Collections from throughout much of the region, with a few gaps (none from Admiralty Island, for example). FNA suggests ssp crispa does not occur in the region, but rather the very similar ssp fruticosa occurs in the northern part of the region (approx. Juneau/Glacier Bay north).
From FNA account for ssp fruticosa: "This primarily subarctic Asian subspecies has long been mistaken in western North America for Alnus viridis subsp. crispa, which it closely resembles, or for subsp. sinuata (J. J. Furlow 1983b). It can be separated from the former by its larger and more coarsely toothed leaves, and from the latter by its much thicker, mostly single-toothed leaf blades."
- FNA page for Alnus viridis
- PFAF page for Alnus viridis
- e-FloraBC page for Alnus viridis
- USDAPLANTS page for Alnus viridis
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Alnus viridis
- Search Arctos Database for Alnus viridis (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Alnus viridis (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Alnus viridis
- iNaturalist Observations for Alnus viridis in Southeast Alaska
- Hall 2010: (as A. crispa) Common to abundant colonizing thicket-forming species on mountain slopes, avalanche tracks, along stream banks shorelines and recently deglaciated lands.
- Muller: (ssp sinuata) gen; forest edges, open areas, common: (ssp. crispa) ex NE; open areas