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Hordeum murinum subsp. murinum is a common archaeophyte in Belgium. A more southern subspecies, subsp. leporinum, is known since 1938 as a rare, ephemeral alien, mostly associated with the grain or wool industry. In the past decade, however, it has increasingly been recorded. In port areas in Antwerp and Ghent it has locally naturalized along railway tracks, on roadsides and rough ground. In addition, it is also found in similar habitats in urban areas. A third subspecies, subsp. glaucum, isdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4024111 fatcat:z36honsoyrerbd7wium7mmduae