The genus Bryhnia and Bryhnia graminicolor (Bryophyta: Brachytheciaceae), new to the Bryophyte flora of Texas, U.S.A.
Bryhnia graminicolor (Brid.) Grout is reported new to the state of Texas. A distribution map of B. graminicolor is provided for the south central states of Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. A key to the genera in the Brachytheciaceae in Texas is provided, and relevant morphological characters are discussed to differentiate B. graminicolor from similar species found in Texas.
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