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|NOTE: Not to be fed to nursing mothers; suppresses lactation.|
aka Squirreltail, Flickertail, Skunktail
Native Americans of Utah, Nevada and Oregon used the seeds.
LITTLE WILD BARLEY|
Favors the saline soil of the western United States.
aka Squirreltail, Foxtail, Flickertail, Skunktail
Seeds were used for pinole by indians of California.
WILD MEADOW BARLEY|
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Found in the midwest and western United States.