Iwatsukiella leucotricha

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Iwatsukiella leucotricha:

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Ian Worley
[as Habrodon leucotrichus]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Widespread. Previously reported only from Yakutat (Persson, 1947) and Yakobi Island (Persson, 1963).
Habitat: Usually as individual strands (occasionally as mats several square centimeters in extent) on the smaller twigs of living Alnus on the margins of streams and lakes, rarely on Alnus at coastal forest margins, absent on Alnus in avalanche shoots. On twigs of shrubs and trees in peatlands. From sea level to the subalpine.
Comments: Always sterile in southeastern Alaska.

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