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Didymodon erosus sp. nov. (Musci, Pottiaceae) from the Iberian Peninsula

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Didymodon erosus is described and illustrated as a new species from two localities in Spain (Iberian Peninsula), growing on calcareous rocks. It is characterized mainly by its markedly erose and papillose-crenulate in the upper middle leaf margins and rhizoidal tubers underground or on rhizoids in the lower part of the stem.
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Keywords: DIDYMODON EROSUS; IBERIAN PENINSULA.; POTTIACEAE; SPAIN; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2004

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