Dichanthelium strigosum (Muhlenberg ex Elliott) Freckman

Natural range: North America and Caribbean

Habitat: Moist habitats

Florida status: Native, with three varieties

Recognition: Plant a ground-hugging rosette; hairs on sheath pointing upward; leaf blades 3-5 mm wide, glabrous except for strigose margins, to 7 cm long. Panicle short, to 6 cm. Spikelets 1.1-2.1 mm, the hairs not papilla-based (vs. D. laxiflorum).