Fissidens macrosporus (Fissidentaceae: Bryophyta) – a little known species of the Western Ghats rediscovered after more than 90 years
Published online:27 February 2015
Article IdLindbergia 38: 1–3, 2015
K. M. Manjula, C. N. Manju and K. P. RajeshK. M. Manjula (firstname.lastname@example.org), C. N. Manju and K. P. Rajesh, Dept of Botany, The Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, affiliated to Univ. of Calicut, Kozhikode-14, Kerala, India.
Fissidens macrosporus Dixon, a poorly known species from the Western Ghats of India, was recollected after more than 90 years. It belongs to subgenus Aloma.