• Plate I

     

    Figs. 63-68. Fossombronia angulosa (Dicks.) Raddi. 63. OM micrograph of plant habit; scale bar = 1 mm. 64. SEM micrograph of male plant showing the antical auricles, oblate leaves and abundant antheridia and perigonial scales; scale bar = 100 ?. 65. Higher magnification of plant in Fig. 64, showing antheridia associated with the leaf auricles and subtended by cucullate, divided scales (arrow); scale bar = 100 ?. 66. SEM micrograph of female plant with archegonia scattered along the dorsal surface of the stem; scale bar = 100 ?. 67. Higher magnification of plant in Fig. 66, showing the single row of archegonia (ar) near the center of the stem; scale bar = 100 ?. 68. SEM micrograph of two mature caulocalyces showing the terminal position, stipitate bases and recurved mouths; scale bar = 100 ?. Fig. 63 from Tenerife, 2001, Drehwald s.n. (ABSH). Figs. 64 - 67. from Cornwall, May 1999, Paton s.n. (ABSH). Fig. 68 from the proposed conserved type of F. angulosa, Corbi?re 30. (W)

     

  • Plate II

     

    Figs. 69-74. Fossombronia angulosa (Dicks.) Raddi. 69. OM micrograph of stipitate caulocalyx; scale bar = 1 mm. 70. OM micrograph of leaf; scale bar = 100 ?. 71. OM micrograph of median leaf cells; scale bar = 100 ?. 72. OM micrograph of ventral scales; scale bar = 100? 73. OM micrograph of the inner capsule wall showing the semi-annular and annular thickenings; scale bar = 100 ?. 74. OM micrograph of spores and elaters; scale bar = 100 ?.Figs. 69 - 71 from Tenerife, 2001, Drehwald s.n. (ABSH). Fig. 72 from Cornwall, May 1999, Paton s.n. (ABSH). Fig. 73 - 74 from the proposed conserved type of F. angulosa, Corbi?re 30. (W)

     

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    Figs.75-78. Fossombronia angulosa (Dicks.) Raddi 75. SEM micrograph of spores and elaters; scale bar = 100 ?. 76, 77. SEM micrographs of the distal spore walls showing the high lamellae and distinct areolate pattern; scale bar = 10 ?. 78. SEM micrograph of the proximal spore wall showing the central depression and marginal areolae; scale bar = 10 ?. Figs. 75 - 78 from the proposed conserved type of F. angulosa, Corbi?re 30. (W)