Astragalus eucosmus

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Elegant Milk-vetch (Astragalus eucosmus): Included on the preliminary checklist as well as in Hall's 2010 treatment, there do not appear to be any collections from particularly close to Southeast Alaska. The overall range of this species appears to be very continental (especially at latitudes encompassing this region).

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  • Muller: N; dry gravel slopes, open areas
  • Hall 2010: "Sandy, gravelly, or clay soil in woods or thickets, less common in tundra, found in northern southeastern Alaska...."

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