2022
DOI: 10.1590/2236-8906-75/2021
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Sinopse de Brachymenium Schwägr. (Bryaceae) no Brasil

Abstract: Bryaceae é uma família de musgos com dez gêneros e 660 espécies mundialmente. Para o Brasil há 54 espécies em quatro gêneros. Brachymenium é o segundo maior gênero e é caracterizado por apresentar hábito corticícola, cápsulas eretas e endóstoma com membrana basal alta e porção distal rudimentar. Há a necessidade de revisão do gênero em virtude da dificuldade de identificação dos táxons e da sub-amostragem de plantas brasileiras na literatura. O objetivo deste trabalho foi apresentar um tratamento taxonômico do… Show more

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“…The most abundant families were Sematophyllaceae, Bryaceae, and Pottiaceae, listed as frequent in tropical forests [30]. Additionally, Bryaceae is one of the moss families with broad richness and distribution, encompassing approximately 660 cosmopolitan species [31]. Regarding the division Marchantiophyta, Lejeuneaceae was the richest family, possibly due to the affinity of its representatives with common substrates in forested areas, such as branches, trunks of living or decomposing trees, rocks, soils, and living leaves [28].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The most abundant families were Sematophyllaceae, Bryaceae, and Pottiaceae, listed as frequent in tropical forests [30]. Additionally, Bryaceae is one of the moss families with broad richness and distribution, encompassing approximately 660 cosmopolitan species [31]. Regarding the division Marchantiophyta, Lejeuneaceae was the richest family, possibly due to the affinity of its representatives with common substrates in forested areas, such as branches, trunks of living or decomposing trees, rocks, soils, and living leaves [28].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%