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Studies on Mexican Mosses
Robert R. Ireland
Vol. 87, No. 4 (Winter, 1984), pp. 355-360
Published by: American Bryological and Lichenological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3242962
Page Count: 6
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A new species of Dicranum, D. tubulifolium, is described from northern Mexico. The species is apparently related to D. muehlenbeckii B.S.G. of North America, Europe and Asia. Two new combinations are made in the Hypnaceae, Isopterygium machrisianum (Crum) Irel. and Taxiphyllum robusticaule (Bartr.) Irel. Three species of Isopterygium, I. distichaceum (Mitt.) Jaeg. & Sauerb., I. homomallifolium Redf. and I. muellerianum (Schimp.) Jaeg. & Sauerb., are reported new to Mexico and a key to the species of the country is presented. The morphology of Mittenothamnium scalpellifolium is discussed.
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