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Published In: Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 32: 112. 1993. (Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci.) Name publication detail
 

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Mironia contains three species restricted to the cordilleras of the Neotropics. Previously placed in Morinia Cardot. The genus is similar to Bryoerythrophyllum and Leptodontium but differs from the former by leaves keeled, margins bistratose and leaf tips occasionally fragile, and from the latter by the presence of a stem central strand and differentiated costal epidermis.
 
Mironia contiene tres especies restringidas a las cordilleras del Neotrópico. Previamente localizado en Morinia Cardot. Este género es similar a Bryoerythrophyllum y Leptodontium pero el primer género se diferencia por presentar hojas carinadas, márgenes biestratificados y los extremos de las hoja ocasionalmente frágiles y el último se caracteriza por la presencia de cordón central en el tallo y epidermis de la costa diferenciada.

 
 
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