The establishment of the grass Parapholis incurva (L.) C. E. Hubb. along the Gulf Coast of Texas has been brought to the attention of the writer by recent collections at Port Arthur, Jefferson County (W. J. Waldrip 139), and High Island, Chambers County (F. W. Gould 6770). By coincidence the two collections were made the same day, April 19, 1955, on independent field excursions by members of the Texas A. & M. College, Department of Range and Forestry.
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Gould, Frank W.
"Parapholis incurva and Chloris polydactyla in Texas,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 23
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