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Published In: Bryologia Javanica 1: 77. 64. 1858. (Bryol. Jav.) Name publication detail
 

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Illustrations: Campylopus zollingerianus (Müll. Hal.) Bosch & Sande Lac. (Figs. 12–19.)
Map: Campylopus zollingerianus (Müll. Hal.) Bosch & Sande Lac. (Distribution in China)

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Habitat: on soil or rocks.
Distribution: China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Hawaii.

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Chinese specimens examined: Hainan: Bawangling (Mt.), Reese 17567 (LAF, MO). Sichuan: Yan-yuan (Yen-yuen) Co., Handel-Mazzetti 2848 (H). Yunnan: between Yanggai and Hwadung, Handel-Mazetti 4957 (H).

 

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17. Campylopus zollingeranus (C. Müll.) Bosch & Sande Lac.   车氏曲柄藓 che-shi qu-bing xian
Bryol. Jav. 1: 77. 1858. Campylopus fragilis (Brid.) Bruch & Schimp. in B.S.G. ssp. zollingeranus (C. Müll.) J.-P. Frahm, Trop. Bryol. 4: 61. 1991. Dicranum zollingeranum C. Müll., Syn. Musc. Frond. 2: 599. 1851. Type. Indonesia: Sumbawa, Zollinger 1184.
Campylopus crispifolius Bartr., Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 37: 45. 1965.
Campylopus subgracilis Ren. & Card. ex Gangulee, Bull. Bot. Soc. Bengal 14: 26. 1960 [1963].
 
Plants small to medium-sized, up to 2 cm high, comose foliate, green to yellowish green, shiny, in compact tufts. Stems erect, simple or branched, somewhat radiculose at base; central strand weakly developed; small, hooked brood leaves sometimes present in the axils of the comal tufts at the stem tips. Leaves rigid, erect or appressed, slightly flexuose to falcate-secund when dry, erect-patent when moist, lanceolate from a narrowly oblong-ovate base, gradually narrowed to a long subulate acumen; margins plane or slightly involute above, entire or serrulate only at the apex; costa widest about in the middle, gradually narrowed toward leaf base, occupying 1/3–2/3 the leaf base width, shortly excurrent in a non-hyaline tip, smooth or slightly ridged at back in the upper part, with only dorsal stereid band in transverse section; upper cells rectangular or somewhat rhomboidal, thick-walled; basal cells rectangular, thin-walled, hyaline, becoming narrower at the margins; alar cells slightly differentiated, only somewhat inflated, thin-walled, hyaline. Dioicous. Perichaetial leaves sheathing at base. Setae straight when dry, cygneous when moist, ca. 10 mm long, yellowish brown; capsules erect, ellipsoidal, symmetric, not contracted below the mouth; opercula obliquely long-rostrate, ca. 3/4 the total length of urns; annuli in 2 rows of cells; peristome teeth divided to the middle, hyaline at tips, cross-striate at base. Calyptrae cucullate, entire at base. Spores 10–15 µm in diameter, brownish green.
 
 
 
 
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