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Published In: Annales Botanici Fennici 41: 459. 2004. (Ann. Bot. Fenn.) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 12/15/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Distribution     (Last Modified On 12/13/2011)
Distribution:
Habitat: on branches and tree trunks; alt. 375–3500 m.
Distribution: endemic to China.
 

Specimens Examined     (Last Modified On 12/13/2011)
Specimens Examined:
Chinese specimens examined: Anhui: Mt. Huangshan P.-C. Chen et al. 7074 (PE). Fujian: Mt. Wuyi, P.-C. Chen et al. 933 (PE). Guizhou: Mt. Fanjing, X.-D. Gao 20076 (ALTA, IFSBH). Hunan: Mt. Badagon, Enroth 65045 (H, MO), 64910, 64915 (both in H), Virtanen 61658 (H); Mt. Daweishan, Virtanen 62091 (H); Mt. Wukang Yün-schan, Handel-Mazzetti 12, 162 (both in H); Sang-zhi Co., Koponen et al. 48788 (H, PE). Yunnan: Li-jiang Co., C.-H. Cao 030723 (HSNU). Zhejiang: Lin-hai Co., P.-C. Wu 678 (MO, PE).

Notes     (Last Modified On 12/13/2011)
general taxon notes:
Ulota gymnostomacan be easily separated from other Chinese species of Ulota by its gymnostomous capsule with a puckered mouth. It is gametophytically and geographically similar to U. crispa, but it differs from the latter by the broadly incurved leaf base differentiated with a narrow, hyaline band.
 

 

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2. Ulota gymnostoma S.-L. Guo, Enroth & Virtanen   无齿卷叶藓   wu chi juan ye xian
Ann. Bot. Fenn. 41: 459. 2004. Type: China. Hunan, Changsha, Liu-yang Co., Virtanen 62091 (H).
 
Plants small, light green above, brown to dark green below, in tufts. Stems erect, 1.0–1.5 cm long, densely foliate, often branched. Leaves slightly twisted to strongly crisped when dry, erect-spreading to curved-spreading when moist, linear-lanceolate from an ovate, concave base, 1.2–4.5 mm long, constricted above shoulder, somewhat plicate at the leaf base; margins broadly incurved at the base, plane above; costae strong, nearly percurrent; all leaf cells smooth; upper and median cells irregularly rounded-quadrate or shortly elliptical, 6–17 µm × 9–17 µm, thick-walled; basal juxtacostal cells sublinear to narrowly rectangular, 27–58 µm × 4–7 µm, yellow, becoming shortly elliptical, thicker-walled above, gradually becoming short-rectangular to quadrate toward margin; alar cells differentiated in 3–6 rows of hyaline or sometimes yellowish brown cells, forming a distinct border. Autoicous. Perichaetial leaves hardly differentiated from vegetative leaves. Setae straight, 1.0–1.5 mm long; capsules exserted, erect, oblong-ovoid, 1.9–2.3 mm × 0.7–1.1 mm, constricted below the mouth, forming an 8-plicate and puckered mouth when dry, with a crinkled neck, gradually narrowed to the seta; opercula shortly rostrate; stomata superficial; peristome absent. Calyptrae mitrate, smooth, somewhat lobed at the base, with numerous yellow, slightly papillose hairs. Spores spherical, 27–40 µm in diameter, often endosporic, finely papillose.
 
 
 


 

 
 
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