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Published In: Mémoires de la Société des Sciences Naturelles et Mathématiques de Cherbourg 21: 272. 1877. (Mém. Soc. Sci. Nat. Math. Cherbourg) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/18/2009)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 4/30/2018)
Plant Category: Mosses
country distribution: Colombia
EcoRegions: Montane Forest
elevation: 1500-2000
substrate: soil
frequency: rare

Notes     (Last Modified On 4/30/2018)
Notes:

Ecology: Secondary montane forest; in shade, on soil along streams. Elevation: 1840 m. Distribution: Colombia, possibly in various localities in tropical South America (including Paraguay). Assigned to section Subsecunda. Previously known only from Paraguay. See Crum and Buck (1988) for description and illustration.

Ecología: Bosque montano secundario; en sombra, en suelo a lo largo de quebradas. Elevación: 1840 m. Distribución: Colombia, posiblemente en varias localidades en Sur América tropical (incluyendo Paraguay). Asignada a la sección Subsecunda. Previamente conocida sólo en Paraguay. Ver en Crum y Buck (1988) la descripción e ilustración.


 

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Plants small and slender, pale-green to yellowish-brown. Stem cortex 1-layered, with few to numerous cells uniporose at the upper ends. Stem leaves elliptic to oblong, 1.2-1.8 mm, apex rounded, somewhat concave; hyaline cells fibrillose throughout, undivided, on the outer surface with many commissural pores in ± continuous rows, on the inner surface pores absent or occasional with a single and small corner pore. Branches stout, in fascicales of 2, both spreading, or 3 with 1 pendent, retort cells with inconspicuous necks. Branch leaves erect (not secund), broadly ovate to elliptic, 1-1.4 mm, concave, apex rounded-obtuse, narrowly bordered; hyaline cells on the outer surface with many rounded to elliptic pores in ± continuous commissural rows with occasional connecting fibrils, on the inner surface with pores absent or occasionally single and small at side corners; in cross-section green cells narrowly rectangular, exposed equally on both surfaces by thickened end walls, somewhat more on the inner; hyaline cells ± convex on both surfaces. Crum & Buck 1988.

Plantas pequeñas y delgadas, verde pálido a marrón-amarillento. Tallo con corteza uniestratificada, con pocas a numerosos células uniporosas en los extremos superiores. Hojas del tallo elípticas a oblongas, 1.2-1.8 mm, ápice redondeado, algo cóncavo; fibrillas a lo largo de las células hialinas, no divididas, muchos poros en filas ± continuas en la superficie externa de la comisura, superficie interna de la comisura sin poros o en ocasiones con un solo poro angular pequeño. Ramas robustas, en fascículos de 2 ramitas patentes, o 3 con 1 pendiente, células lageniformes con cuellos no conspicuos. Hojas de las ramas erectas (no secundas), anchamente ovadas a elípticas, 1-1.4 mm, cóncavas, ápice redondeado-obtuso, borde angosto; células hialinas en la superficie externa de la comisura con muchos poros redondeados a elípticos en filas± continuas, eventualmente con fibrillas conectivas, superficie interna sin poros u ocasionalmente con poros simples y pequeños en los ángulos laterales; células verdes angostamente rectangulares en corte transversal, expuestas de la misma manera en ambas superficies por las paredes engrosadas en los extremos, algo más en la superficie interna; células hialinas ± convexas en ambas superficies. Crum & Buck 1988.

 
 


 

 
 
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