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  • Foxtail millet (botanic name Setaria italica) is the second most widely planted species of millet, and the most important in East Asia.

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  • Predominant grassland species include perennials such as Vossia cuspidata, Echinochloa stagnina, Jardinea congoensis, Setaria anceps, Hyparrhenia rufa, and Eragrostis sp., their distributions depending on the duration and depth of seasonal flooding.

    Manovo-Gounda-St Floris National Park, Central African Republic

  • Eragrostoid grasses, including the genera Bouteloua, Buchloe, Eragrostis, Hilaria, and Setaria increase in importance in Ecoregion 34b compared to 34a.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • Leersia hexandra, Luziola peruviana, Paspalum acuminatum Setaria sp., and other herbaceous plants including Eichhornia spp.,

    Beni savanna

  • Grasses vary from sparse to dense and include Leptochloa uniflora, Oplismenus hirtellus, Panicum heterostachyum, and Setaria homonyma.

    Zambezian Baikiaea woodlands

  • This is dominated, to the virtual exclusion of all other species, by Setaria welwitschii, which forms dense swards 1 to 1.5 m high.

    Angolan scarp savanna and woodlands

  • Grasses include Eulalia leschenaultiana, Setaria adhaerens, Chloris barbata, Heteropogon contortus and, in the higher areas, Themeda spp. including T. frondosa and T. triandra.

    Komodo National Park, Indonesia

  • The predominant plants include species of Acacia, Commiphora, and Crotalaria and the grasses Themeda triandra, Setaria incrassata, Panicum coloratum, Aristida adscencionis, Andropogon spp., and Eragrostis spp.

    Southern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

  • Turf grass (Ischaemum afrum), deck grass (Sehima galpinii), and canary millet (Setaria incrassata) are the predominant species.

    Southern Africa bushveld

  • Dominant grass genera of seasonally flooded clayey depressions (‘tandos’) include Hyparhenia, Ischaemum and Setaria, while species such as Panicum curatellifolia, Uapaca nitida and Syzigium guineense are common woody species of the ecoregion.

    Zambezian coastal flooded savanna

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