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Paspalum (Poaceae, modern phylogenetic circumscription) - index of taxa
 Paspalum [species indet.] 
 Paspalum acuminatum canoe grass
 Paspalum bifidum pitch fork paspalum
 Paspalum blodgettii coral paspalum
 Paspalum boscianum bull paspalum
 Paspalum conjugatum sour paspalum
 Paspalum dilatatum dallis grass
 Paspalum distichum knot grass; Ft. Thompson grass
 Paspalum ekmanianum  
 Paspalum fasciculatum  
 Paspalum fimbriatum winged paspalum
 Paspalum floridanum  
 Paspalum floridanum var. glabratum  
 Paspalum gardnerianum  
 Paspalum geminiflorum  
 Paspalum laeve field paspalum
 Paspalum langei rustyseed paspalum
 Paspalum longearistatum  
 Paspalum millegrana  
 Paspalum multicaule  
 Paspalum nicorae Brunswick grass
 Paspalum notatum bahia grass
 Paspalum notatum var. saurae bahia grass
 Paspalum paniculatum  
 Paspalum pilgerianum  
 Paspalum pleostachyum  
 Paspalum plicatulatum  
 Paspalum plicatulum brownseed paspalum
 Paspalum plicatum  
 Paspalum praecox early paspalum
 Paspalum pubiflorum var. glabrum  
 Paspalum repens water paspalum
 Paspalum setaceum thin paspalum; bull grass
 Paspalum setaceum var. ciliatifolium  
 Paspalum setaceum var. longipedunculatum  
 Paspalum setaceum var. setaceum  
 Paspalum setaceum var. supinum  
 Paspalum stellatum  
 Paspalum urvillei Vasey grass
 Paspalum vaginatum seashore paspalum
 Paspalum virgatum  

* cataloging indicators: (all*)=all FLAS specimens ; (Florida*)=all Florida specimens; (SE U.S*)=all SE U.S. specimens ; (U.S.*)=all U.S. specimens.
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