Many interesting mosses newly found in Japan

@inproceedings{Tadashi2017ManyIM,
  title={Many interesting mosses newly found in Japan},
  author={Suzuki Tadashi},
  year={2017}
}
In all, 56 moss species—Grimmiaceae: Codriophorus rizardii (Bednarek-Ochyra) BednarekOchyra & Ochyra and Schistidium subjulaceum H.H.Blom; Fissidentaceae: four species of Fissidens, F. elegans Brid., F. kalimpongensis Gangulee, F. pokhrensis Nork. ex Kumar, and F. scalaris Mitt.; Ditrichaceae: two species of Ditrichum, D. brevidens Nog. and D. montanus Leiberg; Bruchiaceae: Bruchia ravenelii Wills. ex Sull.; Rhabdoweisiaceae: Arctoa anderssonii Wich.; Leucobryaceae: Campylopus pilifer Brid… Expand
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