Bryocrumia vivicolor

(Brotherus & Dixon) W. R. Buck
Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 45: 522. 1987.
Illustrated
Basionym: Taxithelium vivicolor Brotherus & Dixon Rec. Bot. Surv. India 6: 86, plate 1, fig. 4. 1914
Synonyms: Bryocrumia andersonii (E. B. Bartram) L. E. Anderson Glossadelphus andersonii E. B. Bartram G. vivicolor (Brotherus & Dixon) Brotherus Taxiphyllum andersonii (E. B. Bartram) H. A. Crum
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 28. Treatment on page 517.

Stems 1 cm, moderately complanate-foliate, branches usually simple, short, sometimes tapered to apex, somewhat remotely foliate; epidermal cells small, walls thick, in 2 or 3 rows, surrounding larger, thinner walled cells; axillary hair basal cell 1, distal cells 3. Leaves soft, 0.7–0.8 mm; alar cells few, region in 2–5 rows in extreme basal angles; laminal cells oblong-rhomboidal, 10–25 × 5 µm, walls often firm; apical cells shorter.


Phenology: Capsule maturity unknown.
Habitat: Moist, shaded rock in cool ravines
Elevation: moderate elevations (400-500 m)

Distribution

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N.C., S.C., Asia (China, India, Sri Lanka), Africa (Kenya, Uganda, Zaire).

Discussion

Bryocrumia vivicolor is distinguished by the slender habit, obtuse leaf apices, and wet rock substrate.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

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William R. Buck +
(Brotherus & Dixon) W. R. Buck +
Taxithelium vivicolor +
N.C. +, S.C. +, Asia (China +, India +, Sri Lanka) +, Africa (Kenya +, Uganda +  and Zaire). +
moderate elevations (400-500 m) +
Moist, shaded rock in cool ravines +
Capsule maturity unknown. +
Mem. New York Bot. Gard. +
Illustrated +
Bryocrumia andersonii +, Glossadelphus andersonii +, G. vivicolor +  and Taxiphyllum andersonii +
Bryocrumia vivicolor +
Bryocrumia +
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