Endemics in Family Order

Amaranthaceae
Atriplex glabriuscula var franktonii
Atriplex nudicaulis

Asteraceae
Antennaria pulcherrima ssp eucosma
Arnica louiseana
Bidens amplissima
Pyrrocoma lanceolata
Machaeranthera pinnatifida
Nabalus racemosus
Nestotus macleanii
Symphyotrichum laurentianum

Betulaceae
Betula michauxii
Carpinus betulus

Brassicaceae
Braya fernaldii
Braya longii
Braya pilosa
Draba kluanei
Draba glabella var pycnosperma
Draba scotteri
Draba subcapitata
Draba yukonensis
Parrya arctica

Cyperaceae
Carex rufina

Montiaceae
Claytonia ogilviensis

Ophioglossaceae
Botrychium pseudopinnatum

Poaceae
Festuca frederikseniae
Puccinellia bruggemannii

Potamogetonaceae
Potamogeton methyensis

Ranunculaceae
Enemion savilei
Ranunculus allenii

Rosaceae
Crataegus canadensis
Geum schofieldii
Rubus adenocaulis
Rubus emeritus
Rubus quaesitus
Rubus suppar
Rubus weatherbyi

Salicaceae
Salix chlorolepis
Salix jejuna
Salix tyrrellii
Salix raupii
Salix silicicola
Salix turnorii

Saxifragaceae
Saxifraga gaspensis
Saxifraga taylorii


Endemics in Alphabetical Order

Antennaria pulcherrima ssp eucosma
Arnica louiseana
Atriplex glabriuscula var franktonii
Atriplex nudicaulis
Betula michauxii
Bidens amplissima
Botrychium pseudopinnatum
Braya fernaldii
Braya longii
Braya pilosa
Carex rufina
Carpinus betulus
Claytonia ogilviensis
Crataegus canadensis
Deschampsia mackenzieana
Draba kluanei
Draba glabella var pycnosperma
Draba scotteri
Draba subcapitata
Draba yukonensis
Enemion savilei
Festuca frederikseniae
Geum schofieldii
Hoorebekia lanceolata
Machaeranthera pinnatifida
Nabalus racemosus
Nestotus macleanii
Parrya arctica
Potamogeton methyensis
Puccinellia ambigua
Puccinellia bruggemannii
Pyrrocoma lanceolata
Ranunculus allenii
Rubus adenocaulis
Rubus emeritus
Rubus quaesitus
Rubus suppar
Rubus weatherbyi
Salicornia borealis
Salix chlorolepis
Salix jejuna
Salix tyrrellii
Salix raupii
Salix silicicola
Salix turnorii
Saxifraga gaspensis
Saxifraga taylorii
Stenotus macleanii
Symphyotrichum laurentianum


Summary

Included here is an extensive belt across Canada and Alaska south of the Arctic BioProvince but excluding the Rocky Mountains. In the south it includes most of the US state of Maine and the northern parts of Vermont, Michigan and Minnesota.

Of the endemic vascular and near endmic vascular plants so far recorded there are 48 species in 31 genera and 13 families but no endemic genera.

References

Cannings, S., Anions, M., Rainer, R. & Stein. B. 2005. Our Home and Native Land: Canadian Species of Global Conservation Concern. NatureServe Canada: Ottawa, Ontario.

Jonker, P. M. & Rowe, J. S. 2001. The Sand Dunes of Lake Athabasca. University Extension Press. University of Saskatchewan.

Mallik, A. U. & Robertson, S. 1998. Floristic composition and diversity of an old-growth white pine forest in northwestern Ontario, Canada. In: Forest biodiversity in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Eds. F. Dallmeier and J. A. Comiskey. Man and the Biosphere Series, Vol. 21. The Parthenon Publishing Group.

Oberndorfer, E. C. & Lundholm, J. T. 2009. Species richness, abundance, rarity and environmental gradients in coastal barren vegetation. Biodiversity and Conservation, 18: 1523-1553.

Raup, H. M. & Argus, G. W. 1982. The Lake Athabasca sand dunes of Northern Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada. National Museums of Canada. Publications in Botany, No. 12.