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Published In: A Handbook of Malesian Mosses 2: 11. nd[1990]. (Handb. Males. Mosses) Name publication detail

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Illustrations: Yamaguchi 1993 (Pls. XIX–XXII).
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Map: Leucobryum aduncum var. scalare (Müll. Hal. ex M. Fleisch.) A. Eddy (Distribution in China)

Distribution     (Last Modified On 3/10/2009)
Habitat: on logs, tree trunks, and rocks.
Distribution: China, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, the Philippines, New Guinea, and New Caledonia.

Specimens Examined     (Last Modified On 3/10/2009)
Specimens Examined:
Chinese specimens examined: Guangxi: Shang-si Co., P.-J. Lin et al. 2223 (IBSC). Hainan: Ba-wang-ling (Mt.), P.-J. Lin et al. 3291 (IBSC); Diao-luo Shan (Mt.), P.-J. Lin et al. 3030 (IBSC); Jian-feng-ling (Mt.),
P.-C. Chen et al. 861B (IBSC; L, fide Yamaguchi 1993); Limuling (Mt.), Wei & Chen 22 (IBSC). Yunnan: Xishuangbanna, W.-X. Xu 11233 (IBSC, YUKU).


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1b. Leucobryum aduncum var. scalare (C. Müll. ex Fleisch.) A. Eddy   弯叶白发藓丛叶变种 wan-ye bai-fa xian cong-ye bian-zhong
Handb. Malesian Mosses 2: 11. f. 170. 1990. Leucobryum scalare C. Müll. ex. Fleisch., Musci Fl. Buitenzorg 1: 143. 1904. Type. The Philippines: Luzon, Micholitz 1973.
Leucobryum subscalare Broth. ex Vard., Rev. Bot. Bull. Mens. 29: 292. 1917.
This variety differs from Leucobryum aduncum var. aduncum by having leaves that are spirally arranged and usually closely imbricate, forming conical points at the stem and branch apices, and by having smaller leaves that are usually less than 3.5 mm long.


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