Trematodon laetevirens

Hakelier & J.-P. Frahm

Lindbergia 3: 223, fig. 1. 1976,.

Treatment appears in FNA Volume 27. Treatment on page 439. Mentioned on page 437.

Leaves long-lanceolate, occasionally ovate-lanceolate, entire at apex; costa percurrent or excurrect. Seta short, ca. 10 mm. Capsule not inclined, straight to weakly curved; neck about equal to the urn in length, cylindric or obovate, not strumose; peristome teeth perforate medially and often split near apex, not fragile, commonly persistent; annulus not seen.

Phenology: Capsules mature late summer–fall (Aug–Sep).
Habitat: Soil, humus, crevices
Elevation: moderate elevations


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Greenland, n Europe (Norway, Sweden).


Selected References


Lower Taxa