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Published In: Bryologia Europaea 3: 141 (fasc. 25–28. Monogr. 7). 1845. (Bryol. Eur.) Name publication detail
 

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Illustrations: Noguchi 1988 (Fig. 156, A, as Racomitrium heterostichum var. sudeticum).

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Map: Racomitrium sudeticum (Funck) Bruch & Schimp. (Distribution in China)

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Chinese specimens examined: Chongqing: Jiang-bei Co., L.-Q. Xia 170 (MO, PE). Sichuan: Lu-ding Co., Y. Xuan 13699 (HKAS, IFSBH); Si-kang Co., Q.-W. Wang 6909 (IFSBH, PE). Xizang: Mo-tuo Co., S.-K. Chen 97a (HKAS, IFSBH); Ya-dong Co., M. Zang 366, 774 (HKAS, IFSBH).
 

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Habitat: on rocks or sandy slopes in alpine or subalpine regions.
Distribution: China, Japan, Russia, Europe, and North America.
 
Chinese specimens examined: Chongqing: Jiang-bei Co., L.-Q. Xia 170 (MO, PE). Sichuan: Lu-ding Co., Y. Xuan 13699 (HKAS, IFSBH); Si-kang Co., Q.-W. Wang 6909 (IFSBH, PE). Xizang: Mo-tuo Co., S.-K. Chen 97a (HKAS, IFSBH); Ya-dong Co., M. Zang 366, 774 (HKAS, IFSBH).
 
Racomitrium sudeticum is a variable species. It is characterized by usually dark brownish plants, bistratose upper leaf margins, and shorter upper leaf cells that are either oblate or shortly rectangular.

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general taxon notes:
Racomitrium sudeticum is a variable species. It is characterized by usually dark brownish plants, bistratose upper leaf margins, and shorter upper leaf cells that are either oblate or shortly rectangular.

 

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21. Racomitrium sudeticum (Funck.) Bruch. & Schimp. in B.S.G.   高山砂藓   gao-shan sha xian
Bryol. Eur. 3: 141 (fasc. 25–26. Monogr. 7). 1845. Racomitrium heterostichum var. sudeticum (Funck.) Bauer, Musci Eur. & Amer. Exsic. 43: n. 2019. 1931. Racomitrium heterostichum subsp. sudeticum (Funck.) Dix., Stud. Handb. Brit. Mosses 154. 1896. Campylopus sudeticus (Funck.) Fürnr., Flora 12: 595. 1829, nom. inval. in synon. Trichostomum sudeticum Funck., Deutschl. Moose 26. 1820. Type. Sudetic Mountains.
Racomitrium amoenum (Broth.) Par., Index Bryol. Suppl. 293. 1900. Grimmia amoena Broth., Öfvers. Forh. Finska Vetensk.-Soc. 42: 99. 1900.
Racomitrium skottsbergii Card. & Broth., Kongl. Vetensk. Acad. Handl. 63(10): 29. pl. 4, f. 3a. 1923.
Racomitrium substenocladum Card., Rev. Bryol. 38: 127. 1911.
 
Plants medium-sized, 2–3 cm long, brownish green to dark brownish, usually in dense tufts or cushions. Stems densely irregularly branched; central strand absent. Leaves imbricately appressed when dry, erect-spreading when moist, ovate-lanceolate, 1.7–2.7 mm long, keeled above, without or with short, dentate, hyaline hair-points; margins recurved on both sides, one side up to 1/2–3/4 the leaf length, shortly recurved on the other side, bistratose at the upper margins; costa thick, percurrent, convex on the dorsal side; laminal cells unistratose, sinuosely thick-walled; upper cells oblate or shortly rectangular, 7–12 µm × 6–8 µm; median cells subquadrate to shortly rectangular, 10–20 µm × 7–9 µm; basal cells elongate-rectangular, 20–40 µm × 9–10 µm, strongly sinuosely thick-walled, porose; alar cells not differentiated, with only a row of 5–15 rectangular cells, straight-walled, somewhat yellowish. Perichaetial leaves ovate-lanceolate, without hyaline hair-points. Setae erect, 2.5–3.5 mm long; capsules ovoid to oblong-ovoid, 0.7–1.5 mm long; opercula shortly rostrate; peristome teeth linear-lanceolate, divided to the base. Calyptrae mitrate, lobed at base. Spores spherical, 12–16 µm in diameter.
 
 
 


 

 
 
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