Paspalum urvillei (weed)
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Paspalum urvillei (weed) Steud. - (Vasey's grass)
This species of grass is native to South America. It has been introduced for forage into several other tropical regions and has become invasive in southern parts of North America and in other regions, e.g. in some Pacific islands. It can be found in agricultural fields as well as in other habitats, like on roadsides in areas with poorly drained soils.