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Published In: Revue Bryologique 26: 25. 1899. (Rev. Bryol.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Illustrations: P.-C. Wu (ed.) 2001 (Pl. 70, figs. 10–17).
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Map: Haplohymenium triste (Ces.) Kindb. (Distribution in China)

Distribution     (Last Modified On 3/27/2009)
Habitat: usually on trees, rarely on moist shady rock surfaces; alt. 500–1000 m.
Distribution: China, Korea, Japan, Russia (Siberia), Europe, Central and North America (including Hawaii).

Specimens Examined     (Last Modified On 3/27/2009)
Specimens Examined:
Chinese specimens examined: Anhui: Huang Shan (Mt.), P.-C. Chen 6534 (PE). Guizhou: Gui-yang City, Gui-yang Teacher’s Coll. 86 (MO). Heilongjiang: Yi-chun City, Wu-ying, Vitt 34863 (ALTA, MO). Hubei: Mt. Shennongjia, Tong-cha-gou, P.-C. Wu 80 (MO, PE), Yangriwan, P.-C. Wu 260 (H, MO, NY, PE). Jiangxi: Lushan (Mt.), P.-C. Chen et al. 225 (MO, PE). Jilin: Mt. Changbai, C. Gao 22126 (IFSBH, MO). Nei Mongol: Keerginyouyiqiang, Mt. Beilangjiguan, X.-L. Bai 1560 (HIMC). Sichuan: Nan-ping Co., S. He 30157a (MO); Tian-quan Co., S. He 32096 (MO). Taiwan: Mt. Alishan, Z.-Y. Jiang (MO, TAI); Tai-nan Co., Noguchi 2475 (NICH), 5867 (TNS); Tai-pei Co., S.-H. Lin s.n. [Bryophytes of Taiwan Exsiccatae ser. 2, no. 69] (MO); Tai-tung Co., S.-H. Lin s.n. [Bryophytes of Taiwan Exsiccatae ser. 4, no. 169] (MO). Xinjiang: Eastern Tianshan Mts., J.-C. Zhao 86499 (J.-C. Zhao 1993). Xizang: Cha-yu Co., without exact specimen mumber [X.- J. Li (ed.) 1985].

Notes     (Last Modified On 3/27/2009)
general taxon notes:
This widely distributed species is the most common Haplohymenium. Its habit and size are variable. The leaves are very similar to those of Anomodon; however, the slender appearance of the plants and the imbricate leaves separate it from the species of Anomodon. Haplohymenium pseudo-triste is very close to H. triste morphologically, except that the plants of the former species are much more slender.


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5. Haplohymenium triste(Cesati in De Notaris) Kindb. 暗绿多枝藓 an-lv duo-zhi xian
Rev. Bryol. 26: 25. 1899. Anomodon tristis (Cesati in De Notaris) Sull. & Lesq., Musci Hep. U.S. (repr.) 241 [Schedae 52]. 1856. Hypnum triste (Cesati in De Notaris) C. Müll., Syn. 2: 478. 1851. Leskea tristis Cesati in De Notaris, Syllab. Musc. 67. 1838. Type. Italy: Lake Maggiore, Cesati s.n.
Haplohymenium sinensi-triste (C. Müll.) Broth., Nat. Pflanzenfam. I(3): 986. 1907. Anomodon sinensi-tristis C. Müll., Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital., n. ser. 3: 118. 1896. Type. China: Shaanxi (Schen-si), Giraldi s.n.
Haplohymenium formosanum Nog., Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Taiwan 26: 43. 3 f. 14–17. 1936. Type. China: Taiwan, Tai-nan Co., Mt. Kodama, Noguchi 5867. Synonymized by Granzow de la Cerda (1997).
Haplohymenium longiglossum P.-C. Chen, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 58: 31. 1955. Type. China: Sichuan (Szetschwan) Prov., Mt. Omei, P.-C. Chen 5353 (holotype PE). Synonymized by Granzow de la Cerda (1997).
Haplohymenium microphyllum (Broth. & Par.) Broth., Nat. Pflanzenfam. I(3): 986. 1907, hom. illeg. Anomodon microphyllum Broth. & Par., Rev. Bryol. 31: 56. 1904.
Hypnum fragile (Wils.) C. Müll., Syn. 2: 471. 1851. Anomodon fragilis Wils., London J. Bot. 7: 275. 1848. Type. China: Chusan, Anderson s.n. Synonymized by Granzow de la Cerda (1997).
Plants rather slender, yellowish green to brownish green, in loose mats. Stems creeping, up to 5 cm long, usually irregularly pinnately branched; branches 3–5 mm long; central strand present. Stem leaves imbricate when dry, erect-spreading when moist, ovate or widely ovate at base, abruptly narrowed to a lanceolate or lingulate apex; leaf margins densely papillose; costa slender, up to the leaf middle or above; median leaf cells rounded quadrate, ca. 10 µm wide, densely multipapillose; basal median cells elliptic, smooth; branch leaves similar to stem leaves, lingulate above. Dioicous. Perichaetial leaves widely oblong-ovate at base, narrowly lanceolate at apex; costa extending up to leaf apex. Setae slender, yellowish brown, ca. 1.5 cm long; capsules ovoid, erect; opercula conical; annuli large; exostome lightly yellowish brown, divided above into 2 lanceolate teeth, densely papillose. Spores large, up to 10 µm in diameter, finely papillose.


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