Neotorularia humilis

  • Scientific name: Neotorularia humilis (Ledeb.) Hedge & J. Léonard Bull. Jard. Bot. Nat. Belg. 56(3-4): 394. (1986).
  • Basionym: Sisymbrium humile Icon. Pl. Fl. Ross, 2: 16. (1830).
  • Synonyms:
    • Braya humilis (Ledeb.) B.L. Rob. A. Gray et al., Syn. Fl. N. Amer. I: 141. (1895).
    • Braya humilis var. abbei (Böcher) B. Boivin Phytologia 16: 299. (1968).
    • Braya humilis var. humilis (Ledeb.) B.L. Rob. A. Gray et al., Syn. Fl. N. Amer. I: 141. (1895).
    • Braya humilis var. interior (Böcher) B. Boivin Phytologia 16: 299. (1968).
    • Braya humilis var. laurentiana (Böcher) B. Boivin Phytologia 16: 299. (1968).
    • Braya longii Fernald Rhodora 28: 202. (1926).
    • Braya purpurascens var. longii (Fernald) B. Boivin Naturaliste Canad. 94: 646. (1967).
    • Braya humilis var. americana (Hook.) B. Boivin Phytologia 16: 300. (1968).
    • Braya humilis var. leiocarpa (Trautv.) Fernald Rhodora 39: 276. (1937).

Distribution:

Additional Information:

  • Chromosome numbers: n = 14, 21, 25, 28, 32; 2n = 28, 40, 42, 56, 70
  • Canadian status: native
  • Lifeform: perennial, rarely biennial, caudex simple to branched
  • Ecology: alpine, to arctic: ocean, stream and lake shores, slopes, cliffs, crevices, banks, hotsprings, moraine, tundra, muskeg, hummocks, open forest, flats, floodplains, dunes; talus, rubble, alluvium, clay, sand, silt, moss, limestone; roadside