Plagiochila arctica

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Plagiochila arctica: Worley indicates this species is not uncommon in the alpine across the northern part of the region. PacNW herbarium database shows a single collection in Southeast Alaska from Prince of Wales Island.

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Plagiochila arctica

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Not uncommon in the alpine regions of the northern part of the region.
Habitat: As tufts in alpine tundra, especially around rock outcrops and at the base of boulders. Elsewhere with a wide ecological tolerance, in the Arctic tundra almost wholly restricted to areas adjacent to persistent snow banks, or to slopes lying below firn on hills or mountains.

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