Phleum alpinum has a circumboreal distribution, inhabiting northern areas of the Northern Hemisphere, as well as extending down through the Americas to southern South America. It can be found on islands in the subantarctic region such as South Georgia Island, on which it is one of the most common plant species.
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- Jepson Manual Treatment - Phleum alpinum
- USDA Plants Profile
- Grass Manual Treatment
- Phleum alpinum - Photo gallery
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