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Ajo Peak to Tinajas Altas: A flora of southwestern Arizona. Part 6. Poaceae – grass family

@inproceedings{Felger2014AjoPT,
  title={Ajo Peak to Tinajas Altas: A flora of southwestern Arizona. Part 6. Poaceae – grass family},
  author={Richard Stephen Felger and Sue Rutman and Jim Malusa},
  year={2014}
}
A floristic account is provided for the grass family as part of the vascular plant flora of the contiguous protected areas of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, and the Tinajas Altas Region in southwestern Arizona. This is the second largest family in the flora area after Asteraceae. A total of 97 taxa in 46 genera of grasses are included in this publication, which includes ones established and reproducing in the modern flora (86 taxa in 43 genera… 

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