Campanula uniflora

Campanula uniflora

Utah: Uinta and La Sal Mountains, Daggett, Duchesne, Grand, San Juan, Summit, and Uintah counties; Alaska and Yukon, south to Colorado; Eurasia (Welsh et al. 1993); northern Canada, Alaska, western mountains of US, occurrences generally very scattered (Hultén 1968).
Alpine tundra, often in talus or rock stripes, at 3,355 to 3,965 m (Welsh et al. 1993); dry stony ridges on tundra and in the mountains, to at least 1,500 meters [in Alaska] (Hultén 1968).
Important Literature

Spackman, S., B. Jennings, J. Coles, C. Dawson, M. Minton, A. Kratz and C. Spurrier. 1997. Colorado Rare Plant Field Guide. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by the Colorado Natural Heritage Program.

Weber, W.A. and R.C. Wittmann. 1996. Colorado flora: Western Slope, Second edition. University Press of Colorado.

Welsh, S.L., N.D. Atwood, S. Goodrich and L.C. Higgins. 1993. A Utah flora, Second edition, revised. Jones Endowment Fund, Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Atwood, D, J. Holland, R. Bolander, B. Franklin, D.E. House, L. Armstrong, K. Thorne, and L. England. No date (about 1990). Utah threatened, endangered, and sensitive plant field guide.

Hultén, E. 1968. Flora of Alaska and neighboring Territories. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA. (page 851 with illustration)

Information Compiled By
David L. Bleakly 1998

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