Cuckoo Flower (Cardamine pratensis): Range in FNA treatment indicates this species is primarily from the northeast part of North America though it is also found in British Columbia in the west (though stated range does not include Alaska). FNA also suggests most (if not all) populations of this species are introduced from Europe. Alaska records may be of a former subspecies that is now called Northern Field Bittercress (Cardamine nymanii).
ARCTOS has collections (not identified to subspecies) from near Yakutat (including one just across the border in Yukon Territory).
- FNA page for Cardamine pratensis "Moist grounds, stream sides, limestone shores, sedge and grass meadows, marshy pond margins, mossy areas, wet hollows, boggy areas, turfy shores, damp creek banks, swamps, brooks and ditches, moist ravines, springy swales;"
- Arctos Collection Record (Yakutat Foreland, 1991) page for Cardamine pratensis "Wet graminoid bog-meadow with tall willow shrub overstory"
- Arctos Collection Record (Yakutat Foreland, 1991) page for Cardamine pratensis "Open wet graminoid meadow"
- USDAPLANTS page for Cardamine pratensis
- Arctos Collection Record (Yukon Territory, 1971) page for Cardamine pratensis "Nunataks in vicinity of upper Seward Glacier."
- PFAF page for Cardamine pratensis
- e-FloraBC page for Cardamine pratensis
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Cardamine pratensis
- Search Arctos Database for Cardamine pratensis (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Cardamine pratensis (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Cardamine pratensis
- iNaturalist Observations for Cardamine pratensis in Southeast Alaska
- Muller: N; wet areas, alpine, forest