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They generally start sampling grasses after on months, but continue to suckle for 2
The grasses also act as a filter, clearing the bay of env
een collected in close proximity to the beach grasses Ammophila breviligulata and Calmovilfa longif
untains contrast with fields of waving native grasses and woodlands.
y general feeders and have been recorded from grasses and Taraxacum officinale.
and , in Europe, from leaf sheaths of various grasses and of Typha and Juncus, from Lipara galls on
y species after more resistant shrubs such as grasses and sedges had grown back.
Texas persimmons and an understory of briars, grasses, and weeds.
The larvae feed on various grasses and other low-growing plants.
It feeds mostly on grasses and cereals, but also on insects.
It is used to control grasses and broadleaf and woody plants.
e advantage of the exposed land and wealth of grasses and vegetation which took hold in the nutrien
in alternate years, similar to mast years in grasses and trees.
at landing is made made very difficult by the grasses and other plants that grow tall and thick but
r belt, it can be abundant, surrounded by low grasses and forbs that are brown most of the year; in
Prairie-type grasses and flowers are then encountered on the banks
rassquit feeds mainly on seeds, especially of grasses and weeds.
e del Mar, near Santander, conchology, ferns, grasses and other plants.
t is usually found in grassy plains with tall grasses and bushes, in small flocks.
ve in valley and upland areas, where they eat grasses and reeds.
enlarged toes discs to help in climbing small grasses and vegetation.
, stems and fruit stalks of Fragaria species, grasses and sedges.
ding vegetation is mainly composed of various grasses, and the area sees occasional fires.
Tall wild grasses and wild flowers grow among scattered trees m
but ants and crickets, mountains and rivers, grasses and trees are all innately Buddhas.
ALS Inhibitors affect grasses and dicots by inhibiting the first step in so
The site itself is overgrown with thorns, grasses, and scattered Christ's-thorn trees, and is u
He also collected many samples of mountain grasses and flowers, sending them to the Royal Botani
They are so named due to the presence of grasses and lichens such as the Cladonia species.
f Cyperaceae such as Carex sylvatica but also grasses and luzula campestris.
rseshoe Lagoon/Padman Park, as are introduced grasses and other weeds.
The Sind Sparrow feeds mainly on the seeds of grasses and other plants such as Polygonum plebeium.
d by chestnut oak and a variety of understory grasses and ferns.
osevelt Elk feed on herbaceous plants such as grasses and sedges.
larvae feed on the stems and roots of various grasses and low plants, including Petasites hybridus.
s of two species of pigeon grass, a few other grasses, and wild buckwheat have been found in their
dy soil and eat mostly seeds, large and small grasses and small leaves of plants.
Alpine marmots eat plants such as grasses and herbs, as well as grain, insects, spiders
The diet of wild yaks consists largely of grasses and sedges, such as Carex, Stipa, and Kobresi
e site contains a rich and unusual variety of grasses and herbs, including sedges and rushes.
Openings created by past fires support grasses and forbs, while areas not affected by fire a
ise's water intake comes from moisture in the grasses and wildflowers they consume in the spring.
s are phytophagous, many occurring on various grasses, and some are important vectors for cereal pa
species is found in flooded plants, primarily grasses and sedges, in black water (stained by tannin
ACCase Inhibitors kill grasses and inhibit the first step in lipid synthesis
ting montane zone vegetation, such as petals, grasses and leaves, onto strips of clear film leader.
ambs whilst feeding mainly on the poor upland grasses and heathers found on her native moorland.
he Brampton Hut roundabout, is rich in native grasses and biodiversity, in part owing to its neutra
sing gravels that were initially colonised by grasses and other Flowering Plants.
lants, studying forest trees and their woods, grasses, and agricultural plants of Africa.
y with native plant species such as cattails, grasses and sedges.
ed the following to me: I was once collecting grasses, and I saw a child from the House of Avtinas.
trees, flowers, grasses, and other plants).
Grasses and mushrooms, as well as insects, other inve
Grasses and sea-lavender populate the inter-tidal zon
The larvae are polyphagous on grasses and herbs.
They feed nocturnally on seeds, roots, nuts, grasses and insects.
The larvae feed on beets, grasses and tobacco.
The larvae feed on various grasses and cereal grains.
ckly forms a groundcover on open areas, among grasses, and in planting beds.
itional methods and support a wide variety of grasses and forbs.
The larvae feed on various grasses and reeds.
nvironemtn are stunted, but a wide variety of grasses and herbs may be found in the understory.
larly in Texas, wherever there are sufficient grasses and shrubs to sustain them.
He also researched grasses and the local flora of Bath, and was elected
Larvae have been recorded on various grasses and weeds.
dry mountainous terrain where they eat mainly grasses and leaves and are preyed upon by leopards, e
eed, witchgrass, and threadleaf" are the main grasses and sedges eaten by the Mottled Sand Grasshop
Other, less favored grasses and sedges include "sand bluestem, little blu
and is a nocturnal, semi-gregarious grazer of grasses and other vegetation.
Apple Trees, Pear Trees, Sumac, Beach Roses, Grasses and Common Reeds, together with a large Gull
ud.Plants on the island consist of salt-water grasses and a few trees.
It consists of ephemeris grasses and bushes, wormwood and similar long-term pl
e mangrove forests during the dry season when grasses and leaves turn pale yellow..
l the British flowering plants except for the grasses and sedges.
s there were supposed to be mosaics depicting grasses and flowers.
e Swallow nest consists of multiple layers of grasses and thin twigs, and is lined with large feath
The larva feeds on various grasses and related plants (such as Carex) and winter
Examples of non-host crops include grasses and many other monocotyledons.
growing earlier in the spring than most other grasses, and it tolerates heavy grazing better than s
such as rice, maize, sugarcane, and wheat are grasses, and many types of animal fodder are grasses)
site is overgrown with thory plants and short grasses and surrounded by eucalyptus trees.
ds including terrestrial annual and perennial grasses and broadleaved herbs, woody species, and rip
Small seasonal riparian plants, grasses, and wildflowers germinate with the ephemeral
acing slopes in association with other native grasses and forbs.
they reach the roots of other plants, mainly grasses, and then penetrate the roots of the "host" p
d filled with all types of plant life such as grasses and herbs, the organization of the nomes unde
ae feed on various garden crops, Chenopodium, grasses and sugarcane.
The nest is a thick-walled bowl of grasses and bits of bark lined with softer plant mate
Scrub brush, mesquite, juniper, grasses, and water-tolerant hardwoods grow around the
feeding on fruits, roots, tubers, palm nuts, grasses and invertebrates.
n a wide variety of desert plants, especially grasses and low broad-leaf plants.
enerally deciduous, a wide variety of shrubs, grasses, and other understory vegetation is also supp
ation, introduced plant species such as brome grasses, and alterations in the fire regime in the so
ound on rye, millet, rice, many types of wild grasses, and new corn shoots.
ually in shallow water in the company of tall grasses and sedges, which its inflorescence twines up
es in thick mountainous forest, where it eats grasses and leaves.
rcel of land has grown into a hill prairie of grasses and forbs characteristic of the tallgrass pra
-5 year rotational basis to invigorate native grasses and forbs and to set back cool season plant g
They construct spherical nests from grasses and other plant material, concealing them in
A wide variety of grasses and herbs are present in the meadows, includi
e gazelle consists of acacia and bush leaves, grasses, and herbs.
ntamination from fecal bacteria, and planting grasses and trees along the banks, which will reduce
The larvae feed on various grasses and herbs, including Thymus and Calluna and p
However, fine, less vigorous grasses are also common such as Sheep's Fescue (Festu
Reports of other foodplants, mainly grasses, are known to be erroneous.
These grasses are what allowed the bison population to thri
These grasses are sometimes called nit grass.
ularly where there is minimal landscaping and grasses are mowed.
The dominant grasses are red fescue and sweet vernal-grass.
can bison, the keystone species; the dominant grasses are blue grama (Bouteloua gracilis) and buffa
St. Augustine grasses are popularly used in pastures and ranches.
These grasses are native to the southwestern United States
good because it remains green when most other grasses are dry during the drought periods and it is
tion of Bermuda grass, although St. Augustine grasses are somewhat less drought tolerant.
urage herbivores from grazing, protecting the grasses around it as well.
Their diet consists mainly of grasses, as well as other plants and lichens.
The larvae feed on various grasses, as well as wheat, rye and other grains.
The larvae feed on various grasses, as well as Eriophorum and Juncus species.
to multi-stemmed eucalypts and the shrubs and grasses associated with them.
3,000 taxa of plants including: fruit trees, grasses, begonias, orchids, bromeliads, palms, aroids
mimosa) along with Prosopis juliflora and the grasses Bermuda grass and Dichanthium foveolatum (Ere
Taller wheat grasses better compete for sunlight, but tend to coll
that will eat herbs, roots, tubers, rhizomes, grasses, bird eggs, small rats and mice, lizards, fro
The larvae feed on grasses, but have been reported feeding on maize plan
are stem borers in various plants, especially grasses, but sometimes other herbaceous plants, shrub
The larvae feed on various grasses, but mainly Festuca species.
Zebras feed almost entirely on grasses, but may occasionally eat shrubs, herbs, twig
t eats seeds, legumes, rooted vegetables, and grasses, but also insects.
Its Latin name in the book Grasses by C E Hubbard, 1978, published by Penguin bo
Grasses by C E Hubbard, 1978, published by Penguin bo
The vegetation consists primarily of sparse grasses, cacti, desert shrubs, and scrub brush.
At high altitudes where grasses can be rare, ungulates can browse young aspen
vegetation including Wild Cherry, Beach Plum, Grasses, Chives, and Mock-orange.
The larvae feed on dead grasses, clover and probably other organic matter.
1963: Annotated List of Grasses Collected in the Congo Drainage Basin of Nort
Beckmannia is a small genus of grasses containing two species known generally as slo
nants become infected when they graze and eat grasses containing the L3 infecting larvae.
Hainardia is a monotypic genus of grasses containing the single species Hainardia cylin
ens, a drought-tolerant garden, an ornamental grasses display, a tropical garden, and a butterfly/h
larvae feed on seed heads of cereal crops and grasses, especially Phleum pratense.
mphs and adults feed on the inflorescences of grasses, especially timothy-grass (Phleum pratense).
ivoltine and its caterpillars feed on Poaceae grasses, especially Sheep's Fescue (Festuca ovina), M
The larvae feed on various grasses, especially Bromus species.
icates this lemur feeds almost exclusively on grasses especially the giant bamboo or Volohosy (Cath
The larva feeds on various grasses, especially the stems and roots.
s, favouring the growth of larger plants like grasses, ferns and herbs.
0 varieties), fragrance garden, collection of grasses, flower beds, and a mature arboretum with Aes
, eating a wide array of vegetation including grasses, flowers, and seeds and sometimes insects.
savanna but, since there were no angiosperms ( grasses, flowers, and some trees), the flora was quit
beneficial (lives and feeds in the thatch of grasses) for most of the year.
crambler, using other trees, shrubs and evens grasses for support.
ts and shrubs as well as sedges, lichens, and grasses found between the rocks on high peaks.
wo or three species of cane: stout, perennial grasses from the family Poaceae, native to the Medite
Lack of nutritious grasses generally affects the growth and development
the area as a particular mixture of herbs and grasses grow there due to its soil and climate and th
s a triazole fungicide used agriculturally on grasses grown for seed, mushrooms, corn, wild rice, p
t, specialising in agrostology - the study of grasses; he was considered "the world authority on th
Its diet consists of seeds and grasses, however the Jerboa needs very little water t
; Water Mannagrass) is a species of perennial grasses in the genus Glyceria native to Europe, the M
vated crops, the site is vegetated by various grasses in the farmland; cattails, Lyngbye's sedge, a
The adult is associated with various grasses in the vicinity of Grabouw, South Africa.
a monotypic genus of perennial stoloniferous grasses in the family Poaceae, subfamily Panicoideae.
The California native grasses in rangelands and native grasslands are affec
It has since become one of the most popular grasses in the south eastern states.
larvae feed on Paspalum conjugatum and other grasses in the mountains
most commonly C. dactylon, are grown as lawn grasses in warm temperate regions, such as the Sunbel
Deschampsia is a genus of grasses in the family Poaceae, commonly known as hair
m pratense and probably feed on various other grasses in the wild.
h March are a good time to see the ornamental grasses; in December, hollies are of interest.
e, wheat, rye, oats, timothy-grass, and other grasses in pastures, and meadows, with the most damag
Pleuraphis is a small genus of grasses in the Poaceae family known generally as gall
It grows as a terrestrial plant among short grasses in or around rice fields at altitudes from se
s a species of rhizomatous, tufted, perennial grasses in the mannagrass genus, found in all contine
Schizachyrium is a genus of grasses in the Poaceae family.
Stenotaphrum is a genus of grasses in the family Poaceae.
used to control broad-leaved weeds and annual grasses in vegetable crops such as leeks and potatoes
Cenchrus is a genus of about 25 species of grasses in the family Poaceae.
The grasses in this community contained a layer of taller
Tridens is a genus of perennial grasses in the Poaceae family native to the Americas.
The preference for shorter grasses in nesting areas seems related to a strong te
aurea nigra/Cynosurus cristatus) and dominant grasses include Sweet Vernal-grass (Anthoxanthum odor
Common grasses include Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scopar
Common grasses include red fescue, Festuca rubra, cock's foo
The larvae mines the leaves of certain grasses, including Dactylis glomerata.
The larvae feed on the roots of various grasses, including Festuca species.
The larvae feed on various coarse grasses, including Dactylis glomerata and Poa species
It feeds largely on seeds of grasses, including in Australia several exotic genera
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Ehrharta erecta, Panicum deustum a
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Microlaena stipoides, Ehrharta cal
vae feed on the flowers and leaves of various grasses, including Poa annua and Dactylis glomerata s
It feeds on various grasses including Deschampsia, Dactylis glomerata, Lo
d with coconut palms, scrub forest, herbs and grasses, including the species Tournefortia, Pisonia,
Food plants are grasses including Deschampsia ceaspitosa
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Puccinellia species.
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Ehrharta erecta.
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Gramineae species.
The larva feed on a various grasses, including Agropyron repens.
The larvae feed on grasses, including Blue Grama (Bouteloua gracilis).
d leaves of low-growing herbaceous plants and grasses, including Thymus praecox, Stellaria media, M
                                                                                                   


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