Information for "Aster alpinus subsp. vierhapperi"

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Display titleAster alpinus subsp. vierhapperi
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Page creatorFNA>Volume Importer
Date of page creation00:38, 27 July 2019
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Date of latest edit20:02, 5 November 2020
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Luc Brouillet +
Alta. +, B.C. +, N.W.T. +, Ont. +, Yukon +, Alaska +, Colo. +, Idaho +, Wyo. +, e Asia (Russian Far East +  and e Siberia). +
10–3700 m +
Open to semishaded, mesic to dry, rocky, gOpen to semishaded, mesic to dry, rocky, gravelly or silty, often calcareous areas, alpine tundra, montane to alpine meadows, cold prairies, Artemisia steppes, gravelly or eroding stream banks and flats, edges of open riparian boreal forests, bluffs, talus and cliffs, sandy ridges in muskeg, talus and cliffs, sandy ridges in muskeg +
Flowering early summer. +
Biblioth. Bot. +
Illustrated +
Aster alpinus var. vierhapperi +, Aster culminis +  and Diplactis alpinus subsp. vierhapperi +
Aster alpinus subsp. vierhapperi +
Aster alpinus +
subspecies +