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Lovegrass

Lovegrass
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Genus: Eragrostis
Species
E. airoides
E. atropioides
E. atrovirens
E. bahiensis
E. barrelieri
E. capillaris
E. cilianensis
E. ciliaris
E. cumingii
E. curtipedicellata
E. curvala
E. curvula
E. cylindriflora
E. deflexa
E. echinochloidea
E. echinocloidea
E. elliottii
E. elongata
E. erosa
E. fosbergii
E. frankii
E. gangetica
E. glutinosa
E. grandis
E. hirsuta
E. hosakae
E. hypnoides
E. intermedia
E. japonica
E. lehmanniana
E. X lehmanniana
E. leptophylla
E. leptostachya
E. leptostachys
E. lugens
E. lutescens
E. mauiensis
E. mexicana
E. minor
E. monticola
E. obtusiflora
E. palmeri
E. parviflora
E. paupera
E. pectinacea
E. pilosa
E. plana
E. prolifera
E. refracta
E. scaligera
E. secundiflora
E. sessilispica
E. setifolia
E. silveana
E. spectabilis
E. spicata
E. suaveolens
E. superba
E. swallenii
E. tef
E. tenella
E. tenuifolia
E. trichocolea
E. trichodes
E. trichophora
E. unioloides
E. urbaniana
E. variabilis
E. viscosa
References
ITIS 40716 (http://www.itis.usda.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=40716) 2002-09-03
Lovegrass is a genus of grass. Most species, if they are used for anything, are used for feeding livestock, but teff is eaten by humans, mostly in Ethiopia.



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