The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum (Pottiaceae) in Antarctica

@article{Ochyra2002TheGD,
  title={The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum (Pottiaceae) in Antarctica},
  author={R. Ochyra and R. Zander},
  journal={Journal of Bryology},
  year={2002},
  volume={24},
  pages={33 - 44}
}
  • R. Ochyra, R. Zander
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Journal of Bryology
  • Abstract The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum are reviewed for Antarctica, where they are each represented by a single species, viz. D. brachyphyllus (Sull.) R.H.Zander and B. recurvirostrum (Hedw.) P.C.Chen. These are provided with brief descriptions, illustrations, and a key. Taxonomic, ecological and phytogeographical questions are discussed in light of distribution maps for Antarctica and the world. Didymodon gelidus Cardot and Barbula byrdii E.B.Bartram are synonymized with D… CONTINUE READING
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