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Bothriochloa macra (Red-leg Grass)

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Bothriochloa macra (Red-leg Grass) is an uncommon grass found on the Victorian Basalt Plains as it is one of the first species to die out when cattle and sheep grazing occurs and fire, a natural ecosystem process, is excluded.

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