One of the most famous incense juniper (Juniperus thurifera L.) forest of western Alps, Saint-Crépin site, has been floristically surveyed focusing on corticolous assemblages. New data regarding the occurrence of Didymodon johansenii (R.S.Williams) H.A.Crum, a species newly recorded for France, Pseudoleskeella tectorum (Funck ex Brid.) Kindb. ex Broth., Orthotrichum crenulatum Mitt, and Orthotrichum vittii F.Lara, Garilleti et Mazimpaka are provided. The floristic originality of incense juniper's bark is underlined.
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Vol. 35 • No. 2