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Herbertus dicranus (Taylor) Trevis., Mem. Reale Ist. Lombardo Sci., Ser. 3, Cl. Sci. Mat. 4: 397. 1877.
Sendtnera dicrana Taylor in Gottsche & al., Syn. Hepat. 239. 1845.
Schisma juniperina Nees var. sanguinea Mont.,, Ann. Sci. Nat., Bot. Ser. 2, 18: 12. 1842.
Sendtnera juniperina var.sanguinea (Mont.) Gottsche, Lindenb. & Nees, Syn. Hep. 239. 1845.
Herbertus longifissus Steph., Hedwigia 33: 44. 1895 ‘Herberta’, auct. non; R.S. Chopra, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. 8B: 435. 1938 ‘longifissum’; Bapna & Kachroo, Hepat. India I: 253. 2000.
Schisma longifissum (Steph.) Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 27. 1909.
Schisma sanguineum (Mont.) Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 27. 1909.
Herberta chinensis Steph., Hedwigia 34: 43. 1895.
Herberta wichurae Steph., Hedwigia 34: 45. 1895.
Schisma capense Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 6. 1909.
Schisma sikkimense Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 25. 1909.
Schisma wichuraet. Steph., Sp. Hepa 4: 25. 1909.
Schisma chinensis Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 26. 1909.
Schisma sanguineum (Mont.) Steph., Sp. Hepat. 4: 27. 1909.
Schisma fleischeri Steph., Sp. Hepat. 6: 358. 1922.
Herberta sanguinea (Mont.) Austin, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 6: 302. 1897.
Schisma dicranum (Taylor) Steph., Sp. Hepat 4: 24. 1909.
Schisma himalayanum Steph., Sp. Hepat 6: 359. 1922.
Schisma pinnata Steph., Sp. Hepat. 6: 361. 1922.
Herberta sikkimensis (Steph.) W.E.Nicholson in Hand.Mazz., Symb. Sin. 5: 28. 1930.
Herberta nicholsonii Herzog, Ann. Bryol. 12: 80. 1939, nom. nud.
Herberta fleischeri (Steph.) H.A.Mill., J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 307. 1965.
Herberta himalayana (Steph.) H.A.Mill., J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 319. 1965.
Herberta lonchobasis Herzog & W.E. Nicholson, Ann. Bryol. 12: 80. 1939, nom. nud.
Herberta lonchobasis H.A.Mill., J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 306. 1965.
Herberta nilgerriensis (Steph.) H.A.Mill, J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 308. 1965.
Herberta nilgerriensis (Steph.) H.A.Mill, J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 308. 1965.
Herberta mastigophoroides Herzog & W.E. Nicholson (nom. nud.) ex H.A.Mill., J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 324. 1965.
Herberta pinnata (Steph.) H.A.Mill., J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 28: 299. 1965.
Herberta pseudoceylanica S.Hatt. in H. Hara, Fl. E. Himal. 2: 225. 1971..
Herbertus capensis (Steph.) Sim., Trans. Royal Soc. South Africa 15: 75. 1926.

Distribution: India [AR: West Siang (Singh Deo & D.K. Singh, 2013a; Singh Deo & D.K. Singh, 2014; D.K. Singh & Singh Deo, 2014); KA: Kudremukh NP (Udar & S.C. Srivastava, 1977 as H. capense and H. pinnata; Schwarz, 2013 as H. capense), Mt. Tadiandamol (Schwarz, 2013; Schwarz & Frahm, 2013); KL: Agasthyamalai BR, Pongalappara (Manju & al., 2009b); ML: Khasi Hills (Hattori, 1975a as H. dicrana), Elephant falls, Langkyrdem – Dawki road (A.P. Singh & Nath, 2007a, also as H. mastigophoroides and H. sikkimensis); MN: Sirohi Hill (D. Singh & al., 2010a); NL: Kohima, Khuzama (Eshuo, 2014); SK: without specific locality (R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. pinnatum; Bapna & Kachroo, 2000a as H. longifissus; Juslén, 2006), West Sikkim, Khangchendzonga BR, Dentam, Dzongri (Hattori, 1966 as H. chinensis and H. dicrana), Dzongri ‘Jongri’ – Olothang, Migothang – Nayathang (R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. pinnatum; Hattori, 1966 as H. himalayana), East Sikkim, Tsomgo lake (Herzog, 1939 as H. lonchobasis and H. nicholsonii); TN: Nilgiri ‘NeelGherries’ (Montagne, 1842 as Schisma juniperina var. sanguinea; Gottsche & al., 1845 as Sendtnera juniperina var. sanguinea; Stephani, 1909 as S. nilgerriense & 1922 as S. pinnatum; Udar & S.C. Srivastava, 1977 as H. nilgerriensis; Juslén, 2006)), Dodabetta (Udar & S.C. Srivastava, 1977 as H. pinnata; Daniels, 2010); WB: Phalut ‘Phallot’ (R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. chinensis, H. dicranum and H. fleischeri; Hattori, 1966 as H. chinensis), Ramam – Phalut (Hattori 1966 as H. himalayana), Kurseong (Hattori, 1966 as H. mastigophoroides; R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. longifissus ‘longifissum’), Darjeeling (R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. chinensis, H. dicranum and H. wichurae; Hattori, 1975 ‘H. dicrana’; Juslén, 2006)), Senchal ‘Sinchul’ (R.S. Chopra, 1938b as H. pinnatum), Kolkata ‘Calcutta’ (Juslén, 2006)], Bhutan (Long & Grolle, 1990; Juslén, 2006)), China (Piippo, 1990; Juslén, 2006)), Hawaii (Miller & al., 1983; Juslén, 2006), Indonesia (Söderström & al., 2010), Japan (Juslén, 2006), Kenya (Juslén, 2006), Madeira (Juslén, 2006), Malaysia (Juslén, 2006; ChuahPetiot, 2011), Mauritius (Juslén, 2006), Nepal (Hattori, 1975a; Juslén, 2006; Pradhan & Joshi, 2009), New Caledonia (Juslén, 2006), Philippines (Tan & Engel, 1986; Juslén, 2006), Russia (Konstantinova & al., 2009), Rwanda (Juslén, 2006), Sri Lanka (Juslén, 2006; Long & Rubasinghe, 2014), Taiwan (Wang & al., 2011), Tanzania (Juslén, 2006), Thailand (Lai & al., 2008), Uganda (Juslén, 2006), Vietnam (Juslén, 2006), Africa (Wigginton & Grolle, 1996; Juslén, 2006; Wigginton, 2009), North America (Schuster, 1969). Note: Stephani (1909) recorded this species as Schisma longifissum from the Himalaya without any specific locality. Later R.S. Chopra (1938b, 1943) and Bapna and Kachroo (2000a) recorded H. longifissus from Kurseong and Sikkim. But, according to So (2003) and Juslén (2006), while H. longifissus is confined to Melanesia alo
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