672402 Noccaea camtschatica (Karav.) Czerep.
- Czerep., Sosud. Rast. SSSR: 140 (1981). - Thlaspi camtschaticum Karav., Sist. Zametki Mater. Gerb. Krylova Tomsk. Gosud. Univ. Kuybysheva 83: 4 (1965). Holotype (MW): Russian Far East: Kamchatka, upper reaches of Pankara River, 17. Aug. 1930, leg. P.T. Novograblenov 2533 2534.
14 (2x). - Far East (South Chukotka). - Zhukova (1980).
Geography: Asian Pacific: RFE.
Notes: Yurtsev: Noccaea camtschatica is a well distinguished species, clearly different from N. arctica in almost all categories of characters (see Yurtsev and Tolmachev 1975). Among the distinctions are rotundo-ovate leaves with flat, short-lived petioles; scapes subprostrate, thin; cauline leaves subamplexicaul, with or without rotundate auricles; sepals oblong with narrow hyaline margins, shorter than petals; siliquas on short, patent pedicels, acutely lanceolate along septum, etc. The other Russian Far East and Beringian perennial species are much more similar to N. cochleariforme.
- Noccaea [6724,genus]