Takakia lepidozioides

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Takakia lepidozioides:

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Worley's Map of Collection Records for Takakia lepidozioides

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Previously reported from Harbor Mountain near Sitka, Lake Diana on Baranof Island, and Deer Mountain, Ketchikan (Hattori, Sharp, Mizutani and Iwatsuki, 1968).
Habitat: From sea level to the upper subalpine and lower alpine. On walls of canyons, moist cliffs, on earth over rocks on cliffs and wet slopes, in subalpine meadows, on the margins of late snowpatch hollows, and on ridges of mountains on soil between rocks. Sometimes on peaty slopes.
Comments: The species is not known to have sporophytes, but deciduous shoots are common.

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