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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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Atlas of British & Irish bryophytes
A 2-volume publication mapping all 1069 species of hornworts, mosses and liverworts found in Britain and Ireland.
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The bryophytes of Greece: new records and observations
AbstractNew records of 38 hepatics and 87 mosses are reported from Greece. Leiocolea heterocolpos, Cephaloziella calyculata, Dicranella schreberiana, Hennediella stanfordensis, Weissia levieri,Expand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 5.
Bridel SE. 1812. Muscologiae recentiorum supplementum seu Species muscorum. 2. Gothae: ex O cina Libraria Ettingeriana. Dixon HN. 1960. Mosses of Tristan da Cunha. In: Results of the NorwgianExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 2
T. diminuta C. Muell. On seepage under karst forest, 700m alt. No. 98262, 4. We are grateful to the following for assistance during sampling and for permission to visit sites, Mr. Chaio MingExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 13
New national and regional bryophyte records, including new data from Bulgaria gathered during GAAV project.
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A transient occurrence of Orthotrichum acuminatum H. Philib. in Derbyshire, a new British moss
endostome of 16 (rarely eight well developed and traces of eight intermediate segments) strongly papillose segments. Orthotrichum hispanicum somewhat resembles O. scanicum Grönvall (Lara et al.,Expand
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Moss Flora of China
King George Island is one of the largest islands in the South Shetland Islands, lying at lat. 62° S some 770 km south-east of Cape Horn. It forms part of the maritime Antarctic (=cool-Antarctic), aExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 3
Scanty material of F. jimbriata, a species new to the Netherlands (Grad stein & Van Melick, 1996), was collected during the 1996 autumn meeting of the Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society onExpand
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Costa Rica: Prov. San José; Cerro la Muerte, on the ground by a track a little S. of the Pan American Highway at 85 km, alt. ca 3140 m, ca 9o 34 9 N, 83o 46 9 W, 10 April 1993, Townsend 93/554.Expand
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