A NEW S PECIES OFNECKERA(NECKERACEAE, BRYOPSIDA) FROM XIZANG, C HINA

@inproceedings{Nroth2007ANS,
  title={A NEW S PECIES OFNECKERA(NECKERACEAE, BRYOPSIDA) FROM XIZANG, C HINA},
  author={J. E Nroth},
  year={2007}
}
A new species of Neckeraceae, Neckera serrulatifolia Enroth & M.Ji, is described from Xizang (Tibet), China. It belongs in an Asian group of relatively robust, distinctly stipitate species with an obtuse leaf apex, relatively long costa and strongly incrassateporose leaf cell walls, but differs from the other species by the combination of strongly complanate and undulate branch leaves, long leaf decurrencies, and serrulate margins at leaf base and at midleaf. The sporophytes remain unknown.