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Sequence of bryophytes and lichens in relation to substrate variables of decaying coniferous wood in Northern Sweden
Soderstrom, L. 1988. Sequence of bryophytes and lichens in relation to substrate variables of decaying coniferous wood in Northern Sweden. - Nord. J. Bot. 8: 89–97. Copenhagen. ISSN 0107–055X.Expand
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The occurrence of epixylic bryophyte and lichen species in an old natural and a managed forest stand in Northeast Sweden
Abstract An old natural spruce stand and a managed spruce stand were compared with regard to occurrence of epixylic bryophyte and lichen species and amount of decaying wood in different size classesExpand
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An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia
Abstract The moss flora of Europe and Macaronesia comprises 278 genera, 1292 species, 46 subspecies and 118 varieties. Of the total 1292 species, 53 are confined to Macaronesia and 21 are thought toExpand
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Habitat qualities versus long-term continuity as determinants of biodiversity in boreal old-growth swamp forests
Abstract Natural swamp forests are extremely rare in Sweden because of extensive drainage and logging activities. This study reports a total of 517 species (148 vascular plants, 131 mosses, 64Expand
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World checklist of hornworts and liverworts
Abstract A working checklist of accepted taxa worldwide is vital in achieving the goal of developing an online flora of all known plants by 2020 as part of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation.Expand
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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 namesExpand
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A synthesis of hornwort diversity: Patterns, causes and future work
Hornworts are the least species-rich bryophyte group, with around 200-250 species worldwide. Despite their low species numbers, hornworts represent a key group for understanding the evolution ofExpand
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Molecular insights into the phylogeny of the leafy liverwort family Lophoziaceae Cavers
Delimitation and classification of the large, cosmopolitan liverwort family Lophoziaceae is controversial. Many recent workers have included it in Jungermanniaceae, and even in its strictest sense,Expand
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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,
Orthodontium lineare and Campy/opus introfiexus are two species originally from the Southern Hemisphere. They were introduced to Europe in the early 20th century and have since expanded over much ofExpand
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Spatial pattern and dispersal in the leafy hepatic Ptilidium pulcherrimum
AbstractOccurrence of Ptilidium pulcherrimum in transects and spore dispersal from a single colony have been studied in a coastal spruce forest in northern Sweden. The main substrate type was rottingExpand
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