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Orthotrichum consimile Mitt. Still in Europe

Jette Lewinsky-Haapasaari, Alicia Ederra Induráin and Carsten Schmidt
Lindbergia
Vol. 20, No. 2/3 (1995/1996), pp. 56-61
Published by: Oikos Editorial Office
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20149891
Page Count: 6

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Topics: Plant cells, Herbaria, Leaves, Capsules, Species extinction, Mosses, Stomata, Spores, Taxa, Plant collections
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Abstract

Orthotrichum consimile Mitt., earlier regarded as extinct in Europe, is recorded from two new localities: Fuente Urona, Navarra, Spain, and Brilon, Westphalia, Germany. Apart from being smaller, the plants agree well with North American populations. The European specimens are illustrated and the distribution is mapped. Orthotrichum pulchellum Brunt. is excluded from the Spanish moss flora.

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