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Towards a monophyletic classification of Lejeuneaceae IV: reinstatement of Allorgella, transfer of Microlejeunea aphanella to Vitalianthus and refinements of the subtribal classification
The classification of Lejeuneeae, the most speciose tribe of the largely epiphytic leafy liverwort family Lejeuneaceae, is deemed notoriously difficult and hampered by extensive morphologicalExpand
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Bryophytes diversity in Brazil
The bryoflora of Brazil comprises 1,524 species, 117 families, and 413 genera (11 hornworts, 633 liverworts, and 880 mosses). The most diverse families of liverworts are: Lejeuneaceae (285 species),Expand
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Synopsis of the Brazilian moss flora: checklist, distribution and conservation
D.P. Costa1*, K.C. Porto2, A.P. Luizi-Ponzo3, A.L. Ilkiu-Borges4, C.J.P. Bastos5, P.E.A.S. Câmara6, D.F. Peralta7, S.B.V. Boas-Bastos5,9, C.A.A. Imbassahy8, D.K. Henriques9, H.C.S. Gomes3, L.M.Expand
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SERRA DO CURICURIARI, AMAZONAS STATE, BRAZIL: THE FIRST BRYOFLORISTIC ANALYSIS FOR A BRAZILIAN MOUNTAIN IN THE AMAZONIAN FOREST
This study aims to investigate the richness of mosses and liverworts at Serra do Curicuriari, in the Amazonas State, Brazil. The study area and the bryophytes were collected in 1979, during aExpand
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A phylogeny of Lophocoleaceae-Plagiochilaceae-Brevianthaceae and a revised classification of Plagiochilaceae
The Lophocoleaceae-Plagiochilaceae-Brevianthaceae clade is a largely terrestrial, subcosmopolitan lineage of jungermannialean leafy liverworts that may include significantly more than 1000 species.Expand
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Towards a monophyletic classification of Lejeuneaceae II: subtribes Pycnolejeuneinae and Xylolejeuneinae subtr. nov., transfer of Otolejeunea to Lepidolejeuninae, and generic refinements
Lejeuneaceae are the most species rich family of leafy liverworts and arguably the most difficult group in terms of generic delimitation. Although much progress has been made in recent years, theExpand
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Geographical structure, narrow species ranges, and Cenozoic diversification in a pantropical clade of epiphyllous leafy liverworts
Abstract The evolutionary history and classification of epiphyllous cryptogams are still poorly known. Leptolejeunea is a largely epiphyllous pantropical liverwort genus with about 25 speciesExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 30
ub lis he d by M an ey P ub lis hi ng ( c) B rit is h B ry ol og ic al S oc ie ty Bryological Notes New national and regional bryophyte records, 30 L T Ellis, H Bednarek-Ochyra, B Cykowska, R Ochyra,Expand
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Paraíba State, Brazil: a hotspot of bryophytes
A checklist for Paraiba bryophytes comprising 176 species (including 15 synonyms and the exclusion of three doubtful identifications), 86 genera, and 35 families is presented. This regional pool ofExpand
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On the occurrence of Notoligotrichum minimum (Cardot) G.L. Smith and Oligotrichum canaliculatum (J.D. Hook. & Arnott) Mitt. (Polytrichaceae) in Brazil
The occurrence of Notoligotrichum minimum (Cardot) G.L. Smith is confirmed from Brazil and Oligotrichum canaliculatum (J.D. Hook. & Arnott) Mitt. is reported as new to Brazil. Both species have been,Expand
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