ⓘ Entolasia marginata

                                     

ⓘ Entolasia marginata

Entolasia marginata, known as the bordered panic grass, is a species of grass found in eastern Australia, tropical Asia and the Pacific region.

It can grow up to 0.8 metres in height when freestanding, but can even reach more than two meters in height, supported by other plants. Banded specific epithet refers to the pale vein-like edges of the leaves. This is one of the many plants, first published by Robert brown of the type known as "I. V." It appears in his Prodromus Flor new Hollandiae Et Insulae van dimena in 1810.