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Cryptogamie, Bryologie

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2021

en Contribution to the bryophyte flora of New Caledonia IV. Species new to the country, new localities together with taxonomic notes

Louis THOUVENOT & Frank MÜLLER

181-196, Published on 17 September 2021, art. 42 (13) DOI

en New data on Orthotrichum gigantosporum Lewinsky (Orthotrichaceae, Bryophyta), a widespread northern Andean-Patagonian endemic moss

Francisco LARA et al.

169-179, Published on 04 August 2021, art. 42 (12) DOI

en Epiphytic bryophyte communities of forests dominated by Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertner in Altindere Valley National Park (Trabzon, Turkey)

Mevlüt ALATAS et al.

155-167, Published on 28 July 2021, art. 42 (11) DOI

en A new species of Nowellia Mitt. (Marchantiophyta, Cephaloziaceae) discovered in New Caledonia

Louis THOUVENOT

149-153, Published on 07 July 2021, art. 42 (10) DOI

en Koponobryum papillosum Printarakul & Chantanaorr., sp. nov. (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta), a new moss species from northern Thailand

Narin PRINTARAKUL et al.

143-148, Published on 16 June 2021, art. 42 (9) DOI

en Notes on the bryophytes of Madagascar 3. Six new Lejeuneaceae species

Tamás PÓCS

129-141, Published on 03 June 2021, art. 42 (8) DOI

en Does the removal of non-photosynthetic sections lead to a down-regulation of photosynthesis in mosses? A first experiment

Zhe WANG et al.

117-127, Published on 25 May 2021, art. 42 (7) DOI

en Checklist of the liverworts and hornworts of French Polynesia

Jacques BARDAT et al.

73-116, Published on 18 May 2021, art. 42 (6) DOI

en Schistidium apocarpum complex (Grimmiaceae, Bryophyta) in the Baetic Mountain Ranges, southern Iberian Peninsula

Juan GUERRA et al.

45-71, Published on 07 April 2021, art. 42 (5) DOI

en New and noteworthy records of deadwood dwelling bryophyte species for Turkey and Southwest Asia

Ayşe Dilek UNAN & Muhammet ÖREN

33-44, Published on 26 March 2021, art. 42 (4) DOI


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