From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
A collections mapped in ARCTOS, mostly from the northern part of the region (Juneau/Hoonah north), but also from Baranof Island, and a collection from the southern mainland between Ketchikan and Hyder.
- Sitka/Urtica dioica: Uncommon, but can be locally abundant (e.g., locations in upper Blue Lake Valley have extensive patches). Most easily found mixed with other plants in avalanche track brush fields along Blue Lake Road near where the fork to Blue Lake Campground splits off. (edit)
- EthnoBotany page for Urtica dioica
- e-FloraBC page for Urtica dioica
- USDAPLANTS page for Urtica dioica
- FNA page for Urtica dioica
- PFAF page for Urtica dioica
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Urtica dioica
- Search Arctos Database for Urtica dioica (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Urtica dioica (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Urtica dioica
- iNaturalist Observations for Urtica dioica in Southeast Alaska
- Muller: gen; moist open areas, meadows
- Hall 2010: "Meadows, moist, open areas, in abundance among fern, alder, or willow on steep mountain slopes. Common."