Spiked Saxifrage, Saxifraga spicata, Rediscovered in Canada After 110 Years
Keywords:Spiked Saxifrage, Saxifraga spicata, Micranthes spicata, Yukon Territory, endemism, rare vascular plant
AbstractSaxifraga spicata (Micranthes spicata (D. Don) Small), a large perennial showy saxifrage endemic to the unglaciated regions of Alaska and Yukon, was rediscovered after not having been seen in Canada for 110 years.
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