342104 Agrostis exarata Trin.
Northern Alaska - Yukon: Rare
Shrub Tundra: Rare
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Scattered
- Trin., Gram. Unifl. Sesquifl.: 207 (1824). Syntypes (LE): Alaska: the Aleutian Islands, "Unalaschka", 1816, leg. Eschscholtz. See notes.
(1) 28 (4x). - Canada, U.S.A.? - Nielsen (1939); Pojar (1973).
(2) 42 (6x). - Far East (N), Canada, U.S.A., Mexico. - Several reports.
(3) 56 (8x). - U.S.A. (Oregon). - Carlbom (1967).
Geography: Amphi-Pacific - Cordilleran: ALA.
Notes: Elven: Peterson and Soreng in Soreng et al. (2003) reported the following specimen (LE TRIN-1606.06a) to be the holotype but this specimen seems to have been collected in 1829, five years after the publication of the name Agrostis exarata.
Murray: A very isolated, native occurrence of A. exarata is known at Sadlerochit Springs in the northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska (ALA), found 1978.
- Agrostis [3421,genus]