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Published In: Nuovo Giornale Botanico Italiano, n.s. 5(2): 207. 1898. (Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital., n.s.) Name publication detail
 

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Illustrations: Granzow de la Cerda 1997 (Fig. 5, a–f); Watanabe 1972 (Pl. 47, figs. 1–17).
 
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Habitat: on dead logs, soil, or moist rocks.
Distribution: China, Korea, Japan, Nepal, India, Russia, and Mexico.
 

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Chinese specimens examined: Hubei: Shennongjia, P.-C. Wu 67, 69, 133 (MO, PE). Jiangsu: Wu Co., Dongshan, P.-P. Ling 622 (NAS), P.-C. Wu & Y.-X. Jing 1647 (NAS). Sichuan: Nan-ping Co., S. He 30378, 30019 (MO). Yunnan: Xishuangbanna, W.-X. Xu 11374 (PE). Zhejiang: Lin-an Co., P.-C. Wu 7616 (MO, PE).
 

 

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8. Anomodon thraustus Müll. Hal. 碎叶牛叶藓  sui-ye niu-ye xian
Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital., n. ser. 5: 207. 1898. Type. China: Shaanxi (Schen-si), in monte Tui-kio-san, Sept. 1896, Giraldi s.n.
?Anomodon rotundatus Par. & Broth., Rev. Bryol. 36: 11. 1909. Type. China: Shanghai, Xujiahui, Courtois & Henry s.n.
 
Plants rather slender, dark green when dry, bright green when moist, in loose mats. Stems creeping, elongate, irregularly pinnately branched; branches erect to ascending, somewhat julaceous; central strand differentiated. Leaves lingulate, 1.2–1.8(–2.0) mm × 0.5–0.6 mm, abruptly narrowed at the middle from an ovate base to an obtuse to rounded apex, delicate and fragile, somewhat crisped, secund when dry, reflexed when moist; leaf margins plane, entire; costa single, 1/2–4/5 the leaf length, often indistinct or sometimes forked above the middle, papillose on the back; median and upper cells mostly rounded hexagonal, ca. 8–15 µm wide, multipapillose, thick-walled; basal juxtacostal cells elongate, 10–20 µm × 5–9 µm, thick-walled, smooth or unipapillose. Dioicous. Perichaetial leaves shortly ovate-lanceolate. Setae reddish brown, 5–13 mm long; capsules cylindrical, erect, symmetrical; opercula conic, shortly obliquely beaked; annuli well differentiated; peristome double; exostome teeth lanceolate, papillose at base, hyaline above; endostome very reduced or rudimentary; basal membrane very low or absent; cilia absent. Calyptrae cucullate, smooth or slightly glabrous. Spores spherical, 10–18 µm in diameter, smooth to finely papillose.
 
 
 


 

 
 
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