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Poaceae Barnhart
Bull.Torrey Bot.Club 22:7 (1895)
Bromus L.
Sp.Pl. 1:76 (1753)
Bromus madritensis L.
Madrid Brome; Cent.Pl. 1:5 (1755)
Bromus molliformis J.Lloyd
Fl.Loire-Inf. 315 (1844)
Bromus mollis L.
Sp.Pl. Ed.2,1:112 (1762)
Bromus rubens L.
Red Brome; Cent.Pl. 1:5 (1755)
Bromus sterilis L.
Sp.Pl. 1:77 (1753)
Bromus unioloides (Willd.) Raspail
Ann.Sci.Nat. (Paris) 5:439 (1825)
Bromus willdenowii Kunth
Révis.Gramin. 1:134 (1829)
Capillipedium Stapf
Fl.Trop.Afr. 9:11, 169. (1918)
Capillipedium parviflorum (R.Br.) Stapf
Scentedtop; Prain, Fl.Trop.Afr. 9:69 (1917)
Capillipedium spicigerum S.T.Blake
Scentedtop; Natuurk.Verh.Holl.Maatsch.Wetensch.Haarlem 2(3):43-44 (1944)
Catapodium Link
Hort.Berol. 1:44,380 (1827)
Catapodium rigida (L.) Dony
Catapodium rigidum (L.) C.E.Hubb.
Rigid Fescue; Fl.Bedford. 437 (1953)
Cenchrus L.
Sp.Pl. 2:1049 (1753)
Cenchrus americanus (L.) Morrone
Pearl Millet; Ann.Bot. 106:127 (2010)
Cenchrus basedowii (Summerh. & C.E.Hubb.) Morrone
Spotter's Grass; Ann.Bot. 106:127 (2010)
Cenchrus biflorus Roxb.
Gallon's Curse; Fl.Indica 1:238-239 (1820)
Cenchrus brevisetosus (B.K.Simon) B.K.Simon
Austrobaileya 8:192 (2010)
Cenchrus brownii Roem. & Schult.
Syst.Veg. Ed. 16, 2:258 (1817)
Cenchrus ciliaris L.
Buffel Grass; Mant.Pl.Altera 302 (1771)

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