Dicranodontium denudatum

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Dicranodontium denudatum:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Dicranodontium denudatum

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Previously reported from only four sites (persson, 1952, 1963). Throughout.
Habitat: Most commonly in humid canyons on damp rocks and cliffs, also on moist stream banks, occasionally in mesic sites, rarely in alpine tundra.
Comments: Sporophytes have not been seen in the southeastern Alaska material, but vegetative reproduction is by deciduous leaves.

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