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Trachycarpidium echinatum and Weissia platystegia, new to Vietnam and Continental SE Asia

@article{Tan2003TrachycarpidiumEA,
  title={Trachycarpidium echinatum and Weissia platystegia, new to Vietnam and Continental SE Asia},
  author={B. Tan and Vo Thi Mai Huong and B. Ho},
  journal={Cryptogamie Bryologie},
  year={2003},
  volume={24},
  pages={43-47}
}
Nine species and one subspecies of mosses are reported new to Vietnam. They are Calymperes crassinerve (Mitt.) Jaeg., Calymperes erosum C. Muell., Calymperes motleyi Mitt., Calymperes subintegrum Broth., Fissidens crassinervis Sande Lac., Leucoloma mittenii Fleisch., Mitthyridium fasciculatum (Hook. & Grev.) Robins. subsp. obtusifolium (Lindb.) M. Menzel, Pelekium investe (Mitt.) Touw, Trachycarpidium echinatum Dix., and Weissia platystegia (Dix.) A. Eddy. The last two taxa are also new records… Expand
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