Bothriochloa bladhii (Retz.) S.T. Blake
Determiner: B.L. Turner (TEX), 2012
Kirsti Harms s.n.
United States, TEXAS, Bell, NE Bell County; 70 acre private retored prairie NE of Temple, a few miles E of I-35, south of 935 and N & W of 438 and NW of Oenaville.
31d 8m 47.086s N; 97d 14m 53.315s
In blackland prairie, in disturbed area. Associated with Schizachyrium scoparium, Bothriochloa ischaemum and Bothriochloa laguroides ssp. torreyana. Area earlier had grown cotton and milo, with stands of trees dotted around and a thicket of Arundo donax, oaks, cedar elms and hackberries along the creek nearby. The B. bladhii was the sole species in a rounded patch 15-20 feet in diameter, noticeable because of its reddish color.
Record Id: 80177e0c-99f9-4012-a602-bbc0c460be8a