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Taxonomy and Biogeography of Bryophytes A Special Issue in Honour of Wolfgang Frey

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Series: Nova Hedwigia Volume: 106/1-2
By: John Engel(Editor), Juan A Jiménez Fernández(Editor), Roland Kirschner(Editor)
259 pages, b/w photos, b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
Taxonomy and Biogeography of Bryophytes
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This is a special issue on bryology of Nova Hedwigia, dedicated to its former Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Frey. It contains 12 contributions, see table of contents for more details.

Contents

Editorial: Taxonomy and biogeography of bryophytes. A special issue in honour of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Frey    1-3
      Engel, John; Jiménez Fernández, Juan A; Kirschner, Roland
Taxonomic identity of Chionoloma bombayense (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta)   5-15
      Alonso, Marta; Jiménez, Juan A.; Cano, María J.
Fossombronia hahnii (Marchantiophyta, Fossombroniaceae), a new species from Central Chile   17-26
      Müller, Frank
Lophocolea fragrans subsp. cocosana subsp. nov. and L. tenerrima (Marchantiophyta: Lophocoleaceae) new to Central America   27-34
      Dauphin, Gregorio; Gradstein, S. Robbert; Morales, Maria I.; Sánchez, Joaquín
Liverworts (Marchantiophyta) of Polylepis pauta forests from Ecuador with description of Leptoscyphus leoniae sp. nov. and Plagiochila pautaphila sp. nov.   35-48
      Gradstein, S. Robbert; León-Yánez, Susana
On Metzgeria saccata Mitt. (Marchantiophyta: Metzgeriaceae) with description of a new species from South America   49-58
      Gradstein, S. Robbert; Benítez, Ángel
A new and interesting species of Lejeunea Lib. (Marchantiophyta, Lejeuneaceae) from Brazil   59-64
      Bastos, Cid José Passos; Gradstein, S. Robbert; Vilas Bôas-Bastos, Silvana B.; Schäfer-Verwimp, Alfons
Prionolejeunea clementinae, a new species of Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) from Panama   65-71
      Ilkiu-Borges, Anna Luiza; Dauphin, Gregorio; Salazar Allen, Noris
Didymodon tibeticus (Bryophyta, Pottiaceae), a new species from Tibet, China   73-80
      Kou, Jin; Feng, Chao; Shao, Xiao-Ming
On resurrection of Marsupella parvitexta Steph. (Gymnomitriaceae, Marchantiophyta) as a semi cryptic species of the genus Gymnomitrion   81-101
      Mamontov, Yuriy S.; Konstantinova, Nadezhda A.; Vilnet, Anna A.; Potemkin, Alexey D.; Sofronova, Elena V.; Gamova, Natalia S.
Hepatics from Rovno amber (Ukraine), 7. Frullania zerovii, sp. nov.   103-113
      Mamontov, Yuriy S.; Ignatov, Michael S.; Perkovsky, Evgeny E.
A revision of the genus Frullania (Marchantiophyta: Frullaniaceae) in Thailand   115-207
      Sukkharak, Phiangphak
Frullania as a hotspot for hypocrealean ascomycetes: ten new species from Southeastern North America   209-256
      Döbbeler, Peter; Davison, Paul G.
Book reviews   257-259
      Kirschner, Roland

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Nova Hedwigia Volume: 106/1-2
By: John Engel(Editor), Juan A Jiménez Fernández(Editor), Roland Kirschner(Editor)
259 pages, b/w photos, b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
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