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Published In: Species Muscorum Frondosorum, Supplementum Primum 1: 33. 1811. (Sp. Musc. Frond., Suppl. 1) Name publication detail
 

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Anoectangium contains 47 species, primarily tropical, extending into the temperate mountainous regions and the Arctic; about five species recorded for the Neotropics. The genus is distinguished by the sporophytes borne terminally on short lateral branches, leaves often ligulate to narrowly lanceolate, costa deeply grooved, absence of a ventral stereid band, and laminal cells usually strongly bulging-pluripapillose. A worldwide revision is needed for this genus. Apparently only a single species recorded for Bolivia; several other described species require further studies. Keys to the species adapted from Zander and Eckel (2007).

Anoectangium contiene 47 especies, principalmente tropicales, extendiéndose en regiones montañosas templado y el árctico; ca. cinco especies fueron registradas en el Neotrópico. El género se distingue por llevar los esporofitos en ramas laterales cortas, hojas a menudo liguladas, costa profundamente sulcada, ausencia de una banda ventral de estereidas y células de la lámina por lo general marcadamente abultado-pluripapilosas.

 

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Anoectangium brachyphyllum Broth., Biblioth. Bot. 88: 10. 1920. Type: Bolivia. An feuchten Felsen der Talschlucht von Tablas, ca. 1800 m, Herzog 4572.

Anoectangium herzogii Broth., Biblioth. Bot. 87: 60. 1916. Syntypes: Bolivia. Felsen an Tunari, alt. 4700 m, Herzog 4839; Cuesta de Liryuni, alt.3600-3800 m, Herzog 3453.

Anoectangium lineare (Müll. Hal.) Broth., Nat. Pflanzenfam. 1(3): 458. 1902. Zygodon lineare Müll. Hal., Linnaea 42: 370. 1879. Syntypes: Argentina. Catamarca, supra Yakutula in convalle Granadillas in alpinis Vayas altas, alt. 9-10,000’, initio Februarii 1872, Lorentz; Tucumán, in montibus prope Tafi, m. Martii, Lorentz; Bolivia. Rio Guyabaya: Mandon, cujus specimina sub Anoectangio Mandoniano Schpr. in Herbariis occurrunt.

Anoectangium pflanzii Broth., Bot. Jahrb. Syst.49: 176. 1912. Type: Bolivia. Palca-La Paz, 4400 m ü. M, Pflanz 184 p.p., 186. 192.

?Zygodon mandonianus Müll. Hal., Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital. n. s. 4: 121. 1897. Type: Bolivia. Prov. Larecaja, prope Quiabaya ad rivum de Ucumariui, 2700 m, Martio 1856, Mandon.


 

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1. Leaves distant on the stem, stem visible, short-lanceolate to ligulate, not slightly constricted above base, apex narrowly to broadly acute, costa percurrent in distal leaves into a clear sharp cell … A. aestivum
1. Leaves dense, crowded on the stem, stem not visible, long-lanceolate to linear-elliptic, constricted above base, apex narrowly acute to acuminate, costa excurrent into a short or long, stout mucro of several cells … A. stracheyanum
 
1. Hojas distantes en el tallo, tallo visible, hojas corto-lanceoladas a liguladas, no escasamente constrictas encima de la base, ápices angostamente a ampliamente agudos, costa percurrente en las hojas distales terminando en una célula claramente afilada … A. aestivum
1. Hojas densas, agregado en el tallo, tallo no visible, hojas largo-lanceoladas a linear-elípticas, constrictas encima de la base, ápices angostamente agudos a acuminados, costa excurrente terminando en un mucrón robusto de varias células, corto o largo … A. stracheyanum
 
 
 
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