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Exormotheca bulbigena sp. nov. (Hepaticae, Marchantiales) and its relation to E. holstii in southern Africa

T. Bornefeld, O. H. Volk, R. Wolf
Bothalia | Vol 26, No 2 | a703 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v26i2.703 | © 1996 T. Bornefeld, O. H. Volk, R. Wolf | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 09 October 1996 | Published: 09 October 1996

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T. Bornefeld,, Germany
O. H. Volk, Julius v. Sachs-Institut fur Biowissenschaften, Germany
R. Wolf, Theodor Boven-Institut fur Biowissenschaften., Germany

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A new species Exormotheca bulbigena is described from southern Africa and its relation to E. holstii Steph. is discussed. Morphologically these species arc very similar and can be distinguished only when fertile. The chromosome numbers, however, n = 32 for E. bulbigena and n = 18 for E. holstii, distinguish sterile living plants.


<i>Exormotheca bulbigena</i>; <i>E. holstii</i>, Hepaticae, Marchantiales, southern Africa


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