Philonotis capillaris

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Philonotis capillaris:

Local Notes

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  • BFNA page for Philonotis capillaris Philonotis capillaris is distinguished by the unpaired teeth of the leaf margin that project from the distal ends of the cells and by the relatively short laminal cells with prorulae at the distal ends. In the flora area, the species is of restricted distribution, basically limited to Pacific coastal habitats from California to Alaska with incursions eastward to the western slopes of the Idaho Rockies. It is associated with an oceanic climate.

Other References

Worley's Map of Collection Records for Philonotis capillaris

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Probably throughout.
Habitat: Wet areas, seeps, roadisdes, glacial tills, bases of cliffs, etc.
Comments: Often with sporophytes.

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