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Field Guide to the Identification of Japanese Stiltgrass – with comparisons to other look-a-like species
C.W. Evans, Nancy J. Loewenstein, C.T. Bargeron, C.E. Barlow, D.J. Moorhead
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Pages / Length: 12
Publication Date: 12/5/2012

Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) is an aggressive invader of forestlands throughout the eastern United States. Infestations can impact native species diversity, reduce wildlife habitat, and disrupt ecosystem functions. This publication provides descriptions and clear pictures of key characteristics as well as details on how to distinguish several common look-a-like species. The $2 charge for this publication is for shipping and handling only.