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Published In: Mémoires de la Société Linnéenne de Paris, précédés de son histoire 3: 226. 1825. (Mém. Soc. Linn. Paris) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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This genus was known in the earlier literature as Eriopus Brid., an illegitimate name. It is characterized by ascending stems with complanate foliation, often bearing attenuate branches with highly branched, filiform propagula in the leaf axils. The very short double costae separate it from the genera with strong double costae, such as Actinodontium, Callicostella, Cyclodictyon, and Hookeriopsis.
 
Calyptrochaeta has about 30 species worldwide, and 2 species are recognized in China.

 

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3. Calyptrochaeta Desv. 毛蒴藓属 mao-shuo xian shu
Mém. Soc. Linn. Paris 3: 226. 1825.
 
Plants brownish green, in lax tufts. Stems simple or branched, with complanate, flexuous leaves when dry, flat, laxly foliate, usually with conspicuous clusters of brown, filiform propagula in upper leaf axils. Leaves dimorphic, lateral leaves spreading, leaves of dorsal and ventral rows smaller and erect, ovate, shortly acuminate, bordered, serrate above; costa short, forked; laminal cells lax, smooth, rhomboidal or fusiform in the upper half of the leaf, becoming narrowly rectangular at base. Perichaetial leaves smaller. Setae lateral, spinose; capsules ovoid or oblong-ovoid, horizontal; exostome teeth striolate below, becoming papillose above; opercula conic, beaked. Calyptrae campanulate, lobed at base.
 
 

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1. Leaf margins weakly toothed; upper leaf cells shortly oval-hexagonal (1.5:1), thin-walled..... 1. C. japonica
1. Leaf margins strongly toothed; upper leaf cells oblong-rhomboidal to fusiform............. 2. C. ramosa subsp. spinosa
 
 
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