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Moss Flora of Central America, Part 2: Encalyptaceae - Orthotrichaceae [MSB 90]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
Edited By: Bruce Allen
700 pages, 286 b/w line drawings, maps
Moss Flora of Central America, Part 2: Encalyptaceae - Orthotrichaceae [MSB 90]
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Part 2 of the "Moss Flora of Central America" treats 286 species. Each species is fully described, and discussed, illustrated (for the first time), and its Central American distribution is mapped. Families and genera are fully described, and all taxa are keyed. This volume contains major treatments on Macromitrium (31 species), Bryum (27 species), Bachymenium (16 species), Leptodontium (14 species), and Breutelia (14 species) that may prove useful throughout Tropical America.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
Edited By: Bruce Allen
700 pages, 286 b/w line drawings, maps
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