ID notes from BFNA treatment: has ovate dorsal lobes with acute to acuminate, deflexed apices, and ocelli absent, scattered, or forming a partial or broken median line.
In F. nisquallensis, the ventral leaf margins are entire and reflexed at or above the sinuses. By comparison, both F. franciscana and F. californica have the ventral leaf margins plane or nearly so.
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Frullania nisquallensis
- Search Arctos Database for Frullania nisquallensis (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Frullania nisquallensis (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Frullania nisquallensis
- iNaturalist Observations for Frullania nisquallensis in Southeast Alaska
[as Frullania tamarisci ssp nisquallensis]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Throughout.
Habitat: Bark of trees, especially Alnus and Picea, boulders, rock walls, from sea level to the subalpine, rarely the alpine. not generally in deep forests, usually at forest margins or in forest openings.
Comments: Occasionally with sporophytes. This subspecies is abundant and everywhere in the region.
Worley's map of Frullania nisquallensis collections