Buxbaumia viridis

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Buxbaumia viridis:

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Ian Worley
[as Buxbaumia indusiata]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Known only from: 39 miles NW of Haines, on the Haines Highway, at the border of British Columbia alt. 800ft., F. J. Hermann 21781.
Habitat: The Alaskan material was growing on a rotted log in dark hemlock woods. In western North America apparently restricted largely to subalpine forests, on decayed logs and on banks by trails (Schofield, 1968a).
Comments: The Alaskan material had sporophytes. It represents a northern extension of the range of the species in western North America.

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