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Published In: Nova Guinea 12(2): 123. 1914. (Nova Guinea) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Illustration & Map     (Last Modified On 5/11/2009)
Illustrations: Campylophyllum halleri (Hedw.) M. Fleisch. (Figs. 1–14.)
Map: Campylophyllum halleri (Hedw.) M. Fleisch. (Distribution in China)

Distribution     (Last Modified On 5/11/2009)


Habitat: on alkaline soil or rocks, in alpine and subalpine forests; alt. 2400–3350 m.

Distribution: China, Japan, India, Caucasus, Europe, North America, and Mexico.

Specimens Examined     (Last Modified On 5/11/2009)
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Chinese specimens examined: Hebei: Zhuo-lu Co., C.-D. Yang 1750 (PE). Heilongjiang: Xiao Xing An Ling (Mt.), C. Gao 21, 8204 (both in MO). Hunan: Yi-zhang Co., C. Gao & G.-C. Zhang 724 (MO). Jilin: Jiao-he Co., C. Gao 1553 (MO). Sichuan: Mao-wen Co., Q. Li 6912 (IFSBH); Nan-ping Co., Redfearn 35424a (MO). Yunnan: Mt. Yulong, Long 18840, 18913(both in E).

Notes     (Last Modified On 5/11/2009)
general taxon notes:

Campylophyllum halleri is characterized by its strongly squarrose leaves with short, double costae and its serrate leaf margins that are recurved at the base. C. halleri, was considered close to the Hypnaceae by Kanda (1975).


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1. Campylophyllum halleri (Hedw.) M. Fleisch.   偏叶藓   pian ye xian
Nov. Guinea, n.s., Bot. 2: 123. 1914. Amblystegium halleri (Hedw.) C. E. O. Jensen, Danmarks Mosser 2: 73. 1923. Campylium halleri (Hedw.) Lindb., Musci Scand. 38. 1879. Hypnum halleri Sw. ex Hedw., Sp. Musc. Frond. 279. 1801. Type: Switzerland.
Plants slender, elongate, golden yellowish, glossy, in densely caespitose mats. Stems prostrate, 2–5 cm long, subpinnately branched; pseudoparaphyllia few, filamentous or foliose. Stem leaves slightly falcate-secund, 0.6–0.8 mm × ca. 0.5 mm, rounded-ovate at base, abruptly narrowed to a shortly, strongly squarrose, channeled acumen; margins serrulate above; costae very short, double; median leaf cells linear, 30–50 μm × 3–5 μm; basal cells yellow, rectangular, thick-walled; alar cells slightly differentiated, quadrate or shortly rectangular, thick-walled, yellowish. Autoicous. Inner perichaetial leaves elongate-lanceolate, ca. 3.5 mm × 0.5 mm, plicate, gradually narrowed to a long, subulate acumen; costae short or absent. Setae 15–20 mm long, reddish; capsules 1.5–1.8 mm, inclined or horizontal, cylindrical, often arching curved; endostome segments carinate; cilia 2–3, short, nodulose. Spores 10–14 mm in diameter, papillose.


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