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Published In: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien, Zweite Auflage 11: 528. 1925. (Nat. Pflanzenfam. (ed. 2)) Name publication detail
 

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Acceptance : Accepted
Notes     (Last Modified On 12/21/2013)
general taxon notes:
Gertrudiella, a monospecific genus of the dry inter-Andean valleys and possible Chaco and Chaco Serrano of the southern tropical Andes (Peru, Bolivia and northwestern Aregentina), is placed in a separate subfamily of the Pottiaceae, the Gertrudielloideae (see Zander, 1993: 74-76). Distinguishing features include the recurved leaf margins, unistratose lamina with cells bulging on upper surface and flat on the lower median surface, margins with up to 20 rows of cells that are bulging and papillose on both surfaces. The costa exhibits several significant features, including the strong reniform single band of stereids below the several rows of guide cells. The generic name, originally Gertrudia was given by T. Herzog in dedication to his wife, Gertrude.
 
Gertrudiella es un género monoespecífico, localizado en la subfamilia Gertrudielloideae. Las características que distinguen a Gertrudiella validinervis (Herzog) Broth. Incluyen las hojas con márgenes recurvados, lámina uniestratificada con células abultadas en la superficie superior y plana en la superficie inferior media, márgenes con más de 20 filas de células abultadas y papilosas en ambas superficies. La costa presenta varias características llamativas, incluyendo aspecto reniforme fuerte, sólo una banda de estereidas debajo de varias filas de células guía. El nombre genérico, originalmente Gertrudia, fue dedicado por T. Herzog a su esposa, Gertrude.

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