|Species||Melica subulata (Griseb.) Scribn.|
|Common name||Alaska onion-grass|
|Collector(s)||L. Koepke s.n.|
|Coll. Date||03 June 2009|
|CountryState/ProvinceCounty||United StatesOregon Clatsop County|
|Locality||Fort Stevens, streamside along bike path heading from main campground, Lewis and Clark National Historic Park.|
|Habitat Notes||soil substrate, 0 aspect, 0% slope, Alder and Sambucus overstory, partial shade, next to stream along a paved bike path, Picea sitchensis-Alnus rubra rparian forest, assoc. spec: Athyrium filix-femina, Ranunculus repens, Maianthemum dilatatum, Polystichum munitum, Claytonia sibirica.|
|UTM||10 5115631N 425169E|
|Georef. Notes||This coordinate was obtained by a GPS unit and an error estimate was not recorded by the user. However due to the accuracy of most units, a polygon diameter between 25 and 250 meters could reasonably be assumed.|
|Specimen Notes||collection number: 20090603-2; NPS accession# LEWI-00185, catalog# LEWI 3797 DUP.|
Synonyms recognized by ITIS (bold taxon is currently accepted):
Melica subulata var. subulata (Griseb.) Scribn.
Common Name(s): Alaska oniongrass.
Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=529130, click for more information and references)
Species: Melica subulata
Variety: Melica subulata var. subulata
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