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Dicranidae

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The Dicranidae are a widespread and diverse subclass of mosses in class Bryopsida, with many species of dry or disturbed areas. They are distinguished by their spores; the peristome teeth are haplolepideous with a 4:2:3 formula, and an exostome is absent.[1]

References

  1. ^ Goffinet, Bernard; William R. Buck & Jonathan Shaw (2008). Goffinet, B. & A. J. Shaw (eds.). "Morphology, anatomy, and classification of the Bryophyta". Bryophyte Biology. New York, New York, USA: Cambridge University Press. Second Edition: 55–138. ISBN 9780521693226.
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Dicranidae: Brief Summary

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The Dicranidae are a widespread and diverse subclass of mosses in class Bryopsida, with many species of dry or disturbed areas. They are distinguished by their spores; the peristome teeth are haplolepideous with a 4:2:3 formula, and an exostome is absent.

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