Impatiens noli-tangere

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Western Touch-me-not:
Western Touch-me-not (Impatiens noli-tangere): Rare annual herb of meadows, beaches and open forests.

A few collections mapped in ARCTOS, mostly on the mainland or near islands from Wrangell north (including Glacier Bay). A single 1950s collection from Kruzof Island is the only one in the western part of the region.

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Other References

  • Hall 2010: Occasional along wet meadows, stream banks, deciduous forests, beaches and along trails.
  • Muller: E; forest edge, stream banks, beaches

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