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The Illustrated Moss Flora of Antarctica
Taxonomic and nomenclatural novelties Foreword Sir Martin W. Holdgate Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. History of muscological investigations in Antarctica 3. Terrestrial environment and
Studies on mosses in the Falkland Islands: I. Bucklandiella and Codriophorus (Grimmiaceae)
Abstract Bucklandiella didyma (Mont.) Bednarek-Ochyra et Ochyra and Codriophorus laevigatus (Mitt.) Bednarek-Ochyra et Ochyra are recorded for the first time from the Falkland Islands. Bucklandiella
New and rare moss species from subantarctic South Georgia
The moss flora of South Georgia is currently estimated to comprise about 115 species, with Twenty-two of these recorded for the first time from the island, namely Andreaea obovata Thed, first record from the austral region.
Subantarctic flowering plants: pre‐glacial survivors or post‐glacial immigrants?
Aim  The aim here was to assess whether the present‐day assemblage of subantarctic flowering plants is the result of a rapid post‐Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) colonization or whether subantarctic