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THE GENUS PUCCINELLIA IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA

M. L. Fernald and C. A. Weatherby
Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University
No. 46 (1916), pp. 1-23
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41763919
Page Count: 28
Subjects: Botany & Plant Sciences
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[Footnotes]
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    Pari. Fl. Ital. i. 366 (1848).
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    Rupr. Beitr. zur Pflanzenk. des Russischen Reiches, ii. 61, 64 (1845).
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    Trin. Gram. Suppl. 68 (1836).
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    Rupr. 1. c. 61 (1845).
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    Rupr. 1. c. 64 (1845).
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    Griseb. in Ledeb. Fl. Ross. iv. 388 (1853)
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    Puccinellia arctica (Hook.), n. comb. Glyceria arctica Hook. Fl. Bor.-Am. ii. 248, t. 229 (1840).
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    Gray, Proc. Acad. Sci. Phila., 1862, 336 (1863).
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    This reference contains 11 citations:
    • Puccinellia nutkaensis (Presl), n. comb. Figs. 49-53.
    • Poa nutkaensis Presl, Rel. Haenk. i. 272 (1830).
    • P. nootkaensis Scribn. Mo. Bot. Gard. Rep. x. 51, t. 51, fig. 1 (1899),
    • Coast of British Columbia, chiefly on Van- couver Island: Nootka Sound, V. I.,
    • San Juan River, V. I., August 12, 1907, Rosendahl, no. 2062;
    • marshes, Victoria, V. I., June 24, 1887, J. Macoun, herb. Geol. Surv. Can. no. 29,531;
    • crevices of rocks, Oak Bay, V. I., June 18, 1887, J. Macoun, herb. Geol. Surv. Can. no. 29,526;
    • salt marshes, Tuxedo Island, Gulf of Georgia, June 26, 1885, Dawson, herb. Geol. Surv. Can. no. 29,536;
    • salt marshes, Nanaimo, V. I., July 12, 1893, J. Macoun, herb. Geol. Surv. Can., no. 247;
    • vicinity of Comox, V. I., July 5, 1893, J. Macoun, herb. Geol. Surv. Can. no. 245;
    • Kitsilano, near Vancouver, August 21, 1911, M. O. Malte.