Phlegmariurus lockyeri (D.L.Jones & B.Gray) A.R.Field & Bostock was described as endemic to Australia but appears to be conspecific with populations in New Caledonia. This species grows on trees and on rock-faces and in leaf litter on the tops of boulders in upland rainforest in Queensland.
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I am a Lycophyte phylogeneticist and taxonomist working on Australasian Phlegmariurus. I live in tropical Australia.
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