New to the Americas from California is Didymodon bistratosus J.-P. Hébrard & R. B. Pierrot, differing significantly from congeners by the deep red lower portions of the plant, and 2–3-stratose upper lamina. In California it was found on a sandstone boulder in a mesic oak woodland. Its range worldwide is restricted to California, the Iberian Peninsula and Turkey.
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