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From Svalbard, as strata Rottb. subsp. floeeosa Sojåk x pulehella in most probably a northern arctic variety (var. are the nomenelature of Sojåk 1989). ) of P. rubrieaulis. Thus P. rubrieaulis of origin is strongly doubted by us. An equally was recognised from Svalbard and ineluded in the R. ELVEN & A. ELVEBAKK 36 standard floras, like Rønning and Ball et al. Sojåk (1964, 1979, 1996) (1986) described a new speeies, P. insu laris Sojak, to include those parts of the Svalbard (1968). (1961) in his material previously placed in P.
Hookeriana belong to different plants. Until a comprehensive (1989) and study of the variation within P. pulchel/a and P. Lehm. s. , considered by Sojak North American authors to be a species of western x North Ameriea. lyngei as a distinet taxonomic entity in a Svalbard North American authors, such as Porsild & Cody (1980), include P. pedersenii as arctic forms of P. rubricaulis. It is thus distributed through the American Arctic east to Greenland. Sojak (1986) insularis is undertaken, we hesitate to accept P.
Hyperborea is mainly a speeies of the northern Dickson Land area in 1990 and in the Kongs Arctic. ). The plants occur in distinct, often extensive stands in shallow marshes on calcareous ploid (2n = 42, Holmen 1952 and Frederiksen 1977), and F. hyperborea as tetraploid (2n 28, substrates, sometimes together with the proposed see Rønning 1961, Frederiksen 1977). Only the parents, but more of ten alone. The Dickson Land tetraploid num ber has been recorded in Svalbard and Kongsfjorden specimens had well-developed material (three counts only, Flovik 1938, Holmen anthers with morphologically good pollen, and a in Rønning 1961, and Engelskjøn 1979).
A Catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria by Arve Elvebakk, Pål Prestrud