one of the first to ; Agropyron cristatum; Pseudoroegneria spicata; belowground biomass; defoliation; demographic statistics; grasses; herbivores; mortality; perennials; root shoot ratio; seedlings; tillering; vegetation; water stress; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2017.06.014. Poa secunda J. Presl Sandberg bluegrass. General Distribution: Arid and semi-arid parts of the western US and Canada where mean annual precipitation ranges from 10-22 inches. ; Amsinckia; annuals; flora; forbs; grasses; grasslands; indigenous species; introduced species; life history; perennials; phenology; prescribed burning; species diversity; spring; thatch; wildfires; California; ; Bromus tectorum; Elymus elymoides; basins; die-off; dry environmental conditions; indigenous species; seedbeds; seedlings; seeds; vigor; Nevada; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2015.08.011. ; cultivars; flowering; flowers; germplasm; hairs; interspecific hybridization; ; Artemisia tridentata subsp. ; Artemisia tridentata; Pseudoroegneria spicata; algorithms; biodiversity; ecological restoration; ecosystems; environmental factors; field experimentation; grasses; grasslands; growing season; indigenous species; mixing; models; plant density; plant establishment; probability; seedlings; seeds; sowing; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2017.08.005. USDA Plant Characteristics. Toggle facets Limit your search Grassland Science. is a widespread species of grass native to North and South America. ; Agropyron cristatum; Agropyron fragile; Elymus lanceolatus; Elymus wawawaiensis; Pascopyrum smithii; Psathyrostachys juncea; Taeniatherum caput-medusae; biomass production; carrying capacity; cool season grasses; cultivars; forage; herbicides; indigenous species; land restoration; livestock; rangelands; stand establishment; vegetation; Snake River; Washington (state); ; Agropyron cristatum; Agropyron fragile; Elymus lanceolatus; Elymus wawawaiensis; Pascopyrum smithii; Psathyrostachys juncea; Taeniatherum caput-medusae; biomass production; carrying capacity; cool season grasses; cultivars; forage; herbicides; indigenous species; land restoration; livestock; rangelands; vegetation; Washington (state); https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2016.11.002. Transfer of the perfect flower trait from Poa secunda to Poa arachnifera. 2014. Cheatgrass die-offs as an opportunity for restoration in the Great Basin, USA: Will local or commercial native plants succeed where exotic invaders fail? ; Bromus tectorum; Pogonomyrmex salinus; diet; economics; food composition; foraging; harvester ants; insect behavior; nests; seed collecting; seeds; social insects; temporal variation; http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10905-018-9685-x. Last revised by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team: Curated and maintained by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center Data Documentation. wyomingensis; annuals; basins; botanical composition; environmental factors; forbs; grasses; indigenous species; introduced plants; moieties; perennials; rangelands; sand fraction; shrubs; soil texture; vegetation cover; North America; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2019.10.006. Poa candyi (Scribn.) A modelling framework for improving plant establishment during ecological restoration, Revegetation of Medusahead-Invaded Rangelands in the Channeled Scablands of Eastern Washington☆,☆☆, Rangeland ecology & management 2017 v.70 no.3, Revegetation of Medusahead-Invaded Rangelands in the Channeled Scablands of Eastern Washington, A New Species of Trigonotylus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae: Stenodemini) from Central Oregon, United States. ... Poa secunda J. Presl ssp. A Large Image of Poa secunda (Sandberg bluegrass) from the USDA PLANTS database : Name Search: name search type enter a search name State ... Poa secunda J. Presl - Sandberg bluegrass POSE. Poa secunda. Biological soil crust diversity and composition in southwest Idaho, U.S.A. 2014. ; Poa fendleriana; Poa pratensis; heritability; seed germination; seedling growth; soil water potential; http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ajps.2016.73053. Contributed by: USDA NRCS Plant Materials Program Alternate Names big bluegrass; Poa ampla, Poa canbyi, Poa confuse, Poa gracillima, Poa sandbergii, Poa scabrella, Poa nevadensis, Poa laevigata, Poa juncifolia, Poa incurve; some of these synonyms, such as Poa nevadensis are sometimes recognized at the species level in some states. Poa secunda (variously known by the common names of Sandberg bluegrass, alkali bluegrass, big bluegrass, Canby's bluegrass, Nevada bluegrass, one-sided bluegrass, Pacific bluegrass, pine blugrass, slender bluegrass, wild bluegrass, and curly bluegrass.) is a widespread species of grass native to North and South America. ID - 65583. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center focused on protecting and preserving North America's native plants through native plant lists and image galleries, conservation, education, natural landscapes, seed collection - Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) Project, preserving and restoring native communities, spreading awareness on invasive species and gardening to attract wildlife. ; Poa pratensis; Puccinellia; acidification; aquaporins; cytoplasm; gas exchange; grasses; halophytes; hydraulic conductivity; hydroponics; leaves; photosynthesis; root hydraulic conductivity; roots; salt stress; salt tolerance; shoots; sodium; sodium chloride; tissues; transpiration; water content; water uptake; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plantsci.2018.08.001. Poa scabrella or pine bluegrass was formerly recognized as a separate species. ; Trigonotylus; male genitalia; new species; Oregon; Effects of a Companion Plant on the Formation of Mycorrhizal Propagules in Artemisia tridentata Seedlings, Rangeland ecology & management 2020 v.73 no.1, Transfer of the perfect flower trait from, Native Vegetation Composition in Crested Wheatgrass in Northwestern Great Basin, Effects of competition with Bromus tectorum on early establishment of, Characterization of Adult Functional Traits of Local Populations and Cultivars of Sandberg Bluegrass and Bottlebrush Squirreltail Perennial Bunchgrasses, Weak interspecific interactions in a sagebrush steppe? Poa secunda also is tolerant of disturbances, which include not only fire but also grazing, frost heaving, and invasion by non-native plants. International Plants Names Index. sandbergii(Vasey) B.Boivin Poa secunda(variously known by the common names of Sandberg bluegrass,alkali bluegrass,big bluegrass,Canby's bluegrass,Nevada bluegrass,one-sided bluegrass,Pacific bluegrass,pine blugrass,slender bluegrass,wild bluegrass,and curly bluegrass. Provided by USDA NRCS Wetland Science Institute (WSI). ; androgenesis; dihaploidy; haploidy; homozygosity; interspecific hybridization; ; Artemisia; Bromus japonicus; C3 plants; Hesperostipa comata; Vulpia; aboveground biomass; arid lands; autumn; ecosystems; fires; forbs; grasses; grasslands; grazing; growing season; indigenous species; introduced plants; plant communities; species diversity; spring; summer; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2018.06.005. 29 relaciones. You searched for: Poa secunda Remove constraint Poa secunda Start Over. PO Box 188 * Coaldale, CO 81222 * 719-942-3935 * info@westernnativeseed.com Characteristics used to separate these entities vary even within a single population and can result from environmental conditions or a tendency for individual plants to be self-fertile Poa secunda Buckwheat Eriogonum spp. Occurs on a variety of sites but is intolerant of poorly drained soils or high water tables. We asked whether wild‐collected seeds of two native plants, Elymus elymoides and Poa secunda, had traits more conducive to seedling establishment in degraded sites, relative to commercial sources. ; Puccinellia; acidification; aquaporins; cytoplasm; gas exchange; grasses; halophytes; hydraulic conductivity; hydroponics; leaves; photosynthesis; root hydraulic conductivity; roots; salt stress; salt tolerance; shoots; sodium; sodium chloride; tissues; transpiration; water content; water uptake; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plantsci.2018.08.001. sandbergii Sandberg bluegrass Formerly known as Poa sandbergii. secunda Common names Sandberg's bluegrass in English pâturin de … Poa secunda ssp. Symbol Key - POSE. Social. A Texas bluegrass (Poa arachnifera) population has been developed that successfully integrates the perfect flower trait from Poa secunda through interspecific hybridization. Poa secunda es una especie de planta herbácea perteneciente a la familia de las poáceas. Culms reach 60 to 130 4 to 48 cm (2 in) tall, with basal leaves growing to 40 cm (16 in) long and 1.5 to 3.5 mm (1/16 to 1/8 in) wide. Frequency of androgenesis in Poa arachnifera × P. ligularis and P. poiformis hybridizations, Transfer of the perfect flower trait from Poa secunda to Poa arachnifera, Invasive Bromus tectorum alters natural selection in arid systems, A modelling framework for improving plant establishment during ecological restoration, Revegetation of Medusahead-Invaded Rangelands in the Channeled Scablands of Eastern Washington☆,☆☆, Rangeland ecology & management 2017 v.70 no.3, Revegetation of Medusahead-Invaded Rangelands in the Channeled Scablands of Eastern Washington, Grazing Effects on Precipitation-Driven Associations between Sagebrush and Perennial Grasses, Western North American naturalist 2016 v.76 no.3. wyomingensis; Elymus elymoides; atmospheric precipitation; basins; canopy; drought; grasses; grazing intensity; indigenous species; nurse plants; perennials; plant communities; United States; Effects of a Companion Plant on the Formation of Mycorrhizal Propagules in Artemisia tridentata Seedlings, Rangeland ecology & management 2020 v.73 no.1, Native Vegetation Composition in Crested Wheatgrass in Northwestern Great Basin, Weak interspecific interactions in a sagebrush steppe? Bottlebrush Squirreltail Elymus elymoides Mid-Rooted Perennial Bunchgrass Bottlebrush Squirreltail Elymus elymoides 61:41-411. canbyi) but more drought tolerant. General: Perennial, more or less densely tufted grass from fibrous roots; stems 15-120 cm tall. Grassland Science. wyomingensis; annuals; basins; botanical composition; environmental factors; forbs; grasses; indigenous species; introduced plants; moieties; perennials; rangelands; sand fraction; shrubs; soil texture; vegetation cover; North America; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2019.10.006. Data Source. ; Bromus tectorum; Pogonomyrmex salinus; diet; economics; food composition; foraging; harvester ants; insect behavior; nests; seed collecting; seeds; social insects; temporal variation; http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10905-018-9685-x. Last revised by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team: Curated and maintained by: Alternate names: Another common name is Sandberg bluegrass. Download a high-resolution JPEG image of Poa secunda (518 KB) Time Generated: 11/09/2020 02:40 AM CST PLANTS Home | USDA.gov | NRCS | Site Map | Policies and Links One sided blue grass, Pine bluegrass, Sandberg bluegrass Poa secunda, a monocot, is a perennial grass that is native to ... USDA PLANTS Profile (POSE) BONAP Distribution Map. The resulting perfect flowered P. arachnifera population is perennial, rhizomatous and lacks the cobweb‐like hairs that are a typical characteristic of the P. arachnifera parent. Poa secunda J. Presl. Poa compressa: plants with elongate rhizomes, lemmas keeled on the abaxial surface, and stems strongly compressed (vs. P. secunda, the plants lacking elongate rhizomes, lemmas +/- rounded on the abaxial surface, scarcely keeled, and stems terete to weakly compressed). secunda, a monocot, is a perennial grass that is native to California and and is also found elsewhere in North America and beyond. is a widespread species of perennial bunchgrass native to North and South America. Photo from USDA-NRCS. In the past, this complex included 45 named species however, through greenhouse studies and further testing there are now only seven accepted species. Cool-season, perennial bunchgrass with shallow, fibrous root system, sometimes spreading by short rhizomes. A Texas bluegrass (Poa arachnifera) population has been developed that successfully integrates the perfect flower trait from Poa secunda through interspecific hybridization. Poa secunda J. Presl Sandberg bluegrass. Poa secunda was collected between 1790 and 1794 in “cordilleras Chilensibus” by Thaddeus Haenke and was described by Presl in 1830. Short, cool season, drought tolerant, perennial bunchgrass similar to P. canbyi but is more drought tolerant, less productive on favorable sites but more productive on poorer sites, and matures earlier in the year. Media in category "Poa secunda"The following 189 files are in this category, out of 189 total. USDA NRCS Corvallis PMC . B. tectorum and P. secunda … Caution: The Poa secunda complex represents a Perennial Forb Perennial Forb (Nitrogen-fixing) Lupine Lupinus spp. Search efloras.org (Flora of North America) Landscape information from Calscape. Manual of the grasses of the United States. Denver Public Library. General: Perennial, more or less densely tufted grass from fibrous roots; stems 15-120 cm tall. Poa secunda. Leaves: Sheath margins open 3/4-9/10 their length; sterile shoots emerging inside sheaths and breaking through the sheath bases; blades 0.4-3 (5) mm wide, often glaucous (ssp. Biological soil crust diversity and composition in southwest Idaho, U.S.A. P. stenanthavar. ID - 65583. Data Source. Usage Requirements. Ggenerate and integrate knowledge and information to provide credible prediction, early detection, and quantitative assessment of environmental threats in the western United States Poa secunda (variously known by the common names of Sandberg bluegrass, alkali bluegrass, big bluegrass, Canby's bluegrass, Nevada bluegrass, one-sided bluegrass, Pacific bluegrass, pine blugrass, slender bluegrass, wild bluegrass, and curly bluegrass.) juncifolia (Scribn.) ; Bromus tectorum; control methods; cultivars; ecological invasion; environmental factors; genetic background; genetic variation; germplasm; grasslands; greenhouses; indigenous species; invasive species; landscapes; plant communities; planting; ; Elymus elymoides; adults; air drying; basins; biomass; carbon; cultivars; grasses; indigenous species; leaf length; nitrogen content; nutritive value; perennials; plant height; sandy loam soils; seedlings; trees; Nevada; ; Artemisia tripartita; Pseudoroegneria spicata; dominant species; grasses; interspecific competition; models; perennials; population size; prediction; regression analysis; shrubs; steppes; ; Artemisia; Buellia; Caloplaca; Cladonia; Diploschistes; Endocarpon; Krascheninnikovia lanata; Leptogium; Psora; Riccia; Toninia; Trapeliopsis; biological soil crusts; educational institutions; habitats; indicator species; species richness; type collections; vascular plants; Idaho; Wyoming; http://dx.doi.org/10.1639/0007-2745-122.1.010. ‘Sherman’ big bluegrass. Mail Download a high-resolution JPEG image of Poa secunda (518 KB) Time Generated: 11/09/2020 02:40 AM CST PLANTS Home | USDA.gov | NRCS | Site Map | Policies and Links The type specimen Poa secundawas for collected between 1790 and 1794 in “cordilleras Chilensibus” by Thaddeus Haenke and was described by Presl in 1830. The resulting perfect flowered P. arachnifera population is perennial, rhizomatous and lacks the cobweb‐like hairs that are a typical characteristic of the P. arachnifera parent. 1950. (Big bluegrass) is also a native bluegrass. the USDA-ARS and does not imply their approval to the exclusion of other suitable products. Poa secunda is a complex of cool-season perennial bunchgrasses that mature early in the growing season and are dormant by early summer. Poa secunda is a native cool-season, perennial bunchgrass with an extensive, deep, fibrous root system making it drought tolerant and resistant to grazing and trampling. T.Howell Poa secunda var. The most common native bluegrass in the arid Western U.S. ; Artemisia tridentata; Glomeraceae; fertilizer application; genes; greenhouse experimentation; mycorrhizae; mycorrhizal fungi; phosphorus; phosphorus fertilizers; potting mix; ribosomal RNA; roots; seedlings; shrubs; soil; spores; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2019.09.002. Bluebunch Wheatgrass Pseudoroegneria spicata Deep-Rooted Perennial Bunchgrass Sagebrush Artemesia spp. ; Artemisia tridentata subsp. Symbol Key - POSE. Documentation State Type; 1991. Modification of Diet and Foraging Range by Harvester Ants in Response to Altered Seed Availability, Journal of insect behavior 2018 v.31 no.4, Seedling Defoliation and Drought Stress: Variation in Intensity and Frequency Affect Performance and Survival☆, Rangeland ecology & management 2018 v.71 no.1, Seedling Defoliation and Drought Stress: Variation in Intensity and Frequency Affect Performance and Survival, Seasonal Timing of Fire Alters Biomass and Species Composition of Northern Mixed Prairie, Rangeland ecology & management 2018 v.71 no.6, Water transport properties of root cells contribute to salt tolerance in halophytic grasses Poa juncifolia and Puccinellia nuttalliana, Optimal prescribed burn frequency to manage foundation California perennial grass species and enhance native flora, Biodiversity and conservation 2017 v.26 no.11, Seed germination of five Poa species at negative water potentials, American journal of plant sciences 2016 v.7 no.3. Last revised by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team: Curated and maintained by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center Data Documentation. Poa secunda ssp. Provided by USDA NRCS Wetland Science Institute (WSI). Formerly P. sandbergii.Short, cool season, drought tolerant perennial bunchgrass similar to Canby’s bluegrass (P. secunda ssp. Poa secunda J. Presl. Uses Data Source and References for Poa secunda (Sandberg bluegrass) from the USDA PLANTS database 1999. Data Source. Flickr photos above were identified by the individual photographers but not reviewed by EoPS. ITIS Original Publication citation. ; Artemisia tripartita; Pseudoroegneria spicata; dominant species; grasses; interspecific competition; models; perennials; population size; prediction; regression analysis; shrubs; steppes; ; Elymus elymoides; adults; air drying; basins; biomass; carbon; cultivars; grasses; indigenous species; leaf length; nitrogen content; nutritive value; perennials; plant height; sandy loam soils; seedlings; trees; Nevada; ; Artemisia; Buellia; Caloplaca; Cladonia; Diploschistes; Endocarpon; Krascheninnikovia lanata; Leptogium; Psora; Riccia; Toninia; Trapeliopsis; biological soil crusts; educational institutions; habitats; indicator species; species richness; type collections; vascular plants; Idaho; Wyoming; http://dx.doi.org/10.1639/0007-2745-122.1.010. Transfer of the perfect flower trait from Poa secunda to Poa arachnifera. Dữ liệu liên quan tới Poa secunda tại Wikispecies; Phương tiện liên quan tới Poa secunda tại Wikimedia Commons Trang này được sửa đổi lần cuối vào ngày 19 tháng 8 năm 2020 lúc 01:13. Geographic subdivisions for Poa secunda: : MAP CONTROLS 1. Poa secunda (variously known by the common names of Sandberg bluegrass, alkali bluegrass, big bluegrass, Canby's bluegrass, Nevada bluegrass, one-sided bluegrass, Pacific bluegrass, pine blugrass, slender bluegrass, wild bluegrass, and curly bluegrass.) Services . Interpretation  Poa secunda. Seeds were collected from four remnant native populations within lands managed by the Winnemucca Bureau of Land Management. Poa secunda Name Synonyms Poa californica Munro Poa californica Munro ex Coult. Poa secunda ssp. Conflicting evidence from observations and experiments, Characterization of Adult Functional Traits of Local Populations and Cultivars of Sandberg Bluegrass and Bottlebrush Squirreltail Perennial Bunchgrasses. Cheatgrass die-offs as an opportunity for restoration in the Great Basin, USA: Will local or commercial native plants succeed where exotic invaders fail? Data Source and References for Poa secunda (Sandberg bluegrass) from the USDA PLANTS database : Name Search: name search type enter a search name State Search ... Poa secunda J. Presl Sandberg bluegrass. ; Artemisia tridentata; Glomeraceae; fertilizer application; genes; greenhouse experimentation; mycorrhizae; mycorrhizal fungi; phosphorus; phosphorus fertilizers; potting mix; ribosomal RNA; roots; seedlings; shrubs; soil; spores; https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2019.09.002. 2005). Poa secunda also is tolerant of disturbances, which include not only fire but also grazing, frost heaving, and invasion by non-native plants. Journal of New Seeds, ... Poa secunda J. Presl. ; Poa arachnifera; Poa ligularis; androgenesis; dihaploidy; haploidy; homozygosity; interspecific hybridization; ; Poa arachnifera; cultivars; flowering; flowers; germplasm; hairs; interspecific hybridization; ; Artemisia; Bromus tectorum; Elymus multisetus; annuals; community structure; ecosystem services; ecosystems; fine roots; grasses; indigenous species; invasive species; landscapes; natural selection; perennials; phenotype; seed weight; seedlings; Intermountain West region; http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12852. In the Great Basin, P. secunda is one of few native grasses that can compete successfully with the invasive non-native Bromus tectorum by maintaining more positive and stable growth rates at all temperatures than B. tectorum (Monaco et al. Documentation State Type; Michigan Natural Features Inventory. ; Agropyron cristatum; Agropyron fragile; Elymus lanceolatus; Elymus wawawaiensis; Pascopyrum smithii; Psathyrostachys juncea; Taeniatherum caput-medusae; biomass production; carrying capacity; cool season grasses; cultivars; forage; herbicides; indigenous species; land restoration; livestock; rangelands; stand establishment; vegetation; Snake River; Washington (state); ; Agropyron cristatum; Agropyron fragile; Elymus lanceolatus; Elymus wawawaiensis; Pascopyrum smithii; Psathyrostachys juncea; Taeniatherum caput-medusae; biomass production; carrying capacity; cool season grasses; cultivars; forage; herbicides; indigenous species; land restoration; livestock; rangelands; vegetation; Washington (state); https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2016.11.002. West Region, Sacramento. Short, cool season, drought tolerant, perennial bunchgrass similar to P. canbyi but is more drought tolerant, less productive on favorable sites but more productive on poorer sites, and matures earlier in the year. Poa secunda Sandberg bluegrass Poa sieberiana snow grass Poa sierrae Sierra bluegrass Poa sinaica . above to be ecotypes, forms, or cultivars within the Poa secunda complex [33,40,41,70]. secunda Poa tenuifolia Buckley Homonyms Poa secunda subsp. You can change the display of the base map and layers by clicking on the layer control box in the upper right-hand corner. Big bluegrass (Poa ampla) This is the most robust species within the Sandberg bluegrass complex. Hydrologic relationships were associated with discrete plant taxa: Higher runoff was correlated with Sandberg bluegrass (Poa secunda) and western aster (Symphyotrichum ascendens). It has since been combined with up to 44 other bluegrasses into a large complex known as Poa secunda or Sandberg bluegrass. Plant symbol = POSE Contributed by: USDA, NRCS, Bridger Pant Materials Center Alternate Names: little bluegrass Description Sandberg bluegrass (Poa secunda J. Western wetland flora: Field office guide to plant species. is a widespread species of grass native to Nor is a cool-season, perennial bunchgrass that matures early in the growing season. In addition, P. secunda has been shown to be less damaged by fire than other native bunch-grasses in shrub–steppe communities of the Intermoun-tain West [5]. Robert H. Mohlenbrock. Presl.) secunda Poa secunda var. Poa secunda Presl., Sandberg’s bluegrass, is a native perennial grass known to have a similar phenology to B. tectorum [4]. Occurs in dry sagebrush and mountain shrub communities, and occasionally on … Leaves: Sheath margins open 3/4-9/10 their length; sterile shoots emerging inside sheaths and breaking through the sheath bases; blades 0.4-3 (5) mm wide, often glaucous (ssp.
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