Bryophyte flora of Western Melanesia

@article{Koponen1990BryophyteFO,
  title={Bryophyte flora of Western Melanesia},
  author={Timo Koponen},
  journal={Bryophyte Diversity and Evolution},
  year={1990},
  volume={2},
  pages={149-160}
}
  • T. Koponen
  • Published 31 December 1990
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • Bryophyte Diversity and Evolution
A project dealing with the hepatic and moss floras of New Guinea and the Solomon Islands has proceeded more than halfway. The revision of the flora is based on the study of ca 17000 specimens collected in 1981. Two new genera and ca 50 new species have been described in 33 published papers and seven manuscripts. Many families, genera and species not previously recorded for the area have been added to the flora. More than 300 names have been reduced to synonyms. The percentage of endemic species… 
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The paper describes Professor Tamas Pocs’ cooperation with Finnish bryologists and other cryptogam taxonomists. Cooperation began with exchange of reprints in 1966 and identification of African
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