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Family: Geraniaceae

Group: Vascular Plant, Species

Scientific NameCommon NameSummary
Erodium cicutariumRed-stem Stork-billThis species is considered one with invasive tendencies. Only reported from Juneau, with old collections (from 1920s) and one collection from 2004 in ARCTOS. No other records in AKEPIC.
Geranium bicknelliiBicknell's CranebillA single collection in ARCTOS from Juneau. AKEPIC includes this species in the introduced plants database, though e-Flora BC indicates it is native in British Columbia.
Geranium carolinianumCarolina CranebillA single collection in ARCTOS from Juneau with no recent records. This species is probably not established in Southeast Alaska.
Geranium erianthumNorthern Stork-billFairly Common perennial herb on well-drained meadows from the beach to subalpine. Georeferenced collections in ARCTOS are mostly from the northern mainland, but also from Baranof, Coronation, and Prince of Wales Islands.
Geranium robertianumHerb RobertFew collections in ARCTOS, but reports from several communities in the region in AKEPIC database.
Geranium sanguineumBloody GeraniumTwo collections in ARCTOS (1936 and 1948) from the Pioneer Home Garden in Sitka (where it had apparently been moved from its initial location at Sawmill Cove). No other reports in AKEPIC.