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PLANTAGO MARITIMA AND CAREX MACKENZIEI NEW FOR SASKATCHEWAN: ADDITIONAL RARE INLAND STATIONS FOR TWO SEACOAST SALT MARSH SPECIES
Vernon L. Harms, Donald F. Hooper and Les Baker
Vol. 88, No. 855 (July 1986), pp. 315-323
Published by: New England Botanical Club, Inc.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23312374
Page Count: 9
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Plantago maritima L. and Carex mackenziei Krecz., two seacoast salt marsh species rare at inland stations, are reported from the lower Carrot River valley of east-central Saskatchewan, Canada as new to the flora of the province. Taxonomic considerations for Plantago maritima and phytogeographical observations and comments for both species are included.
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