Lagurus ovatus Linnaeus, 1753
Common names: Hare's-tail grass, Bunny Tails, Rabbit's tail grass [En], Lagure ovale, Gros-Minet, Queue-de-Lièvre [Fr], Samtgras, Hasenpfötchen [De], Piumino [It], Cola de liebre [Es], Γατάκι, Αλεπονουρά [Gr]
Rahes, IKARIA ● Greece
Description: Annual grass with an erect stem growing up to 60 cm. The awns are 8–20 mm. The leaves and sheaths are softly pubescent. The leaf-blades are linear or lanceolate, hairy on both sides, 1-20 cm long, 2-14 mm wide. The inflorescence is a panicle oblong or ovate or globose, 1–7 cm long, 0.5–2 cm wide. The solitary spikelets are 7–10 mm. The pedicels are 0.5–2 mm long.
Biology: flowering from March to August.
Distribution: Europe: southwestern, southeastern, and eastern. Africa: north, Macaronesia, and south. Asia-temperate: Caucasus, western Asia, and Arabia. Asia-tropical: India. Australasia: Australia and New Zealand. North America: northeast USA and southwest USA. South America: northern South America, western South America, Brazil, and southern South America. Introduced elsewhere.
Wikipedia, Lagurus ovatus
Clayton W.D., Vorontsova M.S., Harman K.T. & Williamson H., 2006. GrassBase - The Online World Grass Flora.