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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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Purple Saxifrage is the first plant to flower amongst the Summer Tundra meltpools. N.W. Greenland.
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Purple saxifrage is one of the first tundra plants to flower in the Arctic. Jens Munk Island, Nunavut, Canada
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Corner post of an 18th Century Pomor hut, purple saxifrage growing over it. Sofiabogen, Gnarlborget in Hornsund Fiord. Spitsbergen
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Purple saxifrage and a twist of birch bark that has come all the way from Siberia. Worsleyhamna. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage (Saxifraga oppistifolia) - the most northern flower on Earth, Banks Island, Northwest Territories, Arctic Canada
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Purple saxifrage (Saxifraga oppostifolia) covered by a late season snowfall, Svalbard Archipelago, Arctic Norway
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Purple saxifrage (Saxifraga oppostifolia) covered by a late season snowfall, Svalbard Archipelago, Arctic Norway
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© T. Jacobsen
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Purple saxifrage below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage, Saxifraga oppositifolia Subspecies reptans, the creeping form found in drier places. Svalbard
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© T. Jacobsen
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Purple saxifrage, Saxifraga oppositifolia Subspecies reptans, the creeping form found in drier places. Svalbard
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© T. Jacobsen
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Purple saxifrage, Saxifraga oppositifolia Subspecies pulvinata, the cushion form found in wetter places. Svalbard
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© T. Jacobsen
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Purple saxifrage, Saxifraga oppositifolia Subspecies pulvinata, the cushion form found in wetter places. Svalbard
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© T. Jacobsen
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Purple saxifrage and orange lichen below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage and orange lichen below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Flowering Purple Saxifrage and frost shattered rocks in Krossfjorden, Spitsbergen
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Purple saxifrage flowers amongst sharply eroded rocks high above Tinayre Bukta, Krossfjorden. Spitsbergen
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Purple Saxifrage flowers amongst rocks on the lateral moraine by Ankerbreen in St Jonsfjorden. Spitsbergen.
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Purple Saxifrage flower with uncharateristic long pointed petals. St Jondfjorden. Spitsbergen
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no 3 of 5, Plants and lichen on a shattered Glacial erratic. It rests in a smooth glacially eroded landscape. Blomstrand. Spitsbergen
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no 4 of 5, Purple saxifrage and lichen on a shattered Glacial erratic. It rests in a smooth glacially eroded landscape. Blomstrand. Spitsbergen
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no 5 of 5, Purple saxifrage and lichen on a shattered Glacial erratic. It rests in a smooth glacially eroded landscape. Blomstrand. Spitsbergen
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Purple saxifrage and reindeer moss thrive in the shelter of some rocks. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage in flower by the abandoned railway line at Blomstrandhalvoya. Spitsbergen.

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