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Sequence of bryophytes and lichens in relation to substrate variables of decaying coniferous wood in Northern Sweden
The species sequence on decaying logs during the decay period has been investigated in a forest in Northern Sweden and species present can be divided into four groups, facultative epiphytes, early and late epixylics, and ground flora species.
An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia
The moss flora of Europe and Macaronesia comprises 278 genera, 1292 species, 46 subspecies and 118 varieties, which is strongly influenced by results of modern molecular methods, but there are still many remaining uncertainties, even at family level.
World checklist of hornworts and liverworts
The first-ever worldwide checklist for liverworts and hornworts is presented that includes 7486 species in 398 genera representing 92 families from the two phyla, providing a valuable tool for taxonomists and systematists, analyzing phytogeographic and diversity patterns, aiding in the assessment of floristic and taxonomic knowledge, and identifying geographical gaps.
Hepatics and Anthocerotes of the Mediterranean, an annotated checklist
The names of all hepatics and anthocerotes published to the end of may 2007 in the Mediterranean countries and Bulgaria are compiled in an annotated checklist list. The list comprises accepted names
Molecular insights into the phylogeny of the leafy liverwort family Lophoziaceae Cavers
Variation in DNA sequences of the chloroplast rps4 gene and the trnG intron is analysed to provide resolution of phylogenetic relationships in the leafy liverworts with emphasis on the various elements usually placed in Lophoziaceae.
A synthesis of hornwort diversity: Patterns, causes and future work
Estimates of hornwort species richness worldwide, identifying centers of diversity and two examples of the impact of recent work in elucidating the composition and circumscription of the genera Megaceros and Nothoceros are presented.
The expansion of the alien mosses Orthodontium lineare and Campylopus introflexus in Britain and continental Europe (Selected Papers Presented at the 15 World Congress on Bryology Held at Merida,
The expansion phase of the two species in Britain is described as the cumulative number of vice-counties where they have been found over time, compared with related native species from the same environment to avoid effects of sampling intensity.
Spatial pattern and dispersal in the leafy hepatic Ptilidium pulcherrimum
Occurrence of Ptilidium pulcherrimum in transects and spore dispersal from a single colony have been studied in a coastal spruce forest in northern Sweden, finding a clumped distribution pattern could not be explained by a similar clumping of the substrate.