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BFNA | Family List | BFNA Vol. 3 | Jungermanniaceae | Tritomaria | Tritomaria quinquedentata

Tritomaria quinquedentata subsp. turgida (Lindberg) Damsholt, Bryologist. 85 (1): 96. 1982.

  • Jungermannia quinquedentata var. turgida Lindberg

    Plants uniformly strongly brownish. Leaf cells 24--26 ยด 30--45 m m in midleaf, trigones coarse and bulging; oil bodies 5--15 per cell.

    Arctic and sub-Arctic fens, bogs, and on hillsides. It is frequently associated with Antheria juratzkana, Barbilophozia binsteadii, B. kunzeana, Blepharostoma trichophyllum subsp. brevirete, Cephaloziella arctica, Lophozia ventricosa, and Odontoschisma macounii; 0--3400 m; e and nw Greenland; Yukon; Alaska; Asia (Siberia).

    The plants grow to 4 mm in width and the perianth is strongly ciliate-dentate with teeth 4--6 cells long, and 2--4-stratose at base in contrast to 1--3-stratose in subsp. quinquedentata.


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