Poa glauca Vahl in Oeder, Fl. Dan. 6(17): 3. 1790 subsp. glauca

Ortega-Olivencia, Ana & Devesa, Juan A., 2018, Updated checklist of Poa in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands, PhytoKeys 103, pp. 27-60: 27

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scientific name

Poa glauca Vahl in Oeder, Fl. Dan. 6(17): 3. 1790 subsp. glauca
status

 

5. Poa glauca Vahl in Oeder, Fl. Dan. 6(17): 3. 1790 subsp. glauca 

Poa caesia  Sm., Fl. Brit. 1: 103. 1800. [Type: "Ang. Sea-green Meadow-grafs. In Scotiâ. D. Fairbairn. Mountains in Bredalbane. Mr. Mackay"].

Poa nemoralis var. glauca  (Vahl) Gaudin, Agrost. Helv. 1: 182. 1811.

Poa nemoralis subsp. glauca  (Vahl) Gaudin, Fl. Helv. 1: 240. 1828.

Poa balfourii  Parnell, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 1: 10. 1842. [Type: "not expressly indicated"].

Paneion glaucum  (Vahl) Lunell, Amer. Midl. Naturalist 4: 222. 1915.

Ill. Portal (2005: 98, 278, sub var. glauca  ).

Type.

"Legi tantummodo in paroecia Wang Walders, ad pedes montium, in Finmarkia minus frequens. Prater aliis notis, praesertim colore glau.....". (Holotype conserved in C according to PAF 2018: Norway: Oppland, Vang, "legi in alpibus Norvegiae Valders versus Vang", leg. J. Vahl).

Flowering.

(July) August to September.

Ecology.

Rocky places and forest and scrub grasslands; (1500) 1900−2770 m a.s.l.

Distribution.

Circumboreal: Eurasia (extending S to the Pyrenees, S Alps and N of Greece) and Arctic and alpine regions of N America; also Argentina. NE Spain. (And.). Spa.: Ge Hu. For a representative list of studied materials, see Suppl. material 1.

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Liliopsida

Order

Poales

Family

Poaceae

Genus

Poa