Anthelia juratzkana

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Anthelia juratzkana:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Anthelia juratzkana

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Not previously reported.
Habitat: On terrace gravels and soil in exposed alpine situations, solufluction surfaces and deflation depressions. In Eurasia on bare soil (e.g. moraine hills, wide carpets in snow-beds and along streams). Decreasing in frequency below tree-line, Arnell (1956).
Comments: Paroicous, sometimes with sporophytes. Unexpectedly rare in Alaska, known from a few collections in the Aleutians, the Bering Sea and Mt. McKinley, plus the three stations in the southeastern region. The species was sterile in two of the collections; perianths were present in the northernmost material.

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