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|Molinia caerulea (right)|
Molinia (moor grass) is a genus of two species of flowering plants in the grass family Poaceae, native to damp moorland in Europe and north and south west Asia. They are both herbaceous perennial grasses. The genus is named after Juan Ignacio Molina, a 19th-century Chilean naturalist.
- Molinia caerulea (purple moor grass); Northern Europe and Asia
- Molinia japonica (Japanese moor grass); Northeastern Asia; syn. Moliniopsis japonica
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