Lophozia incisa (Schrad.) Dumort. is now known from the Interior Highlands in Missouri: a range extension of approximately 250 km southwest from the nearest documented locality in Illinois. The species was collected with other northern disjunct bryophytes in a sandstone gorge. Northern disjuncts in the Interior Highlands, such as L. incisa, have been considered southern relics of a widespread Arcto-Tertiary flora from the Pleistocene.
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