Hookeria acutifolia

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Hookeria acutifolia:

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Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Not previously known. Reported from a rounded roche mountonnee between Blue Lake and Silver Bay, E of Sitka, Baranof Island, Worley and Hamilton 9350, 9417.
Habitat: The Alaskan material was growing at about 800 ft. above sea level on the mud of a grassy gully between low rock walls, partially shaded by herbs. In British Columbia Schofield (1965) notes also the habitats of damp tundra near late snow patches, and in mucky depressions of flood plains in conifer-alder forests.
Comments: The Alaskan material was sterile, but both sexual and asexual plants are common in British Columbia.

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