Herbertus aduncus

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Herbertus aduncus: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Herbertus aduncus
Herbertus aduncus: Common epiphyte, also found on the ground in peatlands.

Worley shows records throughout much of the region. PacNW herbarium database shows collections primarily from the southern half.

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Other References

Worley's Map of Collection Records for Herbertus aduncus

Ian Worley

Habitat: Especially common in peatlands, in openings, among Sphagnum and upon trees and shrubs; also in canyons, on humid cliffs and on rocks by lakes and streams (not in splash zone, however). Often as extensive masses. Sea level to the subalpine.
Comments: Fertile when epiphytic, but not so in other habitats, (Schofield, 1968b).

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