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Mountain Brome

Bromus marginatus




First Noted by Expedition
June 5, 1806, at Camp Chopunnish, Idaho County, Idaho.
 

Description
Mountain brome is a member of the grass family (family Poaceae). Grasses are herbs, rarely woody, with cylindrical, jointed flowering stems (culms), hollow between the joints, leaves often mostly basal and tiny flowers aggregated into highly modified clusters.
 

Habitat
Grasses occur throughout the world in almost every habitat.
 

Range
The greatest diversity of grasses are found in the tropical zone, and the greatest abundance in the temperate regions.
 

Note
Species information from enature.com
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