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alysis of the soil's organic component, since grasses leave a characteristic carbon-13 fingerprint.
ud.Plants on the island consist of salt-water grasses and a few trees.
ens, a drought-tolerant garden, an ornamental grasses display, a tropical garden, and a butterfly/h
The grasses also act as a filter, clearing the bay of env
Lack of nutritious grasses generally affects the growth and development
lants, studying forest trees and their woods, grasses, and agricultural plants of Africa.
The larva feed on a various grasses, including Agropyron repens.
However, fine, less vigorous grasses are also common such as Sheep's Fescue (Festu
Leaves, blossoms, ferns, and grasses were also used.
t eats seeds, legumes, rooted vegetables, and grasses, but also insects.
ation, introduced plant species such as brome grasses, and alterations in the fire regime in the so
lms, Hosta, Kniphofia, Ophiopogon, ornamental grasses, Polygonatum and allied genera, Rohdea, Salvi
explain her (Sullivan's) observations of dead grasses, plants and trees along the creek path near t
vegetation including Wild Cherry, Beach Plum, Grasses, Chives, and Mock-orange.
28 different species of plants consisting of grasses, sedges, and forbs.
, eating a wide array of vegetation including grasses, flowers, and seeds and sometimes insects.
Grasses, sedges, and sunflowers were also common.
rn Africa, and its diet consists primarily of grasses, twigs, and young shoots.
em, grazing was found to cause a reduction of grasses, sedges, and tree species and an increase in
s, favouring the growth of larger plants like grasses, ferns and herbs.
Grasshoppers prefer to eat grasses, leaves and cereal crops.
savanna but, since there were no angiosperms ( grasses, flowers, and some trees), the flora was quit
It is a basket of grasses, sedge, and mosses, lined with mud, and bound
The larvae feed on dead grasses, clover and probably other organic matter.
ng terrain where clay and sandy loams support grasses, mesquite, and cacti.
s at 600 to1,800 m.The larvae feed on various grasses (Brachypodium and Bromus sp. and sedges.
ones (which are dominated by Sphagnum mosses, grasses, sedges and shrubs).
ponds are often landscaped with a variety of grasses, shrubs and/or wetland plants to provide bank
As for the invasive grasses that are already here, it is important to kee
Other grasses that are frequent in the sward include meadow
ly known as paspalums, bahiagrasses or dallis grasses most are tall perennial American grasses.
ennials during the dry season may also remove grasses that are needed for survival during the wet s
old drifts of herbaceous perennial plants and grasses which are chosen for their structure as much
Chloris is a genus of grasses which are known generally as windmill grass o
hay meadows, which support a wide variety of grasses, such as common bent, Agrostis capillaris, sw
It feeds on various types of grasses such as Veldt Grass.
It cannot compete with introduced species of grasses, such as Brachiaria subquadripara, which are
The larvae feed on various grasses, such as sheep's fescue (Festuca ovina), smoo
remaining open savanna invaded by non-native grasses such as buffelgrass (Cenchrus ciliaris).
The larvae feed on various grasses, such as Panicum species (including Panicum p
Randia dumetorum, and Calotropis gigantea and grasses such as Imperata cylindrica, and Panicum maxi
e Ostermeier Prairie Center center on prairie grasses such as big bluestem, with some fire-resistan
can prairie grassland vegetation dominated by grasses (such as big bluestem, Andropogon gerardii )
The larvae feed on various grasses such as Festuca ovina.
er, lettuce, plantains and willows as well as grasses such as Poa.
in European meadows, where its larvae feed on grasses, such as Sheep's Fescue.
wheat and barley and to a lesser extent, wild grasses such as wheatgrasses, brome-grasses or ryegra
It grows among grasses such as muhly grass (Muhlenbergia sp.) specie
good conditions, stands of perennial prairie grasses such as cane bluestem, little bluestem, Big B
The larvae feed on various grasses, such as Poa and Deschampsia species.
itive desirable plants including broad-leaved grasses such as St Augustine can reduce the impact of
Parsonsia spp.) intertwine with tall swamp grasses (Phragmites australis);
ugar cane, but it also been observed on other grasses, including Bambusa arundinacea, Setaria itali
ent signatures, allowing the importance of C4 grasses to be detected through time in the δ13C recor
At high altitudes where grasses can be rare, ungulates can browse young aspen
0 varieties), fragrance garden, collection of grasses, flower beds, and a mature arboretum with Aes
onsisting of different proportions of shrubs, grasses, rocks, beech and pine forests.
ts and shrubs as well as sedges, lichens, and grasses found between the rocks on high peaks.
the female builds a discreet nest deep in the grasses, often binding living leaves into the soft fa
he Brampton Hut roundabout, is rich in native grasses and biodiversity, in part owing to its neutra
The nest is a thick-walled bowl of grasses and bits of bark lined with softer plant mate
word grass is a name used for some species of grasses with blades that are sharp enough to cut huma
can bison, the keystone species; the dominant grasses are blue grama (Bouteloua gracilis) and buffa
The larvae feed on grasses, including Blue Grama (Bouteloua gracilis).
een collected in close proximity to the beach grasses Ammophila breviligulata and Calmovilfa longif
It is used to control grasses and broadleaf and woody plants.
ds including terrestrial annual and perennial grasses and broadleaved herbs, woody species, and rip
The larvae feed on various grasses, especially Bromus species.
le may enjoy rolling views of green or yellow grasses on bumpy hills depending on what time of year
t is usually found in grassy plains with tall grasses and bushes, in small flocks.
It consists of ephemeris grasses and bushes, wormwood and similar long-term pl
Pzewalski's gazelles consists of sedges, and grasses, supplemented by herbs and shrubs such as Ast
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
nt communities, with remnant stands of native grasses of California.
Eleusine is a genus of grasses sometimes called by the common name goosegras
Erioneuron is a genus of grasses sometimes called by the common name woollygra
swamplands known as the Terai, here there are grasses that can grow 4 metres a year - so large they
arva feeds internally on the stems of various grasses (including Carex species, Luzula luzoloides,
tion of this grassland includes the following grasses: Sand Cat's-tail Phleum arenarium, Red Fescue
The larvae feed on various grasses and cereal grains.
The larva feeds on various grasses, including cereals (see list below).
It feeds mostly on grasses and cereals, but also on insects.
Apple Trees, Pear Trees, Sumac, Beach Roses, Grasses and Common Reeds, together with a large Gull
Apera is a small genus of annual grasses, known commonly as silkybent grass or windgra
Taller wheat grasses better compete for sunlight, but tend to coll
The larvae mines the leaves of certain grasses, including Dactylis glomerata.
The larvae feed on various coarse grasses, including Dactylis glomerata and Poa species
The larvae feed on various grasses, mainly Dactylis glomerata, Festuca rubra and
The larva feeds on various grasses including Dactylis, Deschampsia, Festuca and
h March are a good time to see the ornamental grasses; in December, hollies are of interest.
Food plants are grasses including Deschampsia ceaspitosa
It feeds on various grasses including Deschampsia, Dactylis glomerata, Lo
, brown with yellow stripes, feeds on various grasses including Deschampsia.
The vegetation consists primarily of sparse grasses, cacti, desert shrubs, and scrub brush.
ALS Inhibitors affect grasses and dicots by inhibiting the first step in so
good because it remains green when most other grasses are dry during the drought periods and it is
getation containing both annual and perennial grasses, which early in the region's history were use
that will eat herbs, roots, tubers, rhizomes, grasses, bird eggs, small rats and mice, lizards, fro
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Ehrharta erecta, Panicum deustum a
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Ehrharta erecta.
Prairie grasses were established between the water and the ob
ids) to the substrate, which can be rock, sea grasses, or even other bryozoans.
his art by weaving found vegetation, such as grasses, into extraordinary garments.
Given that the native prairie grasses were fairly tall when violets would bloom, I
It typically encompasses the true grasses (the family Poaceae), as well as the more gra
rew his motifs always from the natural world: grasses, water, feathers, opening petals, reflections
d by chestnut oak and a variety of understory grasses and ferns.
The larvae feed on the roots of various grasses, including Festuca species.
tlands have survived, dominated by sedges and grasses with few trees and shrubs.
es, their primary host plants are cool-season grasses, with fewer records on warm-season grasses.
Prairie-type grasses and flowers are then encountered on the banks
He also collected many samples of mountain grasses and flowers, sending them to the Royal Botani
ing on a wide range of plants including "lawn grasses, ornamental flowers, clover, dandelion, sheph
s there were supposed to be mosaics depicting grasses and flowers.
s a triazole fungicide used agriculturally on grasses grown for seed, mushrooms, corn, wild rice, p
r belt, it can be abundant, surrounded by low grasses and forbs that are brown most of the year; in
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
Openings created by past fires support grasses and forbs, while areas not affected by fire a
itional methods and support a wide variety of grasses and forbs.
acing slopes in association with other native grasses and forbs.
Reports topics include superstitions, grasses, moths, fungus and butterflies.
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Gramineae species.
mimosa) along with Prosopis juliflora and the grasses Bermuda grass and Dichanthium foveolatum (Ere
It is a strip planted with grasses (bunch grasses) and-or perennial plants, with
and early summer rainfall that allowed short grasses to grow.
These are tufty grasses with hairy spikelets.
Compared to other grasses, it has a relatively high protein percentage.
The larvae feed on grasses, but have been reported feeding on maize plan
ambs whilst feeding mainly on the poor upland grasses and heathers found on her native moorland.
nvironemtn are stunted, but a wide variety of grasses and herbs may be found in the understory.
A wide variety of grasses and herbs are present in the meadows, includi
Alpine marmots eat plants such as grasses and herbs, as well as grain, insects, spiders
e site contains a rich and unusual variety of grasses and herbs, including sedges and rushes.
d filled with all types of plant life such as grasses and herbs, the organization of the nomes unde
The larvae feed on various grasses and herbs, including Thymus and Calluna and p
The larvae are polyphagous on grasses and herbs.
e gazelle consists of acacia and bush leaves, grasses, and herbs.
larvae feed on various native and non-native grasses, including Heteropogon contortus and Paspalum
ed the following to me: I was once collecting grasses, and I saw a child from the House of Avtinas.
The larvae feed on grasses, possibly Idaho Fescue (Festuca idahoensis).
It was one of the grasses planted in areas disturbed by the Trans-Alask
It feeds largely on seeds of grasses, including in Australia several exotic genera
ckly forms a groundcover on open areas, among grasses, and in planting beds.
ountered from July through October feeding on grasses, usually in dry meadows and in arid and sunny
The larva feeds on all parts of various grasses, overwintering in this form.
1963: Annotated List of Grasses Collected in the Congo Drainage Basin of Nort
ACCase Inhibitors kill grasses and inhibit the first step in lipid synthesis
The last seven - concerning grasses, trees, insects and reptiles, fish, birds, wi
They feed nocturnally on seeds, roots, nuts, grasses and insects.
feeding on fruits, roots, tubers, palm nuts, grasses and invertebrates.
urage herbivores from grazing, protecting the grasses around it as well.
growing earlier in the spring than most other grasses, and it tolerates heavy grazing better than s
Reports of other foodplants, mainly grasses, are known to be erroneous.
These grasses were later managed by mowing in combination w
dry mountainous terrain where they eat mainly grasses and leaves and are preyed upon by leopards, e
e mangrove forests during the dry season when grasses and leaves turn pale yellow..
ting montane zone vegetation, such as petals, grasses and leaves, onto strips of clear film leader.
an altitude of 2500 m (8200')) with a diet of grasses, low-growing leaves, and tender shoots.
es in thick mountainous forest, where it eats grasses and leaves.
They are so named due to the presence of grasses and lichens such as the Cladonia species.
Common grasses include Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scopar
larvae feed on the stems and roots of various grasses and low plants, including Petasites hybridus.
n a wide variety of desert plants, especially grasses and low broad-leaf plants.
f Cyperaceae such as Carex sylvatica but also grasses and luzula campestris.
The larvae feed on various grasses, but mainly Festuca species.
Examples of non-host crops include grasses and many other monocotyledons.
such as rice, maize, sugarcane, and wheat are grasses, and many types of animal fodder are grasses)
Zebras feed almost entirely on grasses, but may occasionally eat shrubs, herbs, twig
But say, when soft the grasses o'er me wave,
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Microlaena stipoides, Ehrharta cal
beneficial (lives and feeds in the thatch of grasses) for most of the year.
ularly where there is minimal landscaping and grasses are mowed.
Grasses and mushrooms, as well as insects, other inve
These grasses are native to the southwestern United States
The preference for shorter grasses in nesting areas seems related to a strong te
ound on rye, millet, rice, many types of wild grasses, and new corn shoots.
habitat types include various types of beach grasses, live oak, loblolly pine, wax myrtle, cattail
and , in Europe, from leaf sheaths of various grasses and of Typha and Juncus, from Lipara galls on
y looked much as it does today- treeless with grasses representative of Pollen Assemblage Zone MNH-
They generally start sampling grasses after on months, but continue to suckle for 2
The nest is built in cattails, rushes, grasses, sedge, or in alder or willow bushes.
It grows as a terrestrial plant among short grasses in or around rice fields at altitudes from se
3,000 taxa of plants including: fruit trees, grasses, begonias, orchids, bromeliads, palms, aroids
The larvae feed on various grasses and other low-growing plants.
at landing is made made very difficult by the grasses and other plants that grow tall and thick but
e del Mar, near Santander, conchology, ferns, grasses and other plants.
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.
sing gravels that were initially colonised by grasses and other Flowering Plants.
trees, flowers, grasses, and other plants).
and is a nocturnal, semi-gregarious grazer of grasses and other vegetation.
enerally deciduous, a wide variety of shrubs, grasses, and other understory vegetation is also supp
They construct spherical nests from grasses and other plant material, concealing them in
an arresting of ecological development as the grasses kept out any native growths.
Therefore, the annual invasive grasses will outcompete the natives because they use
aces covered with a lush growth of shrubs and grasses; the park is also the site of an historic fis
e, wheat, rye, oats, timothy-grass, and other grasses in pastures, and meadows, with the most damag
The larvae feed on various grasses, primarily Phalaris arundinacea.
                                                                                                   


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