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Published In: Bibliotheca Botanica 87: 165. 1916. (Biblioth. Bot.) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 5/17/2009)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/9/2015)
EcoRegions: Puna
Elevation: 3500-4000
Substrate: rocks
Frequency: rare

Notes     (Last Modified On 6/9/2015)
general taxon notes:
Ecology. Humid puna; on rocks. Elevation. 3900 m. Distribution. Bolivia: Cochabamba. World range: endemic to Bolivia.
 
Ecología. Puna húmeda; sobre rocas. Altitud. 3900 m. Distribución. Bolivia: Cochabamba. Distribución mundial: endémicade Bolivia.
 
The type collection is from San Benito (Department of Cochabamba), was made by Herzog on his first trip to Bolivia (1907-1908). The status of this species is unknown. Herzog compares this species to Dicranoweisia fastigiatahe Herzog collection was nnotated by R. Ochyra 1998 as Camptodontium brunneum (Herzog) Ochyra, but apparently the combination has not been published. (Mitt.) Paris described from Ecuador. Herzog’s description (1916: 165) includes the follow: Stems to 2 cm; leaves when dry incurved and subcrispate, when wet erect-patent with apices incurved, to 2 mm long, narrowly lanceolate, apices somewhat obtuse, margins plane or narrowly recurved, entire below, at apex subcrenulate, laminal cells subquadrate, walls subsinuose; sexual condition and sporophytes unknown. In the same volume Herzog described to other species of Dicranoweisia (D. fallax Herzog D. flexipes Herzog) that were later transferred to Camptodontium. T
 
La colección tipo proviene de San Benito (departamento de Cochabamba), fue realizada por Herzog durante su primer viaje a Bolivia (1907-1908). El estado de esta especie es desconocido. Herzog comparó esta especie a Dicranoweisia fastigiata (Mitt.) Paris descrita en Ecuador. La descripción de Herzog (1916: 165) incluye lo siguiento: tallos hasta 2 cm; hojas incurvadas y subcrispadas en seco, en húmedo erecto-patentes con ápices incurvados, hasta 2 mm de largo, angostamente lanceoladas, ápices algo obtusos, márgenes planos o angostamente recurvados, enteros en la porición basal, subcrenulado en el ápice, células de la lámina subcuadradas, paredes subsinuosas; condición sexual y esporofitos desconocidos. En el mismo volumen Herzog describe otra especie de Dicranoweisia (D. fallax Herzog D. flexipes Herzog) que fueron trasferidas posteriormente a Camptodontium.

 


 

 
 
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