First photo taken by the creator of Dymabase himself: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/22769930
Name: Bulbous Meadow-Grass (Poa bulbosa)
Description: Grass forming dense clumps up to about 60 centimeters tall. The stems are smooth and hollow and usually have bulbous sections at their bases about a centimeter in length.
Distribution: Bulbous bluegrass, a native species in southern Asia, Europe, and northern Africa, has established outside cultivation in North America. It is much more common in the western than in the eastern United States. From North Dakota to Oklahoma and westward, bulbous bluegrass is common, but in the northeastern United States, bulbous bluegrass is generally restricted to fields, lawns, and meadows. Bulbous bluegrass is also reported from parts of southern Canada.
Reproduction: Although asexual regeneration is predominant, researchers found "surprisingly high levels of genetic diversity at the species and population level" when bulbous bluegrass bulbils were collected and grown from 10 populations in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. An average of 26 plants were grown from each population.
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