Ditrichum ambiguum

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Ditrichum ambiguum:






Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: New to the region. Known from San Juan Bautist Island, southwest of Craig, Worley and Hamilton 7266.
Habitat: The Alaskan material was growing as an extensive thin film over a steep, wet mud and sand erosion slope in a forested stream gully. The species is commonly found on barrne banks.
Comments: Specimn 7266 was fertile. This collection is the northernmost record of the species.