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Published In: Annales Botanici Fennici 21: 288. 1984. (Ann. Bot. Fenn.) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 5/26/2009)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 8/10/2013)
Status: Endemic
EcoRegions: Yungas montane forest
Elevation: 2000-2500
Substrate: soil
Frequency: rare

Notes     (Last Modified On 8/10/2013)
general taxon notes:

Ecology. Open Yungas montane; on soil. Elevation. 2200 m. Distribution. Bolivia: Cochabamba. World range: endemic to Bolivia?
Ecología. Montano abierto de Yungas; sobre suelo. Altitud. 2200 m. Distribución. Bolivia: Cochabamba. Distribución mundial: endémico de Bolivia?
Only known from the type made by Herzog from Incacorral (Department of Cochabamba). This species was originally described as Bryum albidum Broth. (Brotherus in Herzog 1916) nom. illeg., and renamed and validated by Ochi (1980) as Bryum albo-imbricatum Ochi. Anomobryum albo-imbricatum is characterizecd by the acuminate leaf apex, slender costa ending far below the apex, and hyaline upper laminal cells.
Sólo es conocida por la colección tipo realizada por Herzog en Incacorral (departamento de Cochabamba). Esta especie fue descrita originalmente como Bryum albidum Broth. (Brotherus en Herzog 1916) nom. illeg., y renombrado y validado por Ochi (1980) como Bryum albo-imbricatum Ochi. Anomobryum albo-imbricatum se caracteriza por los ápices de las hojas acuminados, costa delgada terminando muy por debajo del ápice, y células superiores de la lámina hialinas.



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