Mesquite grass

a rich native grass in Western Texas (Bouteloua oligostachya, and other species); - so called from its growing in company with the mesquite tree; - called also muskit grass, grama grass.

See also: Mesquite

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Substantial vegetative cover in the juniper/oak/persimmon habitat was provided by the other grasses categories (39% summed for all three levels) consisting of Texas winter grass (Nasella leuchotrichia), mesquite grass (Bouteloua rigidiseta), spreading love grass (Eragrostis pectinacea), King Ranch bluestem (Bothriochloa ischaemum), arrowfeather (Aristida purpurea), love grass (Eragrostis secundiflora), fox grass (Setaria leucophila) and common switchgrass (Panicum capillare) (Table 1, Fig.