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Group: Moss Rank: species Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, upper, cases, M140

Authors: Published In: Phytologia 41: 25. 1978. (Phytologia) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
Basionym:
Barbula vinealis Brid. 
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Other combinations for  Barbula vinealis Brid.:
*Barbula cylindrica subsp. vinealis (Brid.) Dixon
*Barbula cylindrica var. vinealis (Brid.) Lindb.
Barbula fallax var. vinealis (Brid.) Huebener
Tortula fallax var. vinealis (Brid.) De Not.
Tortula vinealis (Brid.) Spruce
!Vinealobryum vineale (Brid.) R.H. Zander
Projects: Andean Bryo , Cent. Amer. Moss , China Moss

Keywords: 11, MOSS
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Didymodon vinealis


Gittins - 1944-B - United States


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References
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Accepted By and Published In:
  • Reference article Zander, R. H. 1978. New combinations in Didymodon (Musci) and a key to the taxa of North America north of Mexico. Phytologia 41: 11–32. View in Biodiversity Heritage Library
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  • Reference article Allen, B. 2002. Moss flora of Central America, Part 2. Encalyptaceae--Orthotrichaceae. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 90. viii + 699 pages.
  • Reference article Anderson, L. E., H. A. Crum & W. R. Buck. 1990. List of mosses of North America north of Mexico. Bryologist 93: 448–499.
  • Reference article Churchill, S. P. & E. L. Linares C. 1995. Prodromus bryologiae Novo-Granatensis: introducción a la flora de musgos de Colombia. Parte 2: Grimmiaceae a Trachypodaceae. Bibliot. José Jerónimo Triana 12: 455–924.
  • Reference article Corley, M. F. V., A. C. Crundwell, R. Düll, M. O. Hill & A. J. E. Smith. 1981 [1982]. Mosses of Europe and the Azores: an annotated list of species, with synonyms from the recent literature. J. Bryol. 11: 609–689.
  • Reference article Crosby, M. R. & o. REVISED. 1999. REVISED: accepted in a monograph, revision, or descriptive flora since 1963. In Checklist Mosses. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.
  • Reference article Eddy, A. n.d. [1990]. Leucobryaceae to Buxbaumiaceae. 2. [iv] + 256 pages. In Handb. Males. Mosses. Natural History Museum Publications, London.
  • Reference article Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2007. Bryophytes: Mosses. Fl. N. Amer. 27(1): i–xxi, 1–711.
  • Reference article Ignatov, M. S. & O. M. Afonina. 1992. Checklist of mosses of the former USSR. Arctoa 1: 1–85.
  • Reference article Ireland, R. R., G. R. Brassard, W. B. Schofield & D. H. Vitt. 1987. Checklist of the mosses of Canada II. Lindbergia 13: 1–62.
  • Reference article Menzel, M. 1992. Preliminary checklist of the mosses of Peru (Studies on Peruvian Bryophytes IV). J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 71: 175–254.
  • Reference article Redfearn, P. L. J. & P. c. Wu. 1986. Catalog of the mosses of China. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 73: 177–208. View in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
  • Reference article Sollman, P. 1984. Notes on pottiaceous mosses II. Lindbergia 10: 53–56.
  • Reference article Sollman, P. 1983. Notes on Pottiaceous mosses I. Bryologist 86: 271–272.
  • Reference article Sollman, P. 1994. New and noteworthy records and new synonyms in pottiaceous mosses, mostly from SE-Asia. Trop. Bryol. 9: 75–78.
  • Reference article Sollman, P. 1995 [1996]. Studies on Australian pottiaceous mosses. Lindbergia 20: 144–146.
  • Reference article Stark, L. R. & R. C. Castetter. 1982. A preliminary list of bryophytes from the Organ Mountains, New Mexico. Bryologist 85: 307–311.
  • Reference article Zander, R. H. 1993. Genera of the Pottiaceae: mosses of harsh environments. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 32. vi + 378 pages. View in Biodiversity Heritage LibraryView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
  • Reference article Zander, R. H. 1994. Didymodon in A. J. Sharp et al. (editors), Moss Flora of Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 69: 299–319.
  • Reference article Zander, R. H. 1999. A new species of Didymodon (Bryopsida) from western North America and a regional key to the taxa. Bryologist 102: 112–115.
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Specimen coordinates enclosed in square brackets [ ] have been approximated based on political units.
Literature Based Distribution
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Mapping will be based on a standard reference mark based on political units when available.
  • North America
    • United States New Mexico: Stark, L. R. & R. C. Castetter. 1982. A preliminary list of bryophytes from the Organ Mountains, New Mexico. Bryologist 85: 307–311.
  • Asia
    • Malaysia : Eddy, A. n.d. [1990]. Leucobryaceae to Buxbaumiaceae. 2. [iv] + 256 pages. In Handb. Males. Mosses. Natural History Museum Publications, London.
    • Philippines : Eddy, A. n.d. [1990]. Leucobryaceae to Buxbaumiaceae. 2. [iv] + 256 pages. In Handb. Males. Mosses. Natural History Museum Publications, London.
  • Mesoamerica
    • Mexico : Zander, R. H. 1994. Didymodon in A. J. Sharp et al. (editors), Moss Flora of Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 69: 299–319.
  • Asia
    • Kazakhstan : Allen, B. 1999. Conspectus of the mosses of Central Asia. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard.
    • Java : Eddy, A. n.d. [1990]. Leucobryaceae to Buxbaumiaceae. 2. [iv] + 256 pages. In Handb. Males. Mosses. Natural History Museum Publications, London.
    • China : Redfearn, P. L. J. & P. c. Wu. 1986. Catalog of the mosses of China. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 73: 177–208.
 
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