Found predominately from eastern Arizona through the southern half of New Mexico and
into western Texas. The similar Lycurus setosus has longer bristles at the tips of
the upper leaves (these are shorter or absent in L. phleoides) and longer, generally
undivided or less deeply divided, ligules.
Inflorescences in Fillmore Canyon, west side of the Organ Mountains, Doña Ana
County, New Mexico, 21 Sep 2008.
Spikelets in Fillmore Canyon on the west side of the Organ Mountains, 21 Sep 2008.
A ligule in Fillmore Canyon on the west side of the Organ Mountains, 21 Sep 2008.
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