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Published In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 36: 221. 1946. (J. Wash. Acad. Sci.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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Globulinella is distinguished by the appressed, concave, obovate to spathulate leaves, broadly acute, often cucullate apex, bulging ventral costa, thick-walled distal laminal cells and well exserted, peristomate sporophytes. Globulinella peruviana (R.S. Williams) Steere is now placed in Saitoella. Two species largely confined to the Neotropics; Globulinella benoistii (Thér.) Magill is only known from Ecuador and G. globifera (Hampe) Steere is distributed from southwestern United States to Central America and Ecuador.
 
Globulinella se distingue por tener hojas adpresas, cóncavas, obovadas a espatuladas, ampliamente agudas, ápices a menudo cuculados, costa abultada ventralmente, células distales de la lámina con paredes gruesas y excertas, esporofitos peristomados. Globulinella peruviana (R.S. Williams) Steere actualmente está localizada en Saitoella. Dos especies confinadas al Neotrópico; Globulinella benoistii (Thér.) Magill sólo ha sido observada en Ecuador y G. globifera (Hampe) Steere se distribuye desde el suroeste de Estados Unidos hasta Centro América.

 
 
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