Bahiagrass
Ba·hi·a grass (bə-hēʹə) n.
A perennial, sod-forming tropical American grass (Paspalum notatum) grown in warm regions, such as the southern United States, for forage, soil binding, and turf.
  [After Bahia (Salvador), Brazil.]

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Universalium. 2010.

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