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|Jan 1 2013 ·|
Homomallium mexicanum, a species of Mexico and adjacent portions of Texas to Arizona, was recently found in southeastern California. It is an ecostate pleurocarp with a long acumen and with numerous quadrate alar cells. Unlike Hypnum, it is not falcate although the leaves are somewhat homomallous.
see key to Hypnum Etc.
Homomallium mexicanum Cardot
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