420110 Stellaria palustris Ehrh. ex Hoffm.
Northern Fennoscandia: Rare
Kanin - Pechora: Scattered
Polar Ural - Novaya Zemlya: Scattered
Yamal - Gydan: Scattered
Taimyr - Severnaya Zemlya: Rare
Anabar - Onenyo: Rare
Kharaulakh: Presence uncertain
Yana - Kolyma: Rare
Southern Arcti Tundra: Rare
Shrub Tundra: Scattered
Bordering boreal or alpine areas: Frequent
- Hoffm., Deutschl. Fl. 1: 152 (1791). Lectotype (MW): Sweden: Uppland, Uppsala, leg. Ehrhlich, Herbae Linnaeanae, Dec. 4, No. 35 (Braun 1997: 10).
- Stellaria glauca With., Arr. Brit. Pl., ed. 3, 2: 420 (1796). Described from the British Isles.
ca. 100-ca. 182 (8-14x). - Europe, Russia. - Several reports, one of 2n = ca. 100 from northeastern Russia by Sokolovskaya (1970) possibly referable to S. fennica.
Not included: A report of 2n = 28 (2x) from Germany (Lippert and Heubl 1989) must belong to something else.
Geography: European - Asian (W): RUS SIB.
Notes: The reported Russian and Siberian range of Stellaria palustris appears too large, perhaps due to inclusion of S. fennica (see comment below). Vlasova (1993) accepted no occurrences in the Arctic in Siberia and neither did she recognize S. fennica.
- Stellaria [4201,genus]