Panarctic Flora


340102b Elymus trachycaulus subsp. novae-angliae (Scribn.) Tzvelev


East Chukotka: Rare
Hudson Bay - Labrador: Rare
Shrub Tundra: Rare
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Frequent

2n= 28 (4x). - Siberia, Far East (N), Canada. - Several reports, a Siberian report for Agropyron tenerum (Belaeva and Siplivinsky 1981). This plant is not native to Siberia but Peschkova (1990e) reported it to be widespread as adventive.

Geography: Amphi-Beringian (E) - North American (N): RFE CAN.

Notes: Barkworth et al. (2007) included subsp. novae-angliae in subsp. trachycaulus. Tzvelev (1976: 199) reported it from the "Russian Far East: Arctic (near Senyavinskye hot water springs, perhaps wild)", i.e., the easternmost Chukchi Peninsula in East Chukotka. It is documented from arctic Quebec.

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