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  • n. Alternative spelling of buffalo grass.

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Examples

  • Where the land has been intensively grazed, short grasses such as buffalograss predominate, and invading cacti and honey mesquite are common.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • Short grasses, such as buffalograss, tobosa, and black grama become more common in the west and northwest portions of Ecoregion 30d as the climate becomes more arid.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The potential natural vegetation is mixed-grass prairie which includes a prevalence of shortgrass species, such as buffalograss, and it lacks the sagebrush component found in the neighboring Sagebrush Steppe (43e).

    Ecoregions of Wyoming (EPA)

  • Soils of the mesquite-buffalograss and juniper-oak savannas are almost entirely Mollisols; an island of Alfisols within the area corresponds to the boundaries of the mesquite-oak savanna.

    Southwest Plateau and Plains Dry Steppe and Shrub Province (Bailey)

  • Blue grama-buffalograss or blue grama-western wheatgrass was the natural prairie type, different from the sand sagebrush-mixed bluestem prairie of Ecoregion 25b.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Some areas of sideoats grama and little bluestem, with blue grama, western wheatgrass, galleta, and buffalograss also occurred.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Other native range plants include sideoats grama, blue grama, buffalograss, switchgrass, yellow Indiangrass, and yucca.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • The Llano Estacado was once covered with shortgrass prairie, composed of buffalograss, blue and sideoats grama, and little and silver bluestem.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • The natural vegetation in this region is mostly grama-buffalograss, with some juniper-scrub oak-grass savanna on escarpment bluffs.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • The Limestone Plains are covered by mixed grass prairie of little bluestem, yellow Indiangrass, and buffalograss, with scattered honey mesquite.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

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