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1 June 2016 Two New Records of Riccardia (Aneuraceae, Marchantiophyta) to China Collected from Hainan Island
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Yin, X.-B., Zhang, L.-N., Shu, L. & Zhu, R.-L. 2016. Two new records of Riccardia (Aneuraceae, Marchantiophyta) to China collected from Hainan Island. — Herzogia 29: 79–86.

Two liverworts, Riccardia inconspicua and R. glauca (Aneuraceae), are reported for China for the first time. The former belongs to Riccardia subgenus Thornoneura, which is characterized by the mucilage papillae present only along margins of the thallus and vermiform to convolute oil bodies. This subgenus is newly recorded from China. Riccardia glauca is recorded outside Japan for the first time. Illustrations and descriptions based on the Chinese specimens are provided.

Xiang-Bo Yin, Li-Na Zhang, Lei Shu, and Rui-Liang Zhu "Two New Records of Riccardia (Aneuraceae, Marchantiophyta) to China Collected from Hainan Island," Herzogia 29(1), 79-86, (1 June 2016). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.29.1.2016.79
Accepted: 1 April 2016; Published: 1 June 2016
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