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Published In: Taxon 65(1): 14. 2016. (Taxon) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 5/21/2020)
Acceptance : Accepted
Note : Previously as Pseudosymblepharis schlimii (Müll. Hal.) M. Alonso, M.J. Cano & J.A. Jiménez
Project Data     (Last Modified On 5/21/2020)
Plant Category: Moss
EcoRegions: Chiquitano, Open Yungas montane, Open Tucuman-Bolivian montane
Elevation: 0-500, 500-1000, 1000-1500, 1500-2000, 2000-2500
Substrate: soil, rocks, logs, treelets and trees
Frequency: common

Notes     (Last Modified On 5/21/2020)
general taxon notes:
Ecology. Chiquitano to open premontane to high montane (Yungas, Tucumán-Bolivian); in exposed, often disturbed sites, on soil, rocks, logs and tree trunks. Elevation: 380-2360 m. Distribution: Bolivia: Cochabamba, La Paz, Santa Cruz. World range: West Indies, Mexico, Central America, tropical Andes and Brazil.
 
Ecología. Chiquitano a premontano abierto a montano alto (Yungas, Tucumáno-Boliviano); en sitios expuestos, a menudo alterados, sobre suelo, rocas, troncos en descomposción y troncos de árboles. Altitud: 380-2360 m. Distribución: Bolivia: Cochabamba, La Paz, Santa Cruz. Distribución mundial: Caribe, México, Centro América, Andes tropicales y Brasil.
 
Pseudosymblepharis schlimii is characterized by the linear to linear–lanceolate leaves with acute apices, cross–section at midleaf circular, and basal marginal cells running up the margin forming a weak V–shaped pattern of hyaline and smooth cells which reach 1/4 ⁄ the leaf length. As noted by Alonso et al. 2014, P. schimperiana is similar to P. schlimii but differs by the acuminate apices and clasping leaf base. Trichostomum tenuirostre is similar to P. schlimii in leaf shape, but differs by basal cells that do not extend up along the margin forming a V-shaped pattern, and larger dorsal stereid band than the ventral band.
 
Pseudosymblepharis schlimii se caracteriza por las hojas lineares a linear–lanceoladas con ápices agudos, corte transversal a media hoja circular, y células basales marginales subiendo por el margen formando un patrón débil en forma de V de células hialinas y lisas que alcanzan 1/4 del largo de la hoja. Como fue mencionado por Alonso et al. 2014, P. schimperiana es similar a P. schlimii pero se diferencia por el ápice acuminado y base de la hoja envainante. Trichostomum tenuirostre tiene las hojas de forma similar a P. schlimii, pero las células basales no se extienden hacia arriba a lo largo del margen formando a un patrón en forma de V, y la franja de estereidas dorsales es mayor que la franja ventral.

 
 


 

 
 
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