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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There are no pictures available bfomus this datasheet If you can supply pictures for this datasheet please contact: Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. This species reproduces entirely by seed. A variable plant in height and growth form with leaves mostly in a basal tuft.

Walsh N and Stajsic V. Both vegetative and sexual reproduction vegetative reproduction may be via cultivation, but not propagation.

Bromus catharticus – Wikipedia

S Path coefficient analysis for seed yield in Bromus catharticus. Search cathartiicus all groups Search within this group. On very dry soils is often an annual.

Bromus catharticus Scientific classification Kingdom: Amer; introduced to much of N. These restrictions may prevent the use of one or more of the methods referred to, depending on individual circumstances. Bromus schraderi Kunth, nom. May have some tolerance to drought and waterlogging. Related observations Show all. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. They can be either upright i. Sheldon Navie drooping seed-head Photo: Effect on threatened flora?


In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Very likely that at least one propagule will disperse greater one kilometre. Nomenclature and Classification Nomenclature and Classification.

Presl Shear, Bromus unioloides var. Bromus brongniartii Kunth Bromus haenkeanus J.

This species is thought to have originated in South America i. While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, DEEDI does not invite reliance upon it, nor accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by actions based on it.

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Bromus (Bromus catharticus)

Natural History Natural History. Bromus catharticus Vahl var. Rapid growth rate that will exceed most other species of the same life form. Little or negligible affect on water flow. You are free to re-use the work under that licence, on the condition that you credit the State of Victoria Agriculture Victoria as author, indicate if changes were made and comply with the other licence terms.


Sheldon Navie close-up of straw-coloured mature flower spikelets Photo: Sheaths retrorsley soft pubescent, the hairs sometimes confined to the throat; ligules long, up to 5 mm, glabrous to pilose, irregularly toothed; auricles small; blades flat, thin, cm long, mm broad, usually glabrous. Capacity to provide harbor and permanent warrens for foxes and rabbits throughout the year. Effect on non-threatened fauna? This applies to the rhizomes of Bromus purgans, L, and B.

The grass has a diploid number of Rescue brome grass ; Rescuegrass Catharticuss Flora of North America: Sheldon Navie mature flower spikelets Photo: Zerna unioloides Kunth Lindm. Presl Ceratochloa simplex Nees Ceratochloa submutica Steud. Can include ecosystem services. The sheaths are densely hairy.