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The genus Mannia (Aytoniaceae, Marchantiales) was first described by Opiz in 1829 and it is still not clear how many species it… Expand New records are presented for 21 species of complex thalloid Hepaticae (Marchantiales) from the Sino-Himalayan region, collected… Expand Microscopic evidence suggests that fungi forming endosymbioses with liverworts in the Marchantiales are arbuscular mycorrhizal… Expand Liverworts, the most basal lineage of extant land plants, have been used as model systems in the reconstruction of adaptations to… Expand Lindenberg (1836) regarded and published Riccia stricta as a variety of R. fluitans L. Subsequently, Nees (1838) and Gottsche et… Expand R. nigrella DC. (Lamarck & De Candolle 1815), with which R. capensis auct. non Steph.: S. Amell (1952, 1963), is conspecific, is… Expand Riccia hirsuta Volk & Perold, sp. nov., the type species of a new section, Micantes Volk & Perold, subgenus Spongodes (Nees… Expand A new species of Riccia, R. parvo-areolata Volk & Perold, as well as sporophytes and spores of R. villosa Steph. ex Brunnthaler… Expand Riccia duthieae Volk & Perold an d R. alatospora Volk & Perold , two new spe cie s en demic to southern Africa , are described… Expand