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A high proportion of alpine and sub-alpine herbs in Fumariaceae, Primulaceae, Saxifragaceae, and Scrophulariaceae are endemic and several are endangered.
Soils made restive by solufluction support a restricted assemblage of plants (Saxifragaceae, Brassicaceae, and Corydalis) that are adapted to sliding on scree while stable sites support slow-growing turf-sedges, rosette plants like Saussurea involucrata, and a number of cushion growth forms.
A number of references note that this parasitic species saps nutrients from plants in the Saxifragaceae, Asteraceae and the genus
New species and new variety on Malvaceae and Saxifragaceae
Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest, Part 2: Salicaceae to Saxifragaceae.