Diplophyllum obtusifolium

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Diplophyllum obtusifolium:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Diplophyllum obtusifolium

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Known previously only from Juneau and Woewodski Island (Persson, 1952a). Probably more widespread in the region.
Habitat: Usually restricted in southeastern Alaska to disturbed mineral soils along roads, in the roots of windthrows and other partly shaded sites.
Comments: Usually fertile in the Spring. In general, D. obtusifolium is restricted to near sea level, where as D. taxifolium is most common at higher elevations.

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