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1 September 2011 Brothera leana (Sull.) Müll. Hal. (Dicranaceae) in New Mexico: A Significant Range Extension for this Acrocarpous Moss in North America
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Brothera leana (Sull.) Müll. Hal., recognized by its characteristic brood leaves, has been found in the Gila National Forest of southwest New Mexico and is a new state record. This location is over 800 kilometers (500 miles) west of those of previously reported specimens and represents a significant extension of the known range of this moss in North America.

Russell Kleinman, Kelly Allred, and Karen Blisard "Brothera leana (Sull.) Müll. Hal. (Dicranaceae) in New Mexico: A Significant Range Extension for this Acrocarpous Moss in North America," Evansia 28(3), 69-71, (1 September 2011). https://doi.org/10.1639/079.028.0302
Published: 1 September 2011
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