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This species has spikelets broadly ovate, lower glumes 3-veined, lemma proximally pubescent between veins, callus glabrous, old sheaths persistent and closely overlapping, anthers more than 1.2 mm, and palea keels shortly villous, together making it quite distinct from other species. Gatherings from arctic regions and European mountains are often viviparous, but such plants have not been recorded from China.


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