Chrysogrammitis is most often found in protected microhabitats. This population was found under an old tree fall. The abundant branched glandular hairs are diagnostic for the genus.

Collection Data (M. Sundue 2234)

Classification & Common Names

General Collection Data
  • Date: 2-IX-2010
  • Primary Collector & #: M. Sundue 2234
  • Collection Party: M. Sundue & G. Gunsalam
  • Det. History: B. Parris
  • Habitat: Primary Forest
  • Habit: Epiphyte
  • Specimen Locations: SNP, VT
Additional Comments

Collection Location