Fabronia ciliaris, a Moss New to Canada from Southeastern Manitoba
Keywords:Bryophyta, distribution, Fabronia ciliaris, Fabronia pusilla, Fabroniaceae, Great Lakes, Manitoba, moss, phytogeography, St. Lawrence, Whiteshell Provincial Park
Fabronia ciliaris (Fabroniaceae, Bryophyta) was recently discovered in the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence forest region in southeastern Manitoba. This collection represents the first record of the species in Canada and the northernmost extent of the species in North America.
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