Brachythecium frigidum

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Brachythecium frigidum:

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Ian Worley
[as B. asperrimum and B. lamprochryseum]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: [as Brachythecium asperrimum] See Map 141. Throughout.[as B. lamprochryseum] See Map 142. Throughout.
Habitat: [as Brachythecium asperrimum] On the bases of shrubs in shrubby areas, on moist rocks, soil over rocks and decaying wood. In humid valleys, canyons and forests. [as B. lamprochryseum] Locally abundant on mineral soils, in shady or exposed sites, frequently where seepy. From sea level to the lower subalpine.
Comments: [as Brachythecium asperrimum] The plants are often fertile. [as B. lamprochryseum] The species tends to be oceanic in the northern portion of its range, but extends well inland in the south.

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