Campylium halleri

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Campylium halleri:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Campylium halleri

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Previously known only from Yakobi Island (Persson, 1963).
Habitat: Known primarily from calcareous areas, on cliff walls, boulders, sinkholes, and other shaded sites. Rarely growing on the bark of Sitka spruce.
Comments: In southeastern Alaska commonly with sporophytes. This species is generally rare in North America, but it appears to be common in suitable sites within the southeastern Alaska portion of its range.

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