Orthotrichum pulchellum: Scattered collected noted by Worley from across much of the region.
From BFNA account: "Distinguished from all species of Ulota by the glabrous calyptra and immersed stomates, and from O. consimile by the 16, reddish exostome teeth that are papillose-reticulate with slender, high papillae, and by the stomates that are always located at or beyond the middle of the capsule. Also, O. pulchellum has plants that are rarely longer than 1 cm and the capsules are usually just barely exserted and oblong-cylindric."
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Orthotrichum pulchellum
- Search Arctos Database for Orthotrichum pulchellum (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Orthotrichum pulchellum (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Orthotrichum pulchellum
- iNaturalist Observations for Orthotrichum pulchellum in Southeast Alaska
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Previously known from a few citations. Throughout.
Habitat: On trees and shrubs, especially on smaller twigs in semi-shade.
Comments: Usually with sporophytes.