Panarctic Flora


340702 Bromopsis inermis (Leyss.) Holub


Northern Iceland: Persistent (Adventive)
Northern Fennoscandia: Persistent (Adventive)
Kanin - Pechora: Persistent (Adventive)
Polar Ural - Novaya Zemlya: Persistent (Adventive)
Taimyr - Severnaya Zemlya: Persistent (Adventive)
Western Alaska: Casual (Adventive)
Western Greenland: Casual (Adventive)
Shrub Tundra: Persistent (Adventive)
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Scattered


2n= (1) 28 (4x). - Europe, Russia, Far East. - Several reports.
(2) 42 (6x). - Europe. - Several old reports.
(3) 49 (7x). - Sigurbjörnsson et al. (1958).
(4) 56 (8x). - Europe, Russia, Siberia, Alaska, Canada, U.S.A. - Numerous reports.
(5) 70 (10x). - Nielsen (1939); Jones (1957).
Löve and Löve (1975a) accepted only reports of octoploids. The other ploidy levels are supported by numerous reports (available already at the time of publication of the Löve Atlas). Pavlick and Anderton (2007) accepted tetraploid and octoploid counts.

Geography: European - Asian (W): ICE* NOR* RUS* SIB* ALA** GRL**.

Notes: Tzvelev (PAF proposal) reported Bromopsis inermis to reach the Arctic as native in European Russia and Siberia, Sekretareva (1999) considered it adventive. We follow Sekretareva.

Higher Taxa