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1 June 2011 Notes on Lophozia VI. Taxonomy and distribution of Lophozia and Schistochilopsis (Lophoziaceae) in North America north of Mexico
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The North American hepatic flora includes 24 species of Lophozia distributed among five subgenera and five species of Schistochilopsis. Lophozia pacifica Bakalin is described as new to science, based on retuse leaves clearly decurrent on the dorsal side of the stem and fusiform-cylindrical perianth. Lophozia sect. Heteromorphae R. M. Schust. and L. sect. Savicziae Bakalin are synonymized with L. sect. Lophozia. Lophozia sect. Longidentatae R. M. Schust. is synonymized with Lophozia sect. Excisae R. M. Schust. New combinations are proposed: Lophozia subg. Obtusifolium (H. Buch) Bakalin comb. nov., Lophozia subg. Sudeticae (Schljakov) Bakalin comb. nov., Schistochilopsis sect. Heterogemmae (Jørg.) Bakalin comb. nov., Schistochilopsis incisa var. opacifolia (Culmann) Bakalin comb. nov.
and Vadim Bakalin "Notes on Lophozia VI. Taxonomy and distribution of Lophozia and Schistochilopsis (Lophoziaceae) in North America north of Mexico," The Bryologist 114(2), (1 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.1639/0007-2745.114.2.298
Received: 24 January 2010; Accepted: 1 December 2010; Published: 1 June 2011
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