|Anisantha diandra||Poaceae||Great Brome|
Description - This is one of our largest native grasses, with a drooping one-sided flowering stem, with long spikelets and awns (bristles). Plants can reach 80cm in height.
Habitat - It is found mainly in coastal areas, often on pathsides or on banks.
Comments - Not common, but appears to be increasing.
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