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Callicarpaea. Their final identity will, however, remain uncon­ (76) Saxifraga aizoides L. The Svalbard plants differ consistently from the F ennoscandian ones with a more compact growth, shorter petals, and more glaucous leaves. Colour variability, cornmon in Fennoscandian moun­ tains, does not seem to be present in Svalbard. According to Nilsson (pers. ) they cor­ respond more to the Alpine than to the Fenno­ scandian type. A further study is needed before any taxonomic conclusion can be reached.

Papaver dahlianum is different from P. polare (53) Poa arctiea R. Br. The P. arctiea complex is polymorphic and mainly, or perhaps entirely, apomictic. Severai Tolm. (Love & Love 1975, ToJmachev 1975, taxa have been reported from Svalbard. The Randel 1974, Engelskjøn 1990). The type of P. revision by Nannfeldt (1940) demonstrated that polare from Vaigatch (LE) belongs within P. lap­ the variability in southern Norway alJowed the ponicum col!. (according to Engelskjøn pers. ). These taxa have, however, been much three other subspecies could be recognised within heterogeneous northern Scandinavian confused.

The plant x glauea, or P. arctiea x is, however, seminiferous, occurs independently of the proposed parents (especially P. glauea), and is best treated as a speeies. It may be an apomict. and if it has a hybridogenous origin, the combination P. abbreviata x glauea is the most plausible for morphological reasons. (56) Paa pratensis L. subsp. ) Hiit. The Poa pratensis complex is largely apomictic and morphologically very variable. The main enti­ however, ties are now often treated as subspecies. Subsp.

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