Mon, 23 Aug 2004 15:33:49 -0400
Agrostis stolonifera is a bentgrass that commonly occurs on the edge of
saline-influenced habitats. The basally decumbent stems, long ligules,
and relatively short, congested inflorescence (relatively Agrostis
gigantea) identify this plant. Let me know if images would help and I
can send you one.
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Subject: Agrostis in salt marshes
Does anyone know which Agrostis is most likely to be found in salt
marshes, or in the brackish edge, in mid-coast Maine. Is it A.
stolonifera? Thanks, Lauren Stockwell