342210 Festuca frederikseniae E.B. Alexeev
Svalbard - Franz Joseph Land: Rare
Western Greenland: Scattered
Eastern Greenland: Scattered
Northern arctic Tundra: Rare
Mid Arctic Tundra: Frequent
Southern Arcti Tundra: Frequent
Shrub Tundra: Frequent
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Rare
- E.B. Alexeev, Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 22: 28 (1985). - Nomen novum for Festuca ovina var. hirsuta Lange, Consp. Fl. Groenland.: 179 (1880). Lectotype (C): Greenland: Frederiksdal, July 1828, leg. Vahl (Frederiksen 1981: 288). - Festuca vivipara subsp. hirsuta (Lange) Fred., Nordic J. Bot. 1: 287 (1981).
28 (4x). - Canada (E), Greenland. - At least five reports.
Not included: A report of 2n = 42 from Labrador (Gervais et al. 1997b). The report needs confirmation (by voucher) as belonging to this taxon.
Geography: North American (NE) - amphi-Atlantic (W): NOR GRL.
Notes: Festuca fredrikseniae is a northwestern Atlantic species, with certainty known from northeastern North America south of the arctic parts, Greenland, and from a few localities in Svalbard (O, TROM).
- Festuca [3422,genus]