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Publicado en: Observationes Botanicae 34. 1803. (Observ. Bot.) Name publication detail
 

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The genus Diphyscium consists of some 15 species in the world (Magombo 2003). Seven species are recognized here for China.


 

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1. Diphyscium Mohr   短颈藓属   duan jing xian shu
Observ. Bot. 34. 1803.
Hymenopogon P. de Beauv. ex P. de Beauv., Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat. 4: 488. 1816, hom. illeg.
Florschuetzia Crosby, Bryologist 80: 149. 1977, hom. illeg.
Muscoflorschuetzia Crosby, Bryologist 81: 338. 1978.
Pseudotimmiella Bizot, Cryptog. Bryol. Lichénol. 1: 425. 1980.
Theriotia Card., Beih. Bot. Centralbl. 17: 8. 1904.
 
The description of the genus is the same as that of the family.  
 
 

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1. Lamina in mid-leaf cross section 3–14 cells thick.....................................................5. D. lorifolium
1. Lamina in mid-leaf cross section 2–3 cells thick..........................................................................2
2. Leaf cells smooth......................................................................................................................3
2. Leaf cells mammillose or papillose..............................................................................................5
3. Leaf margins entire below, serrate or dentate above.............................................4. D. longifolium
3. Leaf margins entire throughout or only minutely crenulate at apex.....................................................4
4. Costa in cross section without stereid bands; stomata present at mouth of capsule...................7. D. satoi
4. Costa in cross section with dorsal and ventral stereid bands; stomata absent............. 6. D. mucronifolium
5. Leaf cells mammillose or unipapillose.......................................1. D. chiapense subsp. unipapillosum
5. Leaf cells pluripapillose.............................................................................................................6
6. Costa ending below apex; leaf apices obtuse or acute; stomata present at base of capsules.....2. D. foliosum
6. Costa reaching apex to shortly excurrent; leaf apices mucronate or apiculate; stomata present at mouth of capsules................................................................................................................ 3. D. fulvifolium
 
 
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