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Specimen Records:77Public Records:36
Specimens with Sequences:69Public Species:20
Specimens with Barcodes:68Public BINs:0
Species:32         
Species With Barcodes:30         
          
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Collection Sites: world map showing specimen collection locations for Cephaloziaceae

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Cephaloziaceae

Cephaloziaceae is a family of liverworts.

Liverworts of this family are dioecious plants which have creeping or upright forms. They are green, brown, reddish, or purplish in color. The leaves are alternately arranged and succubous. Oil bodies are rare. They reproduce sexually, or vegetatively via gemmae.[1]

There are about 13[2] to 16[1] genera in this family.

They include:[3]

Family Cephaloziaceae is frequently rearranged. For example, genetic analysis suggests that genus Hygrobiella should be moved out of the family, and perhaps classified in a family of its own,[9] and microscopic analysis of the morphology of Trabacellula also suggests it should be separated and made into a new family.[10]

References[edit source | edit]

  1. ^ a b Yang, J. Cephaloziaceae Overview. BiotaTaiwanica. Taiwan Biodiversity Information Facility.
  2. ^ Frey, W. Liverworts, Mosses and Ferns of Europe. Apollo Books. 2006. pg. 58.
  3. ^ Family Cephaloziaceae. Integrated Taxonomic Information System.
  4. ^ Bakalin, V. A. (2007). Alobiellopsis R.M.Schust. (Hepaticae) - A genus new for Russia, discovered in the Kuril Islands (north-west Pacific). Arctoa 16 21-24.
  5. ^ Konstantinova, N. A. (2004). Iwatsukia jishibae (Steph.) Kitagawa (Cephaloziaceae, Hepaticae) in Russia. Arctoa 13 203-9.
  6. ^ Dauphin, G. and P. Erzberger. (2010). Iwatsukia bifida (Cephaloziaceae, Marchantiophyta), a Guyana Highland species new to Central America. Nova Hedwigia 91(3-4) 451-58.
  7. ^ Vana, J., et al. (2013). Notes on early land plants today. 16. Validation of Metahygrobiella subgen. Apohygrobiella (Cephaloziaceae, Marchantiophyta). Phytotaxa 76(3) 34.
  8. ^ Gradstein, R. and M. Burghardt. (2008). Chapter seventeen: A new species of Odontoschisma (Cephaloziaceae, Marchantiophyta) from South America. Fieldiana Botany 47 193-98.
  9. ^ Vilnet, A. A., et al. (2012). Molecular phylogeny and systematics of the suborder Cephaloziineae with special attention to the family Cephaloziaceae s.l. (Jungermanniales, Marchantiophyta). Arctoa 21 113-32.
  10. ^ Engel, J. J. and J. E. Braggins. (2005). Are Mylia and Trabacellula (Hepaticae) related? Unsuspected links revealed by cell wall morphology, with the transfer of Mylia anomala to a new genus (Leiomylia J.J. Engel & Braggins) of Jungermanniaceae. Taxon 54(3) 665-80.
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