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Flora Bryophytarum Sinicorum, Volume 5: Redactores Principales [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
By: Wu Pengcheng(Editor), Jia Yu(Editor)
Publisher: Science Press
Flora Bryophytarum Sinicorum, Volume 5: Redactores Principales [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific name index

This volume contains the most primitive groups of the pleurocarpi-dipolepideae of Musci in China. From the morphology, taxonomy and molecular biology, the relationships between the families and genera of the mosses of this volume are not only very complex, but the concepts of these families and genera are also quite different to bryologists. On the basis of the specimens and previous works and studies, the authors try to confirm the natural system for the families of Leucodontaceae, Orthotrichaceae, Trachypodaceae, Mettoriaceae and Neckeraceae (s.l.). In total, there are 1 order, 21 families, 83 genera, and 283 species in this volume, and among them many tropical types and East-Asiatic types, including 3 families, 15 genera, 40 species, and 2 new species, which are firstly recorded in China.

Contents

Pleurocarpi-Diplolepidae
Isobryales
Erpodiaceae
Glyphomitriaceae
Orthotrichaceae
Racopilinales
Racopilaceae
Leucodontinales
Hedwigiaceae
Bryowijkiaceae
Cryphaeaceae
Leucodontaceae
Ptychomniaceae
Prionodontaceae
Trachypodaceae
Myuriaceae
Pterobryaceae
Meteoriaceae
Neckerinales
Phyllogoniaceae
Neckeraceae
Thamnobryaceae
Leptodontaceae
Lembophyllaceae
Fontinalinales
Fontinalaceae
Climaciaceae

References
Chinese Names Index
Latin Names Index

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Flora / Fauna
By: Wu Pengcheng(Editor), Jia Yu(Editor)
Publisher: Science Press
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