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Blindia Bruch & Schimp., Bry. Eur. Fasc. 33--36. 1846.
[for Pastor J. J. Blind of Münster, Germany]

Plants of acidic rock, blackish. Alar cells colored and inflated. Sexual condition dioicous. Capsule smooth; annulus ill-formed; peristome teeth smooth. Calyptra cucullate.

Species 15 (1 in the flora): acidic rocks in cool temperate, high latitudes, and montane regions of both hemispheres: Greenland, North America, Central America, Iceland, Europe, Asia, Africa.


Bartlett, J. and D. H. Vitt. 1986. A survey of species in the genus Blindia (Bryopsida, Selegerianceae). New Zealand J. Bot. 24: 203--246.

Lower Taxon

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