Species Vulpia myuros
Pictures from Observations
Etymology of Vulpia:
For Johann Samuel Vulpius (1760–1846), German chemist, physicist, pharmacist and amateur botanist who investigated the Flora of Baden. No further details could be found.
Etymology of myuros:
From the Greek ‘myuros’ / ‘mus’ meaning ‘mouse’; and the Greek ‘uros’ / ‘ouros’ meaning ‘tail’.
Vulpia myuros (L.) C.C. Gmel.
Flora Badensis Alsatica 1 1: 8 (1805)
Like V. bromoides but panicle partly enclosed in upper leaf sheath, lower glume always less than half a long as upper glume. Sept.--Nov. Disturbed areas, NW, SW, LB, SE (European weed).