Angelica lucida

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Seacoast Angelica: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Angelica lucida
Seacoast Angelica (Angelica lucida): Fairly common plant of open areas including beach and subalpine meadows.

Poorly collected through much of the region (though presumed to be at least fairly common throughout). Collections appear to be limited to the extreme south and from Juneau north along the mainland (including Yakutat).

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Other References

  • Muller: gen; wet areas, beaches, meadows
  • Hall 2010: Common; meadows, wet areas, thickets, and beaches.

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