A new species, Didymodon jimenezii J.Kou, X.-M.Shao & C.Feng, is described and illustrated from Dinggyê County in the south Tibet of China. It is characterized by ovate-lanceolate leaves with acuminate or acute apex, lamina yellow with KOH, costa short-excurrent, widest and usually strongly spurred at midleaf, guide cells in 1 (2) layers, without ventral stereids, costal ventral epidermis with a pad of bulging cells and basal marginal cells with regularly thickened transverse walls. The new species is contrasted with similar species in the genus.
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