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Vol. 15(1) - 2010

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

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PTERIDOPHYTES

Brummitt, R.K. 2010. Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Vascular Plants: 61. Taxon 59: 12711277. --- Conservation of Microsorium not recommended.

 

Ebihara A. 2008. Hymenophyllaceae collected in the Mt. Kinabalu area in 2000 and 2007. Mem. Nat. Mus. Nature & Sci. 45: 15110, illus. --- Enumeration of 24 spp.

 

Kato, M. 2007. Distribution of Osmundaceae. Bull. Nat. Mus. Nat. Sci. B, 33: 8190, illus.

 

Lehtonen, S., H. Tuomistu, G. Rouhan & M.J.M. Christenhusz. 2010. Phylogenetics and classification of the pantropical fern family Lindsaeaceae. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 163: 305--359, illus. --- 6 genera, 2 new; 9 new comb.

 

Li, W. et 5 al. 2010. A molecular phylogeny and a revised classification of tribe Lepisoreae (Polypodiaceae) based on an analysis of four plastid DNA regions. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 162: 2838, illus. --- 14 new comb; key to 6 genera.

 

Lindsay, S. 2010. New combinations in Haplopteris (Adianthaceae) for the Flora of Peninsular Malaysia. Gard. Bull. Singapore 62: 119120. --- 2 from Vittaria.

 

Lindsay, S. & D.J. Middleton. 2009. Leucanopteris pumila Blume (Polypodiaceae), a new record for Thailand. Thai For. Bull., Bot. 37: 5963, illus. --- Key to 3 Thai spp; synonymy, description, notes.

 

Lindsay, S., D.J. Middleton, T. Boonkerd & S. Suddee. 2009. Towards a stable nomenclature for Thai ferns. Thai For. Bull., Bot. 37: 64106. --- Checklist of Thai genera and spp; 1 new comb.

 

Maideen, H., R.I. Milne & M. Gibby. 2009. Davalliaceae in Peninsular Malaysia, a preliminary study. Blumea 54: 203206, illus. --- Genera paraphyletic; 17 taxa.

 

Moran, R.C., P.H. Labiak & M. Sundue. 2010. Phylogeny and character evolution of the bolbitidoid ferns (Dryopteridaceae). Intern. J. Pl. Sci. 171: 547559, illus. --- Bolbitis polyphyletic.

 

Pangtey, Y.P.S. 2008. Enumeration of species of the genus Cornopteris Nakai (Athyriaceae: Pteridophyta) in India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Sic. 105: 234236. --- 4 spp, 2 Malesian; synonymy.

 

Parris, B.S. 2009. New genera of Malesian Grammitidaceae (Monilophyta). Blumea 54: 217219. --- No novelties, already published elsewhere.

 

Parris, B.S. 2010. New combinations in Oreogrammitis, Prosaptia, Radiogrammitis, Themelium and Tomophyllum (Grammitidaceae: Polypodiopsida: Monilophyta) from Malesia and the Pacific islands. Kew Bull. 65: 123125.

 

Parris, B.S., R. Kiew, R.C.K. Chung, L.G. Saw & E. Soepadmo. 2010. Ferns and Lycophytes. Fl. Penins. Malays. I, 1: ix, 249 pp. FRIM, Kepong. ISBN 978-967-5221-24-8. --- Conspectus; key to families; treatments of Selaginellaceae (K.M. Wong), Psilotaceae and Equisetaceae (R. Kiew), Osmundaceae and Loxogrammaceae (R. Jaman), Matoniaceae (R. Jaman & Y. Umi Kalsom), Cibotiaceae (A.T. Nor-Ezzawanis), Grammitidaceae (B.S. Parris); glossary; indices to abbreviations, scientific, vernacular names.

 

Potes, A. 2010. Comparative anatomy of the nectaries of Aglaomorpha and Drynaria (Polypodiaceae). Amer. Fern. J. 100: 8092, illus. --- Vascularised modifications of blade tissue.

 

Rusea, G., et 5 al. 2009. Ecology and distribution of Lycopodiaceae Mirbel in Malaysia. Blumea 54: 269271, illus.

 

Sun, B.-Y., T.G. Baek, Y.-D. Kim & C.S. Kim. 2009. Phylogeny of the family Ophioglossaceae with special emphasis on genus Mankyua. Korean J. Pl. Taxon. 39: 135--142, illus. (In Korean, Engl. summ.). --- Two major lineages; botrichioid composed of Botrychium, Helminthostachys, Mankyua; Botrychium with 3 subgen; ophioglossoids monophyletic.

 

Takeuchi, W. & D. Arifiani. 2010. A synopsis of new plant distributional records from the Foja mountains of Papua Province, Indonesia. Harvard Pap. Bot. 15: 4150, illus. --- Reduction of Pneumatopteris subappendiculata.

 

Wang, F.-G., D.-M. Liu & F.-W. Xing. 2010. Two new species of Hypodematium (Hypodematiaceae) from limestone areas in Guangdong, China. Bot. Stud. 51: 99--106, illus. --- Key to the 5 Guangdong spp.