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List of the Mosses of North America North of Mexico
Changing lenses to assess biodiversity: patterns of species richness in sub-Antarctic plants and implications for global conservation
Article discussing patterns of species richness in sub-Antarctic plants and implications for global conservation.
Taxonomic and nomenclatural rearrangement in the Hookeriales with notes on West Indian taxa
- W. R. Buck
- 1 April 1987
The Hookeriales are evaluated to discern familial limits. Five families are recognized in the order: Hookeriaceae, Leucomiaceae, Daltoniaceae, Callicostaceae, and Adelotheciaceae fam. nov.… Expand
Some Latin American Genera of Hypnaceae (Musci)
A taxonomic revision of 16 of the 21 genera of the large pleurocarpous moss family Hypnaceae is presented for Latin America (Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, and South America). This study… Expand
An evaluation of familial limits among the genera traditionally aligned with the Thuidiaceae and Leskeaceae
Observations on the ecology and distribution of Hydrocryphaea wardii, a southeast Asian monospecific genus, reported new for China from Yunnan province (Papers to Commemorate the 100th Issue of the…
SERRA DO CURICURIARI, AMAZONAS STATE, BRAZIL: THE FIRST BRYOFLORISTIC ANALYSIS FOR A BRAZILIAN MOUNTAIN IN THE AMAZONIAN FOREST
This study aims to investigate the richness of mosses and liverworts at Serra do Curicuriari, in the Amazonas State, Brazil. The study area and the bryophytes were collected in 1979, during a… Expand
The familial placement of Bryowijkia (Musci: Trachypodaceae)
The synapotypic feature of seriate leaf cell papillae positioned on cell lumina and directed over the longitudinal cross walls alliesBryowijkia with the Trachypodaceae. The Hedwigiaceae consist of… Expand