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Vol. 15(1) -  2010

J.F. Veldkamp, Editor --- veldkamp@nhn.leidenuniv.nl

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Bryophytes

 

Akiyama, H. 2009. A revised list of bryophytes reported from Seram (Ceram) and Ambon Islands, the Moluccas, based on collections made on the 1984—1986 Japan-Indonesia collaborative expeditions. Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 60: 97—126, illus.

 

Ariyanti, N.S., S.R. Gradstein, S.G. Sporn, R. Angelika & B.C. Tan. 2009. Catalogue of the bryophytes of Sulawesi. Supplement 1: new species records. Blumea 54: 287—289. --- 177 taxa, 1 new comb.

 

Câmara, P.E.A.S. 2010. New combinations and one new name for the moss genus Taxithelium (Pylaisiadelphaceae). Novon 20: 139—142. --- Misleading title: 8 new combinations in Camptochaete, Chaetomitrium, Phyllodon, Sematophyllum, Trichosteleum.

 

Frahm, J.-P., R. Pollawatn & S. Chantanaorrapint. 2009. New records to the bryoflora of Thailand. Trop. Bryol. 30: 17—18. –- Some spp also Malesian.

 

Goffinet, B., W.R. Buck & A.J. Shaw. 2009. Addenda to the classification of mosses. I.  Andreaeophytina stat. nov. and Andreaeobryophytina stat. nov. Bryologist 112: 856—857.

 

Haerida, I., S.R. Gradstein & S.S. Tjitrosoedirdjo. 2010. Lejeuneaceae subfamily Ptychanthoideae (Hepaticae) in West Java. Gard. Bull. Singapore 62: 53—103, illus. --- 8 gen, 26 spp; key; synonymy, descriptions, notes.

 

He, S., J.R. Shevock & P.L. Redfearn Jr. 2009. Dixonia orientalis and Trismegista korthalsii new to mainland China, Taiwan and Hainan islands. Trop. Bryol. 30: 72—76, illus. --- Key to Trismegista and similar SE Asian spp.

 

Higuchi, M., T. Arikawa & M. Suleiman. 2008. Mosses of Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo, Malaysia. Mem. Nat. Mus. Nature & Sci. 45: 93—104, illus. --- Enumeration of 97 spp.

 

Huttunen, S. & M.S. Ignatov. 2010. Evolution and taxonomy of aquatic species in the genus Rhynchostegium (Brachytheciaceae, Bryophyta). Taxon 59: 791—808, illus. --- Includes most species of  Platyhypnidium and some other genera; to be conserved against Eriodon; aquatic species to four geographically correlated groups; 1 new genus; 2 new spp; 4 new comb.

 

Ignatov, M.S. & S. Huttunen. 2010. Proposal to conserve the name Rhynchostegium against Eriodon (Bryophyta: Brachytheciaceae). Taxon 59: 973.

 

Linis, V.C. 2009. Biogeography of Mindoro mosses. Blumea 54: 290—296, illus. --- Philippines.

 

Ludwiczuk, A. & Y. Asakawa. 2010. Chemosystematics of selected liverworts in Borneo. Trop. Bryol. 31: 33—42, illus. --- 15 spp each with special mixture of compounds.

 

Majestyk, P. 2009. A taxonomic revision of Erythrodontium (Entodontaceae). Bryologist 112: 804—822, illus. --- 7 spp, 2 Malesian; key; synonymy, descriptions, notes; specimens under taxa.

 

Müller, F. & R.A. Pursell. 2009. New bryophyte taxa records for tropical countries 8. Trop. Bryol. 30: 43—44. --- E.g. Brunei.

 

Nathi, Y, B.C. Tan & T. Seelanan. 2010. Ten new records of mosses from Doi Inthanon National Park in Thailand. Gard. Bull. Singapore 61: 389—400, illus. --- Some Malesian.

 

Olsson, S., et 5 al. Evolution of the Neckeraceae (Bryophyta): resolving the backbone phylogeny. Syst. & Biodiv. 7:  419—432, illus. --- 3 main clades; Thamnobryaceae not distinct; several genera polyphyletic.

 

Pei, L.-Y. & Y.-F. Wang. 2009. The identities of Meteorium undulifolium and M. balansaeanum (Meteoriaceae, Bryopsida). J. Bryol. 31: 279—282, illus. --- Map of Aerobryidium and Pseudotrachypus.

 

Pócs, T. & A. Bernecker. 2009. Overview of Aphanolejeunea (Jungermanniopsida) after 25 years. Polish Bot. J. 54: 1—11. --- Reduced to Cololejeunea; new comb; continental distributions.

 

Preußing, M. et 6 al. 2010. New insights in the evolution of the liverwort family Aneuraceae (Metzgeriales, Marchanthophyta), with emphasis on the genus Lobatiriccardia. Taxon 59: 1424—1440, illus. --- New in the New World; Verdoornia sister of Aneura, Lobatiriccardia; key to 8 taxa of Lobatiriccardia, 1 Malesian; synonymy, diagnoses, notes.

 

Rajesh, K.P. 2010. Three new bryophyte records for Andaman islands, India. Taiwania 55: 172—176, illus. --- Hageniella, Pelekium, Wijkia.

 

Shaw, J.A. et 11 al. 2010. Newly resolved relationships in an early land plant lineage: Bryophyta class Sphagnopsida (peat mosses). Amer. J. Bot. 97: 1511—1531, illus. --- 3 families (2 new), 4 genera (3 new); no keys.

 

Van Zanten, B. 2008. A synoptic review of the Racopilaceae (Bryophytes, Musci) II. The genera Powellia Mitt., Powelliopsis Zanten gen. nov. and Timokoponenia Zanten gen. nov. Lindbergia 33: 58—66. --- Keys; synonymy, descriptions, notes; 5 new comb; 1 new var.

 

Vána, J., L. Söderström, A. Hagborg & M. von Konrat. 2010. Nomenclatural novelties and lectotypifications in Gymnomitriaceae. Novon 20: 225—227. --- Incl. 1 for Malesia.

 

Vanderpoorten, A., A. Schäfer-Verwimp, J. Heinrichs, N. Devos & D.G. Long. 2010. The taxonomy of the leafy liverwort genus Leptoscyphus (Lophocoleaceae) revisited. Taxon 59: 176—186, illus. --- Current 3 subgen supported, 2 new ones proposed.

 

Verma, P.K. & S.C. Srivastava. 2008. Plagiochila junghuhniana Sande Lac. – a new record to Indian mainland (Nilgiri Hills, Western Ghats). J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Sic. 105: 236—238, illus.

 

Wang, G., Y. Lia, Y. Liu & Z. Chen. 2010. The systematic position of Meteoriella S. Okamura (Musci) based on molecular and morphological data. Taxon 59: 93—100, illus. --- In Hylocomiaceae, closest to Loeskeobryum.

 

Wynns, J.T., J.N. Keith, Z.E. Murrell, K.D. McFarland & W.R. Buck. 2009. Studies on aquatic Oxyrrhynchium (Brachytheciaceae), with an emphasis on O. pringlei n. comb. Bryologist 112: 786—803, illus. --- Platyhypnidium compared.

 

Yao, T.L., S. Kamarudin, M.Y. Chew & R. Kiew. 2009. Sphagnum bogs of Kelantan, Peninsular Malaysia. Blumea 54: 139—141, illus.

 

Zhao, L.-J., Y. Jia, S.-L. Zhou & G.-S. Du. 2010. The preliminary study on DNA barcoding of Mosses – a case of part of genera of Meteoriaceae. Acta Bot. Yunn. 32: 239—249, illus. (In Chinese, Engl. summ.). --- Comparison of primers and loci; ITS2 most promising.