Two new species of Dichanthelium (Poaceae) from the mountains and Piedmont of Virginia, one with an outlier in Pennsylvania
Two new species of Dichanthelium are described: Dichanthelium appalachiense from shale woodlands in the mountains of Virginia, with a historical population from Pennsylvania; and Dichanthelium harvillii from a mafic region in the Piedmont of Virginia.
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