Glyceria


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Glyceria

genus of grasses of the Poaceae family; cause cyanide poisoning. Includes G. maxima (G. aquatica, reed sweet grass), G. striata (fowl manna grass).
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Only a few species, however, have consistently been found in nearly all seeps examined, including Agrostis gigantea (red top), Aster lateriflorus (side-flowering aster), Carex lurida (lurid sedge), Equisetum arvense (common horsetail), Eupatorium perfoliatum (perfoliate bone set), Glyceria striata (fowl manna grass), Impatiens capensis, Leersia virginica (white grass), Mimulus ringens (sessile monkey flower), Lobelia siphilitica (great blue lobelia), and Pilea pumila (clearweed).
a group that includes all elements of Meliceae (with Schizachne sister of a clade that includes the two representatives of Glyceria and the two representatives of Melica); and a group in which Vulpia is sister of a clade that includes all elements of Agrostideae.
Glyceria maxima (Hartman) Holmberg (Poaceae, sweet reed grass) is reported for Illinois based on recently collected specimens from Illinois Beach State Park, Lake County, Illinois.
The compressed sheaths with a rough texture suggested Glyceria maxima (Hartman) Holmberg.
Later in the season, on 4 August 2006, Nelson collected flowering material of Glyceria maxima (Nelson s.
vulpinoidea, and the grasses Cinna arundinacea, Glyceria striata, and Phalaris arundinacea.
This meadow was dominated by three plants, Glyceria striata, Leersia oryzoides, and Angelica atropurpurea.