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SPBASwiss Private Bankers Association
SPBASociety of Professional Benefit Administrators
SPBASingapore Promising Brand Award
SPBASociété Pétrolière du Bec d'Ambès (French oil company)
SPBASenior Professional Baseball Association
SPBAScottish Pipe Band Association
SPBASaskatchewan Pipe Band Association (Canada)
SPBASpartina Bakeri (sand cordgrass, switchgrass)
SPBAStormy Petrel Bar Association (Oglethorpe University)
SPBASeneca Powerboat Association
SPBASingapore Powerboat Association
SPBASouth Perry Business Association
SPBASun Parlour Baseball Association
SPBASpotted Barbtail (Premnoplex brunnescens)
SPBASilent Partner Body Armor
SPBASuccess Profiles Benchmarking Analysis
SPBASponsored Project Budget Authorization
SPBASouthern Permian Basin Area
SPBASan Pablo Baseball Association (California)
SPBASt Petersburg Bowling Association
SPBAStanford Pre-Business Association
SPBASt Petersburg Ballet Academy
SPBASouth Plains Bankers Association
SPBAStrategic Planning Budgeting and Assessment
SPBASyracuse Police Benevolent Association
SPBASt Paul Basketball Association
SPBASpecial Permit, Board of Appeals
SPBASouth Philadelphia Blocks Association
SPBASao Paolo Bluegrass Association (Brasil)
SPBASouth Plants Balance of Areas
SPBAStatement Processing Benchmarking Association
SPBAStonewall Professional and Business Association (Dallas, TX)
SPBASyracuse Play-Based Assessment
SPBASecondary Performance-Based Agreement
SPBASandy Plains Baseball Association (Marietta, GA)
SPBASelkirk-Priest Basin Association
SPBASecurity Pacific Bank Alaska
SPBAScientific Poultry Breeders Association
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Other subspecies of seaside sparrows nest primarily in grassy vegetation in the high marsh, especially taller species such as Spartina bakeri (sand cordgrass) or Juncus roemerianus (black needlerush; Post and Greenlaw, 2009), vegetation which is limited or unavailable in southern Texas.
Here, we report adults from 2 native grasses, sand cordgrass (Spartina bakeri Merr.) and salt-meadow cordgrass (S.
Adults (n -182) were beaten from crowns of bunchgrasses; the introduced South African weeping lovegrass, Eragrostis curuula (n = 104), along highways; sand cordgrass, Spartina bakeri (n = 71), in coastal brackish and freshwater marshes and inland swales, as well as in landscape plantings; and saltmeadow cordgrass, S.
Common species of the wet prairie included sawgrass (Cladium jamaicensis), maidencane (Panicum hemitomon), sand cordgrass (Spartina bakeri), muhly grass (Muhlenbergia filipes) and swamp lily (Crinum americanum).
Burns conducted in marshes dominated by sand cordgrass (Spartina bakeri) showed similar results (Schmalzer et al., 1991).