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, Notes: Erep, Elytrigia repens; Asto, Agrostis stolonifera

. Hmol, Holcus mollis; Rrep, Ranunculus repens; Bpin, Brachypodium pinnatum, p.791

, Festuca rubra

. Aten,

. Anob,

. Dglo, Dactylis glomerata

. Hlan, Holcus lanatus; Lper, Lolium perenne, p.792