Nardia geoscyphus

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Nardia geoscyphus:

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Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Known only from the vicinity of Yakutat (Evans, 1900), probably throughout the region.
Habitat: Usually on thin soil over bare, granitic or metamorphic, acidic rocks; over peaty banks or peaty soil amid rocks in streams in the mountains, or at the rocky-peaty edges of mountain pools. Also on sandy paths and moist banks. (Schuster, 1969)
Comments: The species is certainly more common in southeastern Alaska than the present record indicates. The entire genus needs much field work in the coastal regions of Alaska (as well as the remainder of the state).

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