Sauteria alpina

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Sauteria alpina

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: See Map 102. From Mt. Roberts trail, west ridge of Gastineau Peak, Juneau, Worley and Boas 11352; Three Guardsmen Pass, Haines Highway, British Columbia, Worley 12240; and Blunt Mountain, south of Crillon Inlet, upper Lituya Bay, Glacier Bay National Monument, Worley and Streveler 13020.
Habitat: On soil in subalpine meadows and in alpine tundra, also beneath overhanging boulders on alpine ridges, generally more common on calcareous substrates.
Comments: The southeastern Alaskan material (number 11352) was determined by Dr. R. Grolle. He noted that androecia were present, as were juvenile gynoecial shoots.

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