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Elymus hispidusWild triga, Pubescent wheatgrass,PoaceaeAgropyron ambigens (Hausskn.) Roshev. Agropyron aucheri Boiss. Agropyron aucheri glabrescens Mouterde. Agropyron banaticum (Heuff.) Thaisz. Agropyron barbatulum Schur. Agropyron densiflorum (Willd.) P.Beauv. Agropyron goiranianum Vis. ex Goiran. Agropyron hispidum Opiz. Agropyron intermedium (Host) P.Beauv. Agropyron laevifolium Opiz. Agropyron latronum (Godr.) P.Candargy. Agropyron mucronatum Opiz. Agropyron murinum Hausskn. Agropyron podperae velutinum Melderis. Agropyron popovii Drobow. Agropyron ruthenicum (Griseb.) Prokudin. Agropyron salinum Schur. Agropyron savignonei De Not. Agropyron trichophorum (Link) K.Richt. Agropyron truncatum (Wallr.) Fuss. Agropyron virescens (Pancic) P.Candargy. Braconotia glauca (Roem. & Schult.) Godr. Elymus bazargiciensis Burduja. Elymus hispidus (Opiz) Melderis. Elytrigia aucheri (Boiss.) Nevski. Elytrigia intermedia (Host) Nevski. Elytrigia mucronata (Opiz) Prokudin. Elytrigia pouzolzii (Godr. & Gren.) Holub. Elytrigia prokudinii Dubovik. Elytrigia ruthenica (Griseb.) Prokudin. Elytrigia trichophora (Link) Nevski. Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D.R.Dewey. Trichopyrum intermedium (Host) Á.Löve. Triticum arenicola A.Kern. ex Meryh. Triticum densiflorum Willd. Triticum distichum Schleich. ex DC. Triticum glaucum Desf. ex DC. Triticum glaucum Honck. Triticum glaucum barbulatum (Schur) Porcius. Triticum hirsutum Steven ex Schrad. Triticum intermedium Host. Triticum latronum Godr. Triticum repens Hegetschw. Triticum rigidum Schleich. ex Mert. & W.D.J.Koch. Triticum rigidum ruthenicum Griseb. Triticum savignonei (De Not.) Nyman. Triticum trichophorum Link. Triticum truncatum Wallr. Triticum virescens (Pancic) Pancic. Zeia glauca (Roem. & Schult.) Lunell.40
Triticum aestivumBread Wheat, Common wheatPoaceae or GramineaeT. vulgare.42
Triticum aestivum compactumClub WheatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Triticum aestivum machaMakha WheatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Triticum aestivum speltaSpelt WheatPoaceae or Gramineae 40
Triticum aestivum sphaerococcumShot WheatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Triticum bicorne Poaceae or Gramineae 20
Triticum georgicum Poaceae or GramineaeTriticum dicoccon (Schrank) Schübl20
Triticum monococcumEinkornPoaceae or Gramineae 30
Triticum monococcum aegilopoidesWild EinkornPoaceae or GramineaeT. baeoticum. Boiss.20
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