A relatively common grammitid, Cochldium serrulatum forms small colonies via root proliferations. The leaf dimorphism is diagnostic. Cochlidium serrulatum is occasionally mistaken for Stenogrammitis, but that genus differs by a number of characters including minute branched hairs where one branch is acicular.

Collection Data (M. Sundue 3198)

Classification & Common Names

General Collection Data
  • Date: 05-IX-2012
  • Primary Collector & #: M. Sundue 3198
  • Collection Party: M. Sundue, J. Betancur, P. Pedraza, G. Giraldo, M. Jaimes, E. Tineo, M. Londono, A. Duque, L. Arias
  • Det. History: M. Sundue
  • Habitat: Primary Forest
  • Habit: Epiphyte
  • Specimen Locations:
Additional Comments

Collection Location