Orthotrichum cupulatum

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Orthotrichum cupulatum: Reported from limestone outrcrop on Kuiu Island. Has been considered rare in Alaska and BC, where it is primarily known from the interior (Worley notes)

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Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Known only from a limestone cliff on the NE shore of Saginaw Bay, about 5 miles SE of Halleck Harbour, Kuiu Island, Worley and Schofield 9051.
Habitat: On calcareous stones, cliffs and ledges.
Comments: Usually with sporophytes. This species is rare in British Columbia and Alaska and is otherwise known only from Interior sites; it is common in the southwestern states.

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