New or Little Known Epiphyllous Liverworts, XVIII. Records from The Bidoup-Núi Bà National Park, Vietnam, with the Description of Drepanolejeunea bidoupensis, sp. nov.

@inproceedings{Pocs2013NewOL,
  title={New or Little Known Epiphyllous Liverworts, XVIII. Records from The Bidoup-N{\'u}i B{\`a} National Park, Vietnam, with the Description of Drepanolejeunea bidoupensis, sp. nov.},
  author={T. Pócs and T. Luong and B. Ho},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Several interesting epiphylls were collected in recent surveys of bryophytes in Bidoup-Núi Bă National Park, Central Vietnam. Among the 125 samples containing 185 leaves covered by 54 species of which 43 belong to Lejeuneaceae, 5 to Radulaceae, 2 each to Frullaniaceae and Lepidoziaceae, finally a single species each to Plagiochilaceae and Daltoniaceae. Three of them, Cheilolejeunea ventricosa, Cololejeunea angustiflora and Drepanolejeunea tricornua proved to be new to Vietnam while… Expand
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