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Contributions to Morphology, Taxonomy, Distribution and Ecology of Bryophytes Jiří Váňa in Memoriam

Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 150
By: Lars Söderström(Editor), John J Engel(Editor), Jan Kučera(Editor)
334 pages, 3 plates with colour photos; 112 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
Contributions to Morphology, Taxonomy, Distribution and Ecology of Bryophytes
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This issue commemorates the Czech bryologist Jiří Váňa (1940-2018) and contains 17 contributions on the morphology, taxonomy, distribution, and ecology of bryophytes

Contents

- Jiří Váňa as a friend and colleague – his scientific legacy and impact on bryologists and bryophyte taxonomy / Söderström, Lars; Engel, John J.   p. 1-14
- Jiří Váňa as a teacher and mentor / Kučera, Jan   p. 15-16
- Memories of my father / Váňa, Filip   p. 17-20
- Publications of Jiří Váňa / Váňa, Jiří; Vánová, Marie; Söderström, Lars; Engel, John J.   p. 21-56
- Sporeling ontogeny in Treubia K.I. Goebel (Haplomitriopsida, Marchantiophyta) / Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J.; Bartholomew-Began, Sharon E.   p. 57-66
- Red list of liverworts occurring in the Tatra Mountains (Western Carpathians, Poland and Slovakia) / Górski, Piotr   p. 67-80
- The genera of Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) of tropical America – an update / Gradstein, S. Robbert   p. 81-96
- Notocynodontium parvulum, a new genus and species of the Rhabdoweisiaceae (Bryophyta: Dicranidae) from southern South America / Larraín, Juan; Suárez, Guillermo M.; Brinda, John C.; Tangney, Ray; von Konrat, Matt; Crabtree, Dafydd   p. 97-108
- Marchantia platycarpa (Marchantiopsida, Marchantiaceae), a new species from China / Long, David G.; Crandall-Stotler, Barbara J.   p. 109-116
- A contribution to the exploration of the bryophyte flora of Galicica National Park (the Republic of North Macedonia) with special attention to the species of conservation interest / Papp, Beáta; Pantovic, Jovana   p. 117-132
- Vegetation affinity of the moss species Meesia triquetra, Paludella squarrosa, Pseudocalliergon trifarium and Scorpidium scorpioides across European regions / Peterka, Tomás; Hájek, Michal   p. 133-158
- New synonyms in Caribbean species of Bazzania Gray (Lepidoziaceae) / Pócs, Tamás   p. 159-164
- Revisiting the genus Campyliadelphus (Amblystegiaceae, Bryophyta) / Kučera, Jan; Hedenäs, Lars   p. 165-178
- Contribution to the hepatic flora of Svalbard III: Hepatics of Prins Karls Forland (Forlandet nasjonalpark) / Konstantinova, Nadezhda; Savchenko, Anatoliy   p. 179-192
- Porella pinnata (Porellaceae) excluded from the liverwort flora of Asia / Bai, Yang; Qian, Kai; Xiang, You-Liang; Yang, Zhi-Wang; Li, Wei; Shu, Lei; Zhu, R.-L.   p. 193-200
- Molecular phylogenetic study of Frullania subsect. Inflatae (Frullaniaceae, Marchantiophyta) in the Holarctic with description of a new subgenus and three new species / Mamontov, Yuriy S.; Vilnet, Anna A.; Atwood, John J.; Konstantinova, Nadezhda A.   p. 201-242
- On the taxonomy of Fontinalis gracilis (Fontinalaceae, Bryophyta) and superficially similar species / Ignatov, Michael S.; Maksimov, Anatoly I.; Fedorova, Alina V.; Ignatova, Elena A.   p. 243-264
- Austral Hepaticae 51. A new species of Pallavicinia S. Gray from New Zealand / Engel, John J.   p. 265-272
- Range extensions for Bryoerythrophyllum sollmanianum and Tortula yuennanensis (Pottiaceae, Musci) with reconsideration of their phylogenetic affinities including Pararhexophyllum, gen. nov. / Kučera, Jan; Sollman, Philip; Afonina, Olga M.; Ignatova, Elena A.; Fedosov, Vladimir E.; Shevock, James R.; Tubanova, Dolgor Ya.; Ignatov, Michael S.   p. 273-292
- The Angkor Wat Kingdom liverworts from Cambodia / Ingerpuu, Nele; Vellak, Kai; Hagborg, Anders; Söderström, Lars   p. 293-316
- The phylogenetic relationships of Lophochaete R.M. Schust. (Antheliaceae) and Pseudolepicolea Fulford & J. Taylor (Pseudolepicoleaceae, Marchantiophyta) / Aguero, Blanka; Hassel, Kristian   p. 317-324

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Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 150
By: Lars Söderström(Editor), John J Engel(Editor), Jan Kučera(Editor)
334 pages, 3 plates with colour photos; 112 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
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