Ulota barclayi

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Ulota barclayi: Worley shows collections span the region. BFNA indicates leaves should be much less twisty than other species in the area. Also leaves at base of sporophyte will be different than the rest of its leaves, and exostome teeth are reflexed.

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Other References

Worley's Map of Collection Records for Ulota japonica

Ian Worley
[as Ulota japonica]
Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Probably widespread.
Habitat: On the bark and twigs of trees, especially Alnus.
Comments: Usually with sporophytes.

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