Diplophyllum albicans

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Diplophyllum albicans: Fairly common leafy liverwort found on rocks and other vertical surfaces. Leaves have two lobes together resembling a mitten with a distinctive thumb. The lack of teeth on the leaf margins helps distinguish it from Scapania bolanderi





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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Diplophyllum albicans




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