|Common Name(s)||White Speargrass|
"Basally compact, tussock forming perennial 30-70cm tall;..." (Stanley, T.D. and Ross, E.M.,1983)
Aristida leptopoda is known as White Spear Grass by cattlemen. Its often found in the presence of other heavy soil colonisers such as Dicanthium sericeum and Panicum queenslandicum. Once the seed has fully ripened the inflorescences will readily become airborne during gusts of wind and may pile up against fences, sheds and other objects.
"Found mainly on cracking clay soils from central and southern Queensland to northern New South Wales." (Simon, B.K. & Alfonso, Y. 2011. Ausgrass2)
Simon, B.K. & Alfonso, Y. 2011. Ausgrass2, http.//ausgrass.myspecies.info/, [Accessed on 28th Jan 2019].
Stanley, T.D. and Ross, E.M. (1983). Flora of south-eastern Queensland, Vol. 3, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane.