Didymodon giganteus

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Didymodon giganteus:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Geheebia gigantea

Ian Worley
[as Geheebia gigantea]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Previously known from Aats Bay (Holzinger and Frye, 1921) and Juneau (Persson, ????). Probably throughout where there are suitable habitats.
Habitat: Calcicolous. In the spray of shaded, humid canyon waterfalls to dry, exposed, sunny talus slopes (less frequently). Always attached to rock, often as extensive, deep golden red-brown mounds covering numerous square feet of canyon wall. Always near sea level.
Comments: Sporophytes and specialized vegetative structures have not been seen in western North America material.

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