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54 ° 7' 38" N, 165 ° 29' 59" W
223 ft (67.97 m)
1 mi. SE of Akun I., Krenitzin Islands., Aleutian Islands.
Named in 1888 by U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF) for a genus of grasses. Captain Tebnenkov (1852, map 26), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), called it O(strov) Tumannoi, meaning Foggy Island.
Akun Bay, Chimney Cove, Cross Bay, Easy Cove, Green Bight, Helianthus Cove, Inqim-qala, Little Bay, Lost Harbor, Seredka Bay, Surf Bay, Trident Bay, Yaagadgusix,
Agan, Akun Head, Avatanak Point, Billings Head, Cross Point, Jackass Point, Qugaxtaqan, Saamkax, Tanan-kadangin,
Akun Strait, Avatanak Strait, Rooto Strait,
Akun Island, Avatanak Island, Basalt Rock, Pinnacle Rock, Poa Island, Race Rocks, Rootok Island, Swirl Rock, Tangik Island, Tanginak Island,