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Dryopteris arguta occurs chiefly in coastal areas from the extreme south of British Columbia (including the southeastern extremity of Vancouver Island) to Monterey County in California. Less frequently, this species is found in coastal ravines as far south as Baja California, Mexico. Although most frequently found in the coastal ranges, the species also occurs as far inland at the Lava Beds National Park, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, Pinnacles National Monument and Joshua Tree National Monument. Disjunctive populations are found in Arizona, particularly in moist ravines of Gila County's Sierra Ancha and in the Superstition Mountains and Queens Creek areas of Pinal County.


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