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Forming +/- small-medium [clums?], Culm decumben at base or arching or bending over trees and veget. Hard to see! Culm solid with varan- lar structure-but not ring of holes_ Culm anferous below node on lower front of plant. cylindrical Upper or [?] branches smooth. Culm sheath persistent until roten on lower culms. A little [adferous?] or pubescent in long smaller branches - Blade very narrow, long reflexed, soon decidous. with +/- long (but not many) [[end page]] [[start page]] oval setae _ In long shoots ears with white hairs [retionar?] [[image-plant]] Edge of sheath overlapping and standing +/- open. Drying very soon the edge the base +/- longer or larger starts separating from sheath. Node not prominent [[image of plant node]] with unusual [gauze?] on back of culm near node - One main axis, repeated base, [[strikethrough]] blade [[strikethrough]] bracts covering it falling or trying to let see the segmented base One or two > normally branches on both sides These are also rebranching [[end page]]
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