Saxifraga oppositifolia


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Synonyms for Saxifraga oppositifolia

plants forming dense cushions with bright reddish-lavender flowers

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12 55# 0 5 0 0 asturica Senecio boissieri 0 38# 0 0 0 0 Saxifraga oppositifolia 15 83# 8 13 25 14 Galium pyrenaicum 50 100# 4 10 41 57 Iberis carnosa 18 74# 13 8 33 5 Helictotrichon sedenense 74 100# 21 46 41 90 Silene ciliata 29 81# 13 38 57 52 Ranunculusparnassiifolius 15 50# 13 0 18 33 subsp.
Microenvironmental adaptations of local populations of Saxifraga oppositifolia in the High Arctic.
Saxifraga oppositifolia is most prominent on dry and mesic plots, while a variety of Pedicularis spp.
Vegetation here has an average height of 59 mm and includes Cassiope tetragona, Dryas integrifolia, Oxyria digyna, Pedicularis arctica, Saxifraga oppositifolia, and Salix arctica, as well as a variety of wet meadow grasses, sedges, mosses, and lichens.
In the late winter months of March and April, Salix polaris makes up approximately 50% of the crop content, and Dryas octopetala, Saxifraga oppositifolia, and Polygonum viviparum are also important food resources (Unander et al.
The crest of the beach in Svoboda's study (1977) was dominated by Saxifraga oppositifolia, Carex nardina, and Salix arctica.
5 Salix arctica 0 5 Salix reticulata 0 3 Saxifraga caespitosa 0 0 Saxifraga cernua 0 0 Saxifraga hieracifolia 0 0 Saxifraga hirculus 0 0 Saxifraga oppositifolia 0.
Latitudinal distribution of 137Cs on Saxifraga oppositifolia from Ellesmere Island, NWT, Canada.
4) Polar semidesert limestone barrens with Salix lanata, Saxifraga oppositifolia, and Leucanthemum integrifolium.
The more exposed and well-drained moraines have only a few scattered plants, for example Poa glauca, Carex nardina, Potentilla hookeriana, and Saxifraga oppositifolia, whereas areas with a prolonged snow cover are characterized by Ranunculus pygmaeus, Minuartia biflora, Erigeron humilis, Taraxacum arcticum, and Melandrium apetalum.