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End of an enigma: Aenigmopteris belongs in Tectaria (Tectariaceae: Polypodiopsida)
The phylogenetic affinities of the fern genus Aenigmopteris have been the subject of considerable disagreement, but until now, no molecular data were available from the genus. Based on the analysisExpand
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Thiersianthus (Marchantiophyta: Lejeuneaceae), a new genus from lowland rainforests in Borneo
Abstract The tropical lowland rainforest is a paradise for Lejeuneaceae. Borneo is located in the heart of the biodiversity hotspots of Philippines, Sundaland and Wallacea. During an expedition toExpand
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Thiersianthus (Marchantiophyta: Lejeuneaceae), a new genus from lowland rainforests in Borneo
The tropical lowland rainforest is a paradise for Lejeuneaceae. Borneo is located in the heart of the biodiversity hotspots of Philippines, Sundaland and Wallacea. During an expedition to exploreExpand
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Pteris borneensis (Pteridaceae), a New Species from Borneo, with Re-Circumscription of Pteris decrescens and Pteris Parviloba
Abstract A new species was collected during a fern expedition in the Nuluhon Trusmadi Forest Reserve, Sabah, Borneo. Morphologically, it is similar to both Pteris decrescens Christ and P. parvilobaExpand
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DNA barcodes and reliable molecular identifications in a diverse group of invasive pests: lessons from Bactrocera fruit flies on variation across the COI gene, introgression, and standardization
The utility of a universal DNA ‘barcode’ fragment of 658 base pairs of the Cytochrome C Oxidase I (COI) gene for the recognition of all animal species has been a widely debated topic on theoreticalExpand
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Clarification of Two Poorly Known Vittarioid Ferns (Pteridaceae): Haplopteris angustissima and H. capillaris
Abstract Two poorly known Malesian vittarioid ferns, Haplopteris angustissima and Monogramma capillaris, are noteworthy for their similar gross morphology. In this study, their systematicExpand
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A study of community structure and beta diversity of epiphyllous liverwort assemblages in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo
Abstract We evaluated the species richness and beta diversity of epiphyllous assemblages from three selected localities in Sabah, i.e. Mt. Silam in Sapagaya Forest Reserve, and Ulu Senagang and Mt.Expand
New and noteworthy Hypnales (Bryophyta) records from the Nuluhon Trusmadi Forest Reserve in Borneo
Four Hypnales mosses from three pleurocarpous families are recorded in Borneo for the first time. They are Neonoguchia auriculata (Copp. ex Ther.) S.H. Lin (Meteoriaceae), Oxyrrhynchium bergmaniaeExpand