Homaliadelphus sharpii

(R. S. Williams) Sharp

Castanea 9: 107. 1944. 1944

Illustrated
Basionyms: Homalia sharpii R. S. Williams Bryologist 34: 20, plate 2. 1931
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 28. Treatment on page 610.

Plants less than 3 cm. Stems with flagelliform branches absent. Stem and branch leaves 0.5–1.5(–2) mm; basal laminal cells 20–27 × 9 µm; distal medial cells irregularly rhombic, 10 × 10 µm; apical cells rounded-quadrate to short-oblong, 6–9 × 6 µm; basal marginal cells short-rhomboidal to fusiform-elongate, 9 × 8 µm, walls slightly pitted. Perichaetial inner leaves with base sheathing, margins entire to crenulate proximally, serrulate, apex obtuse, basal laminal cells rectangular, apical cells quadrate to rhombic.


Habitat: Shaded calcareous rock, cliffs or soil, hardwood-pine forests
Elevation: moderate elevations (200-500 m)

Distribution

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Ala., Mo., Tenn., Va., s Mexico, Asia (China, India, Japan).

Discussion

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

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moderate elevations (200-500 m) +
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