Hypnum bambergeri

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Hypnum bambergeri:

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Not previously reported. From the east slopes of Marble Mountain, opposite Drake Island, Glacier Bay, Worley 11204 (collected by F. M. Boas).
Habitat: The southeastern Alaskan plants were growing as tufts among rocks by a stream. Known from wet, seepy, calcareous sites.
Comments: Rarely with sporophytes. The Glacier Bay collection is an extension of the known range southward along the Pacific Coast.