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Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments
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The Moss Flora of Mexico
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RE-EVALUATION OF TORTELLA (MUSCI, POTTIACEAE) IN CONTERMINOUS U.S.A. AND CANADA WITH A TREATMENT OF THE EUROPEAN SPECIES TORTELLA NITIDA
The moss genus Tortella (Pottiaceae) is re-examined for continental North America north of Mexico. Tortella alpicola is distinguished from T. fragilis as an uncommon but widespread taxon. TortellaExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 29
New national and regional bryophyte records, 29 L T Ellis, S Akhoondi Darzikolaei, S Shirzadian, V A Bakalin, H BednarekOchyra, R Ochyra, D Claro, M V Dulin, P M Eckel, P Erzberger, R Eziz, MExpand
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TORTELLA BAMBERGERI IN NORTH AMERICA AND AN EVALUATION OF ITS TAXONOMY
Tortella bambergeri (Schimp.) Broth. is shown to include T. brotheri (Lindb. ex Broth.) Broth. as a new synonym. A new description is made based largely on gametophytic traits. A key distinguishes itExpand
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Tortella tortelloides (Musci: Pottiaceae) New to North America
The moss Tortella tortelloides (Greene) Robinson is reportedfrom the state of Wyoming. This, together with an earlier report from Hawaii, is one of two known intermediate stations between theExpand
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Gymnostomum aeruginosum, G. calcareum and G. viridulum (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida) in California
Abstract Recent discoveries of true Gymnostomum calcareum Nees & Hornsch. and G. viridulum Brid. in California, U.S.A., prompted a new look at the genus in America. Perichaetia borne laterally onExpand
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Pseudosymblepharis and Oxystegus species (Pottiaceae) new to northwestern North America, and refutation of molecular Chionoloma
Abstract. Three species of Pottiaceae (Bryophyta) of limited distribution worldwide are reported for hyperoceanic northwestern North America. The Asian Pseudosymblepharis angustata is a genus andExpand
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Notes on Pleuroweisieae (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) in North America
Abstract. Ardeuma aurantiacum is new to North America from a collection in Florida. Anoectangium stracheyanum is new to Canada from a station in British Columbia. Anoectangium euchloron, a LatinExpand
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Tortella knightii, an Australasian Species New to South America in Tierra del Fuego
Tortella knightii (Mitt.) Broth. occurs in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, placing the species among the number that share a high-latitude South American, high-latitude Australasian distribution. DuringExpand
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