Sedum divergens

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Pacific Stonecrop (Sedum divergens): Southeast Alaska appears to be near the northern extent of the range of this species. Collections from near Haines (two at mile 10 of Haines highway from 1967 and 1981) and one from Takhin Ridge (2000). Other nearby collections include from near Disentchantment Bay, and from across the border near the Stikine River.

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Other References

  • Muller: ex NE; dry rock areas near beach
  • Hall 2010: "Rocky cliffs. Found at mile 10 on Haines Highway."

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