The "wanted" sub uses a GLOBAL
$dir in your code. (Before I get flamed - what I mean is GLOBAL to the sub. The example below uses a lexical variable that is global to the sub)
In the "for my $dir" loop, $dir is LOCAL to the block enclosed by the "for" loop, so the "wanted" sub cannot see it.
To fix, keep $dir global:
for $dir (@...)...
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