Ulota obtusiuscula

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Ulota obtusiuscula: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Ulota obtusiuscula
Ulota obtusiuscula: Common throughout the region. BFNA notes this species has consistently contorted and twisted leaves, even when wet.

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Other References

Worley's Map of Collection Records for Ulota obtusiuscula

Ian Worley

Southeastern Alaska Distribution: Common and abundant throughout.
Habitat: On the bark of most trees, but most frequently on Alnus, especially by streams and along shores. Never above the upper limit of the forest.
Comments: Usually with sporophytes.. This is the most common species of the genus in southeastern Alaska, frequently in great abundance on larger alder trees in streams and in canyons. [as U. crispa] The southeastern Alaskan records may represent confusion with U. obtusiuscula]

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