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Vol. 14(4) -  2009

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Bryophytes

 

Bednarek-Ochyra, H. & R. Ochyra. 2007. Bucklandiella crispipila (Taylor) Bednarek-Ochyra & Ochyra. J. Bryol. 29: 277. --- New for Asia (Papua New Guinea).

 

Bruggeman-Nannenga. 2009. Notes on Fissidens VII—IX. J. Bryol. 31: 106—116, illus. --- Fissidens gedehensis re-erected, now also from Sri Lanka; F. edamensis to F. pallidinervis

 

Buck, W.R. & B.C. Tan. 2008. A review of Elmeriobryum (Hypnaceae). Telopea 12: 251—256. --- 3 spp, 1 new comb; key; synonymy, descriptions, notes.

 

Câmara, P.E.A.S. 2009. A new species of Taxithelium (Sematophyllaceae) from Seram, Indonesia. Bryologist 112: 589—592, illus.

 

Cao, T., C.-L. Shi, S.-L. Guo, D.-S. Wang & F. Liu. 2008. On Macromitrium microstomum, a notable moss  species and its geographic distribution. Guihaia 28: 336—339, illus.

 

Crandall-Stotler, B., R.E. Stotler & D.G. Long. 2009. Phylogeny and classification of Marchantiophyta. Edinburgh J. Bot. 66: 155—198.

 

García-Avila, D., E. de Luna & A.E. Newton. 2009. Phylogenetic relationships of the Thuidiaceae and the non-monophyly of the Thuidiaceae and the Leskeaceae based on rbcL, rps4 and the rps4-trnS intergenic spacer. Bryologist 112: 80—93, illus.

 

Harris, E.S.J. 2008. Paraphyly and multiple causes of phylogenetic incongruence in the moss genus Plagiomnium (Mniaceae). Taxon 57: 417—433, illus. --- Paraphyletic; Orthomnium nested in it; sections also paraphyletic.

 

He-Nygrén, X. 2007. Multi-gene phylogeny supports single origin of jungermannioid perigynium. Ann. Bot. Fenn. 44: 450—462, illus.

 

Hedenäs, L. 2009. New national and regional bryophyte records. 22. J. Bryol. 31: 205. --- Phyllodon perplanicaulis: Johor.

 

Hernández-Maqueda, R., D. Quandt & J. Muñoz. 2008. Testing reticulation and adaptive convergence in the Grimmiaceae (Bryophyta). Taxon 57: 500—510, illus.

 

Ho, B.-C. & B.C. Tan. 2009. Does the moss genus Lepidopilum (Brid.) Brid. (Pilotrichaceae) occur in Asia? Gard. Bull. Singapore 60: 345—349, illus. --- No: Lepidopilum novae-guineae = Dimorphocladon borneense.

 

Hu, R.-L., Y.-F. Wang & M.R. Crosby (Eds.). 2008. Moss flora of China. English version. 7.Amblystegiacedae – Plagiotheciaceae. viii, 258 pp. Science Press, Beijing & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis. ISBN 978-1-930723-77-1.

 

Huttunen, S., P. Isoviita & D. Quandt. 2008. Proposals to conserve the name Meteorium with a conserved type and change the conserved type of Papillaria (Musci: Meteoriaceae). Taxon 57: 992--995.

 

Huttunen, S., L. Hedenäs, M.G. Ignatov, N. Devos & A. Vanderpoorten. 2008. Origin and evolution of the northern hemisphere disjunction in the moss genus Homalothecium (Brachytheciaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 95: 720—730, illus.

 

Inoue, A., T. Furuki & R. Imaichi. 2008. Developmental morphology of irregularly-shaped gametophytes of the liverwort Mizutania riccardioides (Mizutaniaceae). Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 59: 239—247, illus.

 

Li, X.-J. & M.R. Crosby (Eds.). 2007. Moss flora of China. English version. 4. Bryaceae – Timmiaceae. viii, 211 pp. Science Press, Beijing & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis. ISBN 978-1-930723-57-3.

 

Norris, D.H., T. Koponen & W.R. Buck. 2008. Bryophyte flora of the Huon Peninsula, Papua New Guinea. LXXI. Merrilliobryum (Myriniaceae, Musci). Ann. Bot. Fenn. 45: 269—276, illus. --- 2 spp, 1 new; key, descriptions, notes.

 

O’Shea, B.J. 2007. Meiothecium intextum Mitt. (Bryopsida: Sematophyllaceae) an overlooked taxon from Asia and Oceania, with notes on related taxa. J. Bryol. 29: 275—276, illus. --- Incl. M. bogoriense.

 

Pócs, T. & A. Cairns. 2008. Contributions to the bryoflora of Australia, III. The genus Jubula Dumort., with the description of J. hutchinsiae Hook. subsp. nov. australiae (Jubulaceae, Jungermanniopsida). Nova Hedwigia 86: 231—236, illus.

 

Pócs, T. & J. Eggers. 2007. Bryophytes from the Fiji Islands, II. An account of the genus Colura, with a description of C. vitiense sp. nov. Polish Bot. J. 52: 81—92, illus. --- 6 spp, several Malesian; key.

 

Pressel, S. & J.G. Ducket. 2009. Studies of protonemal morphogenesis in mosses. XII. Ephemeropsis, the zenith of morphological differentiation. J. Bryol. 31: 67—75, illus.

 

Quandt, D., S. Huttunen, R. Tangney & M. Stech. 2009. Back to the future?  Molecules take us back to the 1925 classification of the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida). Syst. Bot. 34: 443—454, illus. --- New circumscription returns some genera to the family; one new.

 

Savitha, A., M.C. Nair, K.P. Rajesh & M.P. Ramani. 2007. Mastigolejeunea auriculata (Wilson & Hook.) Schiffn. (Lejeuneaceae: Marchantiopsida) – a new record for Peninsular India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 31: 423—425, illus. --- Synonymy, description, notes.

 

Schäfer-Verwimp, A. 2007. Ganguleea angulosa (Broth. & Dixon) R.H. Zander. J. Bryol. 29: 278. --- New for Malesia (Bali).

 

Schäfer-Verwimp, A. 2009. New national and regional bryophyte records. 22. J. Bryol. 31: 205. --- Scapania javanica: N Sumatra, Pahang.

Shi, R.-P. & R.-L. Zhu. 2008. Notes on the taxonomy and distribution of Telaranea semperiana (Steph.) Del Ros.  and Telaranea octoloba Del Ros. (Lepidoziaceae, Marchantiophyta. Cryptog. Bryol. 29: 127—134, illus.

 

Stech, M. & W. Fredy. 2008. A morpho-molecular classification of the mosses (Bryophyta). Nova Hedwigia 86: 1—21, illus. --- New synopsis of suprageneric classification proposed.

 

Suzuki, T. & Z. Iwatsuki. 2007. A new approach to the infrageneric classification of the genus Fissidens (Fissidentaceae, Bryopsida). Hikobia 15: 67—85, illus. --- Based on morphology, cytotaxonomy; 6 subgen, 4 sect; keys.

 

Townsend, C. 2008. The genus Ctenidiadelphus M. Fleisch. (Hypnaceae) new to Sri Lanka, with typification of two specific names and reduction to synonymy. J. Bryol. 30: 223—237.Buck, W.R. & B.C. Tan. 2008. A review of Elmeriobryum (Hypnaceae). Telopea 12: 251—256. --- 3 spp, 1 new comb; key; synonymy, descriptions, notes.

 

Váňa, J. & A. Schäfer-Verwimp. 2007. Jungermannia borneensis Amakawa. J. Bryol. 29: 278. --- Sumatra, G. Sibayak, second collection of the species.

 

Vaz-Imbassay, F. de F. & D.P. da Costa. 2009. New combinations and new synonyms in Ptilotrichaceae (Bryophyta)  II. Nova Hedw. 88: 465—474. --- E.g. in Malesian Lepidopilidium, Thamniopsis.

 

Vaz-Imbassay, F. de F. & D.P. da Costa. 2009. New combinations and new synonyms in Ptilotrichaceae (Bryophyta)  II. Nova Hedw. 88: 465—474. --- E.g. in Malesian Lepidopilidium, Thamniopsis.

 

Zander, R.H. 2008. Evolutionary inferences from non-monophyly on molecular trees. Taxon 57: 1182—1188, illus. --- Pottiaceae as an example.

Zander, R.H. 2008. Statistical evaluation of the clade “Rhabdoweisiaceae”. Bryologist 111: 292—301, illus. --- Molecular recognisable, no morphological support.

 

Zheng, M. & R.-L. Zhu. 2008. Karyological studies on some liverworts from China and Singapore. Fieldiana, Bot. n.s. 47: 81--87, illus.