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Figure 1: A map showing the recorded geographic distribution of Rhodiola sachalinensis in yellow. This range extends from the type locality in the Russian Far East (Sakhalin Island) to the Changbai Mountains that span the border of China and DPR Korea, as well as the Kuril islands north of Hokkaido, Japan. Map content informed by Global Biodiversity Information Facility data, Kunming Institute of Botany iFlora database, Gage et al. (2006), Sundukov and Sundukov (2020), and for Sakhalin Island, herbarium specimens

Figure 1: A map showing the recorded geographic distribution of <i>Rhodiola sachalinensis</i> in yellow. This range extends from the type locality in the Russian Far East (Sakhalin Island) to the Changbai Mountains that span the border of China and DPR Korea, as well as the Kuril islands north of Hokkaido, Japan. Map content informed by Global Biodiversity Information Facility data, Kunming Institute of Botany iFlora database, Gage <i>et al</i>. (2006), Sundukov and Sundukov (2020), and for Sakhalin Island, herbarium specimens