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Published In: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien, Zweite Auflage 11: 327. 1925. (Nat. Pflanzenfam. (ed. 2)) Name publication detail

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Illustrations: Watanabe 1972 (Pl. 28, figs. 19–27).
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Map: Abietinella hystricosa (Mitt.) Broth. (Distribution in China)

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Habitat: on base of trees, rocks or soil.
Distribution: China, Japan, and Europe.

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Chinese specimens examined: Gansu (Kansu): Lanzhou (Lan Tcheon), Licent 252 (BM, MO). Hebei: Wei-xian Co., Mt. Xiaowutai, H.-B. Cui 2 (MO, PE); She-xian Co., H.-B. Cui 231 (MO, PE). Shaanxi: Mt. Lun-san, Giraldi s.n. (BM); Mt. Qinling, Hugh 111 (BM). Sichuan: De-ge Co., J.-L. 2043 (MO, PE); Song-pan Co., Allen 7290 (MO). Xinjiang: Mt. Tianshan, K.-J. Guan 1492, 1857 (MO, PE).


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2. Abietinella hystricosa (Mitt.) Broth. 美丽山羽藓 mei-li shan-yu xian
Nat. Pflanzenfam. (ed. 2), 11: 327. 1925. Thuidium hystricosum Mitt. in Seemann, J. Bot. 1: 356. 1863. Type. England.
Plants usually fairly robust to robust, up to 10 cm long, rarely slender, yellowish green or dark green, brownish at lower portion, in densely tufted cushions. Stems ascending or erect, 0.65 mm in diameter, regularly pinnately branched; branches rigid, apex obtuse, 7–15 mm long; central strand present; paraphyllia numerous, foliose or filamentous, branched, smooth. Stem leaves ovate-oblong, gradually narrowed to a lanceolate acumen, weakly plicate, often secund, ca. 3.0 mm × 1.0–1.5 mm; leaf margins finely serrulate; costa up to 3/4 the leaf length, coarsely papillose on back; leaf cells narrowly oval, smooth or unipapillose; branch leaves narrowly ovate, concave, slightly plicate, sometimes indistinctly multipapillose; median cells hexagonal or rhomboidal, smooth, rarely minutely unipapillose. Sporophytes not seen.


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