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Myliaceae

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Mylia is a genus of liverworts.[1] It is the only genus in the family Myliaceae. While many species are green, some species may be brownish to reddish. The leaves are unlobed and have a smooth edge; the underleaves are tapered and narrow. Plants may have gemmae.

The species of this genus are found in Northern Hemisphere.[1]

Species:[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Mylia Gray". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 3 May 2021.
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Myliaceae: Brief Summary

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Mylia is a genus of liverworts. It is the only genus in the family Myliaceae. While many species are green, some species may be brownish to reddish. The leaves are unlobed and have a smooth edge; the underleaves are tapered and narrow. Plants may have gemmae.

The species of this genus are found in Northern Hemisphere.

Species:

Mylia aequata (Hook. & Taylor) Kuhnem. Mylia anomala (Hook.) Gray Mylia fragilis (J.B.Jack & Stephani) S.W.Arnell Mylia iversenii S.W.Arnell Mylia taylorii (Hook.) Gray Mylia verrucosa Lindb. Mylia vietnamica Bakalin & Vilnet
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