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Published In: Muscologia Britannica 79–80, pl. 3 [near upper right], 22 [upper center left & right]. 1818. (Muscol. Brit.) Name publication detail

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A genus of 18 species mostly associated with the north temperate regions; six species recorded for the Neotropics (Mexico, Central America, Bolivia, Brazil, and Greater Antilles). Granzow-de la Cerda (1992, 1997) has demonstrated that Haplohymenium is derived within Anomodon, and treated it as a section within that genus. The description taken from Granzow-de la Cerda (1997).
Un género de 18 especies mayormente asociadas con regiones del norte templado; seis especies reportadas para el Neotrópico (México, Centroamérica, Bolivia, Brasil, y las Antillas Mayores). Granzow-de la Cerda (1992, 1997) demostró que Haplohymenium es un derivado dentro de Anomodon, y lo trató como una sección dentro de este género.

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