Dichanthelium arenicoloides (Ashe) LeBlond

Locations ofDichanthelium arenicoloides (Ashe) LeBlond in Virginia

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Botanical Name
Dichanthelium arenicoloides (Ashe) LeBlond
Common Name
Sandy Woods Panic Grass
Panicum aciculare Desv. ex Poir. var. arenicoloides (Ashe) Beetle
Flora of Virginia Name/Status
This species was first named by W.W. Ashe in 1900 as a species of Panicum and was in use for the first half of the century. Subsequent authors synonymized the name under either Dichanthelium (Panicum) aciculare or D. angustifolium. The new combination under Dichanthelium was made by Richard LeBlond in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 11(2):314-316 (2017), where he describes differences between D. arenicoloides and related species and provides a key to North American members of Dicahnthelium Section Angustifolia.
Dry, sandy soil of stablized dunes, sand ridges, and longleaf pine woodlands. Known from a single 1963 collection from Suffolk, City but critical examination of other collections of Sect. Angustifolia might reveal additional records.
Native Status

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