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An Annotated Checklist and Atlas of the Mosses of Thailand

Welcome | Abstract | Introduction | Acknowledgments
Systematic Arrangement of Genera | Recognized Species
Checklist | Literature Cited

Taxon Groups: A B C D E F G H I-J L M N O P R S T V-Z


Ochrobryum Mitt. (Leucobryaceae)
O. kurzianum Hampe
Illustrations. Allen (1992, 13-26); Eddy (1990, Fig. 185, A-F).
Habitat. Alt. 50-1650 m.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) CHANTHABURI. Chanthaburi: Kerr 108 (BM), Dixon 1932: 10; Schmidt 20 (BM, H), Allen 1992: 122; Trat: Schmidt s.n. (H), Brotherus 1901: 116. PAYAP. Chiang Mai: Robbins 3540 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 168; Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 111; Touw 9450 (L, MO). PHITSANULOK. Phetchabun: Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 111. PHUKET. Krabi: Kerr 503 (BM), Dixon 1935: 5; Satun: Kerr 245 (BM), Dixon 1932: 10. RACHABURI. Kanchanaburi: Kerr 145 (BM), Dixon 1932: 10. UDAWN. Udon Thani: Suvarnasorn 52 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 168.
Range in Asia: India, Kampuchea, Myanmar, Nepal, Sikkim, and Vietnam.
O. subulatum Hampe in Besch.
Illustrations. Allen (1992, Figs. 47-58).
Habitat. Alt. 1650 m.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) PAYAP. Chiang Mai: Touw 10290 (MO), Allen 1992: 126.
Range in Asia: Malaysia, and Myanmar.

Octoblepharum Hedw. (Leucobryaceae)
O. albidum Hedw.
Illustrations. Eddy (1990, Fig. 186, A-F); Enroth (1990b, Fig. 29, a-f).
Habitat. Alt. 40-1675 m.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) CHANTHABURI. Chanthaburi: Sangkhachand 262 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 169; LSmW 1654, 1700, 1736, 1854, 1866, 1872 (all in AAU, MO); Trat: Schmidt s.n. (H), Brotherus 1901: 116; LSmW 1798, 1801, 1814, 1821 (all in AAU, MO). NAKHON SAWAN. Tak: Touw 8227 (MO). PAYAP. Chiang Mai: Hosseus s.n. (H), Brotherus 1911: 362; Richards 5486 (BO), Giesy & Richards 1959: 577; Ogawa 68046b, Yoda & Ogawa 67213 (both in HIRO), Horikawa & Ando 1964: 8; Robbins 3555 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 169; Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 113; Hansen et al. 11455b (C), Noguchi 1972a: 172; Tagawa & Kitagawa 3893 (NICH), Noguchi 1973: 236; LSaW 1968, 2063, 2465, 2878, 3012 (all in AAU, MO); Touw 8804, 9420 (both in MO); Chiang Rai: Kitagawa 12347, 12499 (both in NICH), Noguchi 1973: 236; PHITSANULOK. Phitsanulok: Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 113; Hansen et al. 11480, 11487 (both in C), Noguchi 1972a: 172; LSmW 528, 622, 689, 749 (all in AAU, MO); Touw 8338 (MO). PHUKET. Phuket: Touw 11143 (MO); Ranong: Tixier s.n., 18/9/1968 (PC), Tixier 1970b: 542; Trang: Kitagawa 5544 (NICH), Noguchi 1973: 236; CLW 3539 (AAU, MO). PRACHINBURI. Nakhon Nayok: Smitinand 2507 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 169; LSaW 3377 (AAU, MO); Touw 12328, 12425 (both in MO). RACHABURI. Kanchanaburi: Khwae Noi Basin Exped. 569 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 169. RACHASIMA. Nakhon Ratchasima: Tixier s.n.(PC), Tixier 1971: 113; LSaW 3162 (AAU, MO). SURAT. Surat Thani: Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 113. UDAWN. Loei: Smitinand 1113 (BKF, PC), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 169; Smitinand 1113 (BKF, US), Reed & Robinson 1967: 64; Tagawa & Kitagawa 465, 1451 (both in NICH), Noguchi 1973: 236; CLW 4670 (AAU, MO).
Range in Asia: Borneo, Mainland China, India, Java, Kampuchea, Myanmar, Nepal, New Guinea, Philippines, Sikkim, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Oedicladium Mitt. (Myuriaceae)
O. fragile Card.**
Illustrations. Iwatsuki (1979, Pl. 1, fig. 4; Pl. 7, figs. 1-23).
Habitat. Alt. 1100 m.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) UDAWN. Loei: CLW 4779 (AAU, MO).
Range in Asia: Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
O. rufescens (Reinw. & Hornsch.) Mitt.
(as Myurium rufescens, Dixon 1932: 25, 1935: 27, Horikawa & Ando 1964: 14, Touw 1968: 230, Tixier 1971: 127, Noguchi 1973: 242; as Myurium rufescens fo. ramosum, Giesy & Richards 1959: 579).
Illustrations. Gangulee (1969-80, Fig. 602, as Myurium rufescens); Iwatsuki (1979, Pl. 5, figs. 1-25).
Habitat. Alt. 700-2000 m.
Distribution in Thailand.
(MAP) NAKHON SI THAMMARAT. Nakhon Si Thammarat: Touw 11679, 11775, 11872 (all in MO). PAYAP. Chiang Mai: Kerr 4 (BM), Dixon 1932: 25; Richards 5496, 5501 (both in BO), Giesy & Richards 1959: 579; Ogawa 68042, Yoda 67973, 67980, 67981, 68003 (all in HIRO), Horikawa & Ando 1964: 14; Kitagawa 3325 (NICH), Noguchi 1973: 242; LSaW 1911, 2454 (both in AAU, MO); Touw 8647, 10004 (both in MO). PHUKET. Ranong: Kerr 413 (BM), Dixon 1935: 27. PRACHINBURI. Nakhon Nayok: CLW 4336 (AAU, MO); Touw 12092, 12171 (both in MO). RACHABURI. Kanchanaburi: Kerr 138 (BM), Dixon 1932: 25. RACHASIMA. Nakhon Ratchasima: Tixier s.n. (PC), Tixier 1971: 127. UDAWN. Loei: Touw 10961 (MO).
Range in Asia: Borneo, Celebes, India, Japan, Java, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Guinea, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sumatra, and Vietnam.

Orthodontium Schwaegr. (Bryaceae)
O. infractum Dozy & Molk.**
Illustrations. Eddy (1996, Fig. 457, A-K).
Habitat. Alt. 450-500 m.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) PHITSANULOK. Phitsanulok: LSmW 751, 865 (both in AAU, MO).
Range in Asia: Borneo, Java, Malay Peninsula, Sri Lanka, and Taiwan.

Orthomnion Wils. (Mniaceae)
O. bryoides (Griff.) Norkett
(as Orthomnion trichomitrium, Brotherus 1911: 362, Dixon 1935: 11; as Mnium spathulifolium, Dixon 1932: 23, Tixier 1971: 122).
Illustrations. Gangulee (1969-80, Fig. 498).
Habitat. Alt. 700-2100 m.
Distribution in Thailand.
(MAP) MAHARAT. Lamphun: Smith 485 (type of Mnium spathulifolium, BM), Dixon 1932: 23. NAKHON SAWAN. Tak: Touw 8239 (L), Touw 1968: 230. PAYAP. Chiang Mai: Hosseus s.n. (type of Orthomnion trichomitrium, H), Brotherus 1911: 362; Aagaard s.n., Feb. 1932 (BM), Dixon 1935: 11; Richards 5510B (BO), Giesy & Richards 1959: 579; Yoda 67416, 67432, 67974, 68015, 68034 (all in HIRO), Horikawa & Ando 1964: 11; LSaW 2822, 2912 (both in AAU, MO); Touw 8520, 8649, 9315 (all in MO); Chiang Rai: Smitinand 1752 (BKF, PC, US), Tixier & Smitinand 1966: 174, Reed & Robinson 1967: 65; Kitagawa 3370, 3529, 3621, 12409 (all in NICH), Noguchi 1973: 239; PRACHINBURI. Nakhon Nayok: CLW 4244, LSmW 88 (both in AAU, MO). UDAWN. Loei: Touw 10584 (L, MO), Touw 1968: 230; Tagawa & Kitagawa 1700 (NICH), Noguchi 1973: 239.
Range in Asia: Bhutan, Mainland China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Sikkim, and Vietnam.
O. dilatatum (Mitt.) Chen**
Illustrations. Eddy (1996, Fig. 465, A-K); Gangulee (1969-80, Fig. 499, as Orthomniopsis dilatata).
Habitat. Altitude unknown.
Distribution in Thailand. (MAP) PAYAP. Chiang Mai: LSaW 2057 (AAU, MO).
Range in Asia: Borneo, Mainland China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sumatra, and Taiwan.
O. trichomitrium Wils., invalid, no description = O. bryoides fide Koponen 1981: 26.

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