Ulota curvifolia

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Ulota curvifolia: Worley notes only reports are from Skagway and Lake Lindeman. Grows on rock (may be more likely to be found at higher elevations - if it occurs in the region beyond where it's been reported).

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Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Known only from Lake Lindeman, British Columbia near White Pass on the Alaskan border (Grout, 1928-40) and from Clifton Station, Skagway, Boas 23 (May 9-12, 1966).
Habitat: On rocks in boreal and alpine regions.
Comments: Frequently with sporophytes.

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