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Typical perennial grasses include broomsedges (Andropogon virginicus and its allies) and locally Muhlenbergia capillaris.
Odum [7] found the distribution of cotton rats to be associated with broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus) and the broomsedge-shrub stage of succession.
Even if she worked her unhappiness into the soil; even if she cut down and burned it off with the broomsedge, it would still spring up again in the place where it had been.
Arguably, Barnes' most cited paper is his 1955 work titled "The Spider population of the abstract broomsedge community of the southeastern Piedmont.
roadsides with moderate-to-dense grassy cover; heavy stands of broomsedge and weeds associated with scattered stands of woody vegetation) yet still be suitable for this species (Schmidly 1983).
Common grasses were broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus), big bluestem (A.
The vegetation was dominated by broomsedge bluestem and only a few isolated trees (red cedars) were evident.
32) Other examples: "the colour of the broomsedge was overrunning the desolate hidden field of her life" (p.
Many grasslands on Fort Campbell contain at least some native warm-season grasses including little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), switchgrass (Panicum virgatum), Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans), and broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus).
Her obsessive effort to achieve "final obliteration" of the phallic broomsedge betrays an anxiety that the woman writer's success is always tenuous in the face of ever-threatening phallic intrusion; it is- only, she fears, "[a] few cultivated acres in the midst of an encroaching waste land