Bermuda grass

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Bermuda grass

cynodondactylon.
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We move on, passing wild grapevines and straggly wire grass.
Wire grass (Deschampsia flexuosa) is especially important, as it remains green long after summer, even after the first snow has fallen.
These days, the biggest threats to the pine ecosystem are invasion by hardwood forests (which occurs when native wire grass is plowed or natural fires are suppressed), and outright replacement by tree farms and agricultural development.