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  • lesherae, Grimmia lisae, Grimmia moxleyi, Grimmia muehlenbeckii, Grimmia orbicularis, Grimmia pulvinata, Grimmia ramondii, Grimmia torquata, Grimmia trichophylla
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  • cupressocollina, Crataegus enderbyensis, Crataegus okanaganensis, Crataegus orbicularis, Crataegus phippsii, Crataegus williamsii Sida 18: 184. 1998. James B
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  • Grimmioideae genusGrimmia subgenusGrimmia subg. Rhabdogrimmia speciesGrimmia orbicularis Bruch in J. E. Smith et al., Engl. Bot., suppl. 4: plate 2888. 1844,.
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  • breweri var. leibergii (Holzinger) C. L. Hitchcock Cardamine breweri var. orbicularis (Greene) Detling Cardamine breweri var. oregana (Piper) Detling Cardamine
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  • cylindrica var. glabella (Torrey & A. Gray) Wheelock Heuchera cylindrica var. orbicularis (Rosendahl, Butters & Lakela) Calder & Savile Heuchera glabella Heuchera
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  • Muñoz (2000) synonymized G. moxleyi with G. orbicularis. Although there are some similarities, G. orbicularis is much larger, grows in dense cushions on
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  • seriesCrataegus (sect. Douglasia) ser. Purpureofructus speciesCrataegus orbicularis J. B. Phipps & O’Kennon Sida 20: 138, fig. 9. 2002. James B. Phipps Conservation
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  • confused with G. orbicularis, which grows in similar habitats and is known to co-occur with G. pulvinata. However, as discussed under G. orbicularis, it differs
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  • Mexico, West Indies, Central America. Species 2 (1 in the flora). Gyminda orbicularis Borhidi & O. Muñiz is endemic to Cuba. None. Gyminda latifolia window
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  • nodulose walls; marginal distal lamina 1-stratose; basic rocks. Grimmia orbicularis 18 Clusters of gemmae easily visible on abaxial side of leaf lamina or
    21 KB (541 words) - 18:03, 30 April 2021
  • separated from them. Grimmia brittoniae is more closely related to G. orbicularis. The leaves of both species are similar. However, the awns of the latter
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  • gracilis R. Brown (Australia), M. madagascariensis Bentham (Madagascar), M. orbicularis Wallich ex Bentham (mainland Southeast Asia), and M. strictus Bentham
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  • with pink anthers, and much darker fruit in late August. Compared to C. orbicularis, the fruit of C. atrovirens is also conspicuously larger; it is soft and
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