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Olaf WERNER

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New data on the moss genus Hymenoloma (Bryophyta), with special reference to H. mulahaceni

WERNER O., RAMS S., KUČERA J., LARRAÍN J., AFONINA O. M., PISA S. & ROS R. M. 2013. — New data on the moss genus Hymenoloma (Bryophyta), with special reference to H. mulahaceni. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 34 (1): 13-30. https://doi.org/10.782/cryb.v34.iss1.2013.13

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The taxonomic status of Platyhypnidium torrenticola based on ITS sequence data

WERNER O., PATIÑO J., GONZÁLEZ-MANCEBO J. M. & ROS R. M. 2007. — The taxonomic status of Platyhypnidium torrenticola based on ITS sequence data. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 28 (3): 187-195.

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Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) markers support the species status of Weissia wimmeriana (Sendtn.) Bruch & Schimp. (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida)

WERNER O., ROS R. M., GUERRA J. & CANO M. J. 2004. — Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) markers support the species status of Weissia wimmeriana (Sendtn.) Bruch & Schimp. (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida). Cryptogamie, Bryologie 25 (2): 137-146.

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The variability of the papillae on the laminal cells of Barbula indica (Hook.) Spreng. (Pottiaceae, Musci): a morphological and molecular approach

WERNER O., ROS R. M. & GONZÁLEZ-MANCEBO J. M. 2003. — The variability of the papillae on the laminal cells of Barbula indica (Hook.) Spreng. (Pottiaceae, Musci): a morphological and molecular approach. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 24 (4): 367-375.

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Taxonomical and nomenclatural notes on the moss Ceratodon conicus (Ditrichaceae, Bryophyta)

NIETO-LUGILDE M., WERNER O. & ROS R. M. 2018. — Taxonomical and nomenclatural notes on the moss Ceratodon conicus (Ditrichaceae, Bryophyta). Cryptogamie, Bryologie 39 (2): 195-200. https://doi.org/10.7872/cryb/v39.iss2.2018.195

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The Didymodon tophaceus complex (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) revisited: new data support the subspecific rank of currently recognized species

KUČERA J., BLOCKEEL T. L., ERZBERGER P., PAPP B., SOLDÁN Z., VELLAK K., WERNER O. & ROS R. M. 2018. — The Didymodon tophaceus complex (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) revisited: new data support the subspecific rank of currently recognized species. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 39 (2): 241-257. https://doi.org/10.7872/cryb/v39.iss2.2018.241

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Updated checklist of the Bryophytes from the Sierra Nevada Mountains (S of Spain)

RAMS S., WERNER O. & ROS R. M. 2014. — Updated checklist of the Bryophytes from the Sierra Nevada Mountains (S of Spain). Cryptogamie, Bryologie 35 (3): 261-311. https://doi.org/10.7872/cryb.v35.iss3.2014.261

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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 34 (2): 99-285. https://doi.org/10.782/cryb.v34.iss2.2013.99

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Distribution patterns of Leucodon species in Macaronesia, with special reference to the Canary Islands

GONZALEZ-MANCEBO J. M., PATIÑO J., WERNER O., GABRIEL R. M. d. A. & ROS R. M. 2009. — Distribution patterns of Leucodon species in Macaronesia, with special reference to the Canary Islands. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 30 (1): 185-197.

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Bryophyte flora of the Canary Islands : an updated compilation of the species list with an analysis of distribution patterns in the context of the Macaronesian Region

GONZALEZ-MANCEBO J. M., ROMAGUERA F., ROS R. M., PATIÑO J. & WERNER O. 2008. — Bryophyte flora of the Canary Islands : an updated compilation of the species list with an analysis of distribution patterns in the context of the Macaronesian Region. Cryptogamie, Bryologie 29 (4): 315-357.

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