Poa sp. B (ramosus)
Classification. (GPWG 2001) : Subfamily Pooideae.
(books and floras):  D.Sharp & B.K.Simon, AusGrass, Grasses of
Australia (as P. sp. B).
Perennial. Stolons present. Culms erect or geniculately ascending, stature
slender to delicate, 15–45(–65) cm tall. Mid-culm internodes pilose. Lateral
branches branched. Leaves mostly basal. Ligule an eciliate membrane or a
fringed membrane, a ciliolate membrane, 0.4 mm long, abaxially hairy, obtuse.
Leaf-blades flat or involute, 3.5–8 cm long, 0.8–1.3 mm wide. Leaf-blade
Inflorescence compound, a panicle. Panicle 16–30 cm long.
Fertile spikelets many flowered, with at least 2 fertile florets (3–4),
comprising 3–4 fertile floret(s), laterally compressed, 3.6–4.5 mm long.
glume 3 -nerved. Upper glume 1.9–2.2 mm long, 3 -nerved.
Fertile lemma 2.3–2.6 mm long, 5 -nerved. Anthers 3.
Distribution: South Australia.
Endemic. Mt. Lofty region, S.A. Usually in dry sclerophyll, eucalpt
association, in areas formerly heavily grazed. Flowers Nov.-Feb.