• Publications
  • Influence
Phylogeny and Classification of Lejeuneaceae Subtribe Cheilolejeuneinae (Marchantiophyta) Based on Nuclear and Plastid Molecular Markers
A molecular phylogeny of Cheilolejeuneinae and related lineages is presented based on maximum parsimony and maximum likelihood analyses, as well as Bayesian inference of two chloroplast regions (trnL-F, trnG) and the nuclear ribosomal ITS1-5 region, to test the monophyly of this subtribe, and to re-evaluate the infrageneric classification. Expand
Disentangling knots of rapid evolution: origin and diversification of the moss order Hypnales
Reconstruction of historical biogeography is congruent with mainly tropical and Gondwanan distributions in the sister groups Hypnodendrales, Ptychomniales, and Hookeriales and with the dating for the oldest pleurocarp and hypnalean fossils. Expand
New or Little Known Epiphyllous Liverworts, XVIII. Records from The Bidoup-Núi Bà National Park, Vietnam, with the Description of Drepanolejeunea bidoupensis, sp. nov.
Three epiphylls collected in recent surveys of bryophytes in Bidoup-Núi Bă National Park, Central Vietnam proved to be new to Vietnam while one, Drepanolejeunea (Rhaphidolejeunesa) bidoupensis is described, as new to science. Expand
Revision of Senegalia in China, and notes on introduced species of Acacia, Acaciella, Senegalia and Vachellia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)
The present work represents the first comprehensive taxonomic revision of Acacia sens. lat. (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) in China, focusing on the indigenous species. Critical reassessments ofExpand
Molecular evolution and diversification of the moss family Daltoniaceae (Hookeriales, Bryophyta) with emphasis on the unravelling of the phylogeny of Distichophyllum and its allies
The evolution of leaf limbidia is relatively conserved, but exostome ornamentation is highly homoplasious, indicating that superficial similarity in peristomes gives unreliable approximations of phylogenetic relatedness. Expand
New and noteworthy records of Distichophyllum (Daltoniaceae, Bryopsida) and allied genera in Asia and Australasia #
24 new distributional records of species of Distichophyllum and allied genera in Asia and Australasia are identified during an examination of loan materials from various herbaria. For each newExpand
A revision of the fern genus Oleandra (Oleandraceae) in Asia
The Asiatic species of Oleandra (Oleandraceae) are revised, a large number of species are reduced to Oleandra neriiformis and Oleandra sibbaldii, a revised circumscription is provided and the identity of Ole Sandra vulpina is established. Expand
Two new moss species, Trichosteleum fleischeri and Splachnobryum temasekensis, from Singa-pore
Despite its small area and a long history of forest clearing for settlements and urbanization, the Republic of Singapore has an impressive moss flora reportedly consisting of 168 species of mosses in 58 genera, of which 93 taxa are still extant today. Expand
Trachycarpidium echinatum and Weissia platystegia, new to Vietnam and Continental SE Asia
Nine species and one subspecies of mosses are reported new to Vietnam. They are Calymperes crassinerve (Mitt.) Jaeg., Calymperes erosum C. Muell., Calymperes motleyi Mitt., Calymperes subintegrumExpand
Phylogenetic analyses of morphological evolution in the gametophyte and sporophyte generations of the moss order Hookeriales (Bryopsida).
It is found that the Hookeriales, as currently circumscribed, are monophyletic and that both sporophyte and gametophyte characters are labile, and parallel changes and reversals in traits from both generations are documented. Expand