Pottiales


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Pottiales

[‚päd·ē′ā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of mosses distinguished by erect stems, lanceolate to broadly ovate or obovate leaves, a strong, mostly percurrent or excurrent costa, and a cucullate calyptra.
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Class/ Order Species (a) Clone/ subclass cluster Pottiales Bryoerythrophyllum 27-Bin/ inaequalifolium TAS3b,c,e Coscinodon humilis 20-Chu/ TAS3b,c,e Gremiales C.
Ros (Eds.), Flora Briofitica Iberica, 3: Pottiales, Encalyptales: 176-180.
All the genera belongs to different orders such as Pottiales, Grimmiales and Fissidentales, chiefly grown on calcareous substrate.
Two genera, Pottia lanceolata and Tortula subulata belonging to the order Pottiales were seen growing in the college campus and described here with.
Two bryoflora which belongs to the order Pottiales, Pottia lanceolata and Tortula subulata, whereas one genera Grimmia belongs to the order Grimmiales with three species viz.,Grimmia pulvinata,Grimmia trichophylla and Grimmia doniana, while the last genera is represented by Fissidens taxifolius belonging to the order Fissidentiales.