Homalothecium nevadense

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Homalothecium nevadense: FNA range map does not include Alaska

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Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: New to the district. Known from two collections from the limestone cliffs on the NE shore of Saginaw Bay, 3 miles SE of Halleck Harbour, Kuiu Island, Worley and Schofield 8928, 8971.
Habitat: The Alaskan material grew directly on exposed limestone cliffs and boulders. Elsewhere in its range the species is most common on calcaerous rocks, also rarely on trees and logs.
Comments: The Alaskan material was fertile. The southeastern Alaskan site considerably extends the known range of the species to the north.

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