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Synopsis of the Genus Campylopus in North America North of Mexico
Vol. 83, No. 4 (Winter, 1980), pp. 570-588
Published by: American Bryological and Lichenological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3242320
Page Count: 19
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All Campylopus species reported from North America north of Mexico have been critically revised. Campylopus subleucogaster C. Müll, and C. donnellii (Aust.) Lesq. & Jam. are conspecific with C. surinamensis C. Müll. (= C. gracilicaulis Mitt.). Campylopus angustiretis (Aust.) Lesq. & Jam. is newly combined as a variety of C. surinamensis, and C. atrovirens De Not. var. cucullatifolius is described as new. Campylopus aureus Bosch. & Lac., C. introflexus (Hedw.) Brid., C. oerstedianus (C. Müll.) Mitt, and C. subulatus Schimp, are reported new to North America. There is discussion of each of the species of Campylopus presently known from North America north of Mexico, including remarks on the taxonomy and distinguishing characteristics. A key to all species is given.
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