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TWO NEW SPECIES OF JUNGERMANNIACEAE FROM ASIATIC RUSSIA ДВА НОВЫХ ВИДА JUNGERMANNIACEAE ИЗ АЗИАТСКОЙ ЧАСТИ РОССИИ

@inproceedings{Bakalin2010TWONS,
  title={TWO NEW SPECIES OF JUNGERMANNIACEAE FROM ASIATIC RUSSIA ДВА НОВЫХ ВИДА JUNGERMANNIACEAE ИЗ АЗИАТСКОЙ ЧАСТИ РОССИИ},
  author={V. A. Bakalin and A. A. Vilnet and В.А. Бакалин and А.А. Вильнет},
  year={2010}
}
Two species of Jungermanniaceae are described as new to science. Solenostoma pseudopyriflorum Bakalin et Vilnet is characterized by paroicous inflorescence, rigid shoots, purple colouration of a stem and leaf bases, as well as rhizogenous basal portion of the perianth. The species is most closely related to S. pyriflorum, but the latter has dioicous inflorescense and not so deep purple colour of a stem and basal portion of leaves. Jungermannia konstantinovae Bakalin et Vilnet is characterized… 

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