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Syntrichia obtusissima (C. Müller Hal.) Zander [Pottiaceae]
map of distribution
photo by Coleman 1294
Syntrichia_obtusissima: Species treatment still being edited. Mail a correction to Paul Wilson ·
LiteratureAs Tortula obtusissima Harthill et al. 1979; Koch 1950a.
IllustrationsSharp et al. 1994.
NotesThis species is strongly retuse compared to Syntrichia princeps or the smaller-celled Syntrichia montana. Syntrichia obtusissima has shorter leaves than Syntrichia princeps, with a ~1.5:1 length:width ratio not counting the hyline base. Sharp et al. (1994) and Mishler (in BFNA) say that Syntrichia obtusissima is a species of Mexican-Andean disjunction, implying that the California material is not to be called S. obtusissima; if so, it would seem to need another name. "ôLena Coleman
BioregionsDMoj, DSon, SN, SNE, SW.
VouchersKern Co.: Highway 178 below Walker Pass about 2 miles northwest of Cranebrake Creek, Scodie Mountains, Kellman 1442 (CAS); Riverside Co.; Snakeye Springs, Indian Cove, Joshua Tree National Park, Norris 57971 & 57999 and along Highway 74 at eastern boundary of San Bernardino National Forest below Bighorn Overlook, Norris 57860.
   

Elevation by latitude plot for Syntrichia obtusissima
   in California

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