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We report the first record of Drepanocladus longifolius for Slovakia evidenced by herbarium specimen.
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Notes on the Herbivory on Buxbaumia viridis Sporophytes in the Pyrenees
Abstract Buxbaumia viridis is a bryophyte whose gametophyte is highly reduced, while its sporophyte is relatively large, present all year round in its different phenological stages. In theExpand
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Reprint of “Spectral fluorescence variation of pollen and spores from recent peat-forming plants”
Abstract The fluorescence properties of spores and pollen grains examined under ultraviolet incident light are used to assess the maturity of sedimentary organic matter and may have otherExpand
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Fissidens bryoides var. Gymnandrus and F. celticus (Bryophyta, Fissidentaceae) in the Iberian Peninsula
Abstract Fissidens bryoides Hedw. var. gymnandrus (Buse) R. Ruthe and Fissidens celticus Paton are reported new to Spain, based on collections from the Basque Country in the northern part of theExpand
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HEPÁTICAS DE CANTABRIA: CATÁLOGO PRELIMINAR Y ADICIONES
taxones. Abstract: The catalogue of the liverworts of Cantabria (Marchantiophyta) is offered, it includes literature records and new additions. In all, 135 taxa have been recorded.
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Wind farms and mires in the Basque Country and north-west Navarra, Spain.
Mires occur in the Basque Country and north-west Navarra (northern Spain) due to the Atlantic influence on climate. They are most frequent in the north and become rarer to the south. True peatland isExpand
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On the presence of Hamatocaulis vernicosus (Mitt.) Hedenäs (Amblystegiaceae) in Spain
Cao T, Gao Q, Wu Y. 1998. The genera Indusiella and Jaffueliobryum (Bryopsida; Grimmiaceae) in China. Chenia 5: 25-30. Cao T, Vitt DH. 1986. A taxonomic revision and phylogenetic analysis of GrimmiaExpand
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Taxonomic revision of Riella subgenus Trabutiella (Riellaceae, Sphaerocarpales)
The genus Riella (Riellaceae, Sphaerocarpales) includes some 24 species of thalloid aquatic liverworts with unique morphological and ecological features among hepatics. These include the developmentExpand
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Evolution of equatorial vegetation communities mapped using Thematic Mapper images through a geographical information system (Guinea, Equatorial Africa)
The diverse spectral behaviour of vegetation permits the use of satellite imagery to map the extent and variety of different vegetation communities. The comparison with historical maps through aExpand
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On the presence of Clasmatodon parvulus (Bryopsida) in Europe
Abstract: H eras , P., I nfante , M. & B uck , W. R. 2006. On the presence of Clasmatodon parvulus (Bryopsida) in Europe. – Herzogia 19 : 317–321. A revision of the Spanish records of ClasmatodonExpand
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