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Manuela SIM-SIM

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Recolonisation and changes in bryophyte and lichen biodiversity in burned areas from the Serra da Estrela (Portugal)

SIM-SIM M., CARVALHO P., SÉRGIO C., GARCIA C. A. & REGO F. 2004. — Recolonisation and changes in bryophyte and lichen biodiversity in burned areas from the Serra da Estrela (Portugal). Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2004 (4): 367-384.

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Dimorphic sexual expression and anisospory in Homalothecium sericeum Schimp. s.l. (Brachytheciaceae) in Portugal

SÉRGIO C., SIM-SIM M. & GARCIA C. A. 2020. — Dimorphic sexual expression and anisospory in Homalothecium sericeum Schimp. s.l. (Brachytheciaceae) in Portugal. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2020 (14): 197-204. https://doi.org/10.5252/cryptogamie-bryologie2020v41a14. http://cryptogamie.com/bryologie/41/14

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How are anthropogenic pressures facilitating the invasion of Campylopus introflexus (Dicranaceae, Bryopsida) in mainland portugal?

SERGIO C., GARCIA C. A., STOW S., MARTINS A., VIEIRA C., HESPANHOL H. & SIM-SIM M. 2018. — How are anthropogenic pressures facilitating the invasion of Campylopus introflexus (Dicranaceae, Bryopsida) in mainland portugal?. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2018 (2): 283-292. https://doi.org/10.7872/cryb/v39.iss2.2018.283

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Fluvial niche reconnaissance of noteworthy bryophytes in Portugal

VIEIRA C., HESPANHOL H., GARCIA C. A., SIM-SIM M. & SÉRGIO C. 2016. — Fluvial niche reconnaissance of noteworthy bryophytes in Portugal. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2016 (1): 87-106. https://doi.org/10.7872/cryb/v37.iss1.2016.87

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Mosses of the Mediterranean, an annotated checklist

ROS R. M., MAZIMPAKA V., ABOU-SALAMA U., ALEFFI M., BLOCKEEL T. L., BRUGUÉS M., CROS R. M., DIA M. G., DIRKSE G. M., DRAPER I., EL-SAADAWI W., ERDAĞ A., GANEVA A., GABRIEL R. M. d. A., GONZÁLEZ-MANCEBO J. M., GRANGER C., HERRNSTADT I., HUGONNOT V., KHALIL K., KÜRSCHNER H., LOSADA-LIMA A., LUIS L., MIFSUD S. D., PRIVITERA M., PUGLISI M., SABOVLJEVIĆ M. S., SÉRGIO C., SHABBARA H. M., SIM-SIM M., SOTIAUX A., TACCHI R., VANDERPOORTEN A. & WERNER O. 2013. — Mosses of the Mediterranean, an annotated checklist. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2013 (2): 99-285. https://doi.org/10.782/cryb.v34.iss2.2013.99

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Andreaea flexuosa R. Brown bis subsp. luisieri Sérgio et Sim-Sim (Andreaeaceae), a new taxon from Madeira Island

SÉRGIO C. & SIM-SIM M. 2012. — Andreaea flexuosa R. Brown bis subsp. luisieri Sérgio et Sim-Sim (Andreaeaceae), a new taxon from Madeira Island. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2012 (3): 271-277.

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The hornworts Dendroceros Nees and Megaceros Campb. in São Tomé e Príncipe (Africa, Gulf of Guinea) with the description of Dendroceros paivae sp. nov.

GARCIA C. A., SÉRGIO C., VILLARREAL J. C., SIM-SIM M. & LARA F. 2012. — The hornworts Dendroceros Nees and Megaceros Campb. in São Tomé e Príncipe (Africa, Gulf of Guinea) with the description of Dendroceros paivae sp. nov.. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2012 (1): 3-21.

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Atrichum androgynum (Müll. Hal.) A. Jaeger in Portugal, Azores and Madeira, new to the European bryoflora

SERGIO C., SIM-SIM M. & LUIS L. 2010. — Atrichum androgynum (Müll. Hal.) A. Jaeger in Portugal, Azores and Madeira, new to the European bryoflora. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2010 (3): 281-288.

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New data on riparian bryophytes of Madeira

LUIS L., SIM-SIM M., FONTINHA S. & HOLYOAK D. T. 2008. — New data on riparian bryophytes of Madeira. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2008 (4): 393-396.

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Hepatics and Anthocerotes of the Mediterranean,an annotated checklist

ROS R. M., MAZIMPAKA V., ABOU-SALAMA U., ALEFFI M., BLOCKEEL T. L., BRUGUES M., CANO M. J., CROS R. M., DIA M. G., DIRKSE G. M., EL-SAADAWI W., ERDAĞ A., GANEVA A., GONZÁLEZ-MANCEBO J. M., HERRNSTADT I., KHALIL K., KÜRSCHNER H., LANFRANCO E., LOSADA-LIMA A., REFAI M. S., RODRIGUEZ-NUNEZ S., SABOVLJEVIC M., SERGIO C., SHABBARA H. M., SIM-SIM M. & SODERSTROM L. 2007. — Hepatics and Anthocerotes of the Mediterranean,an annotated checklist. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 2007 (4): 351-437.

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