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Bryophyte Flora of North America

SUMMARY OF THE TREATMENTS

This is a short list of the taxonomic treatments on this Web site.

Inasmuch as all these treatments have been peer-reviewed, they may be considered publications at a level of scientific acceptability equivalent to those published in hardcopy scientific journals.

 

MUSCI (MOSSES)

FNA Volume 27: Published. For online version, see eFloras, also reprints. Also see http://www.musgosdechile.cl/glime_usos_espanol_2ed.pdf for a Spanish translation by Juan Larrain of the Economic Uses chapter.


FNA Volume 28: Treatments are being composed for publication. The provisionally published versions are presently not quite the same as the published versions, and have been taken offline. When the hardcopy of the second volume appears, a version will be given online.


HEPATICAE (LIVERWORTS)

FNA Volume 29

Arnelliaceae (Arnellia)

Aytoniaceae (Asterella, Reboulia)

Cephaloziaceae (Cladopodiella, Schofieldia)

Chonecoleaceae (Chonecolea)

Gymnomitriaceae (Prasanthus)

Haplomitriaceae (Haplomitrium)

Herbertaceae (Herbertus)

Jungermanniaceae (Cryptocolea, Gymnocolea, Jamesoniella, Jungermannia, Leiocolea, Liochlaena,  Lophozia,  Mylia, Nardia, Plectocolea,  Schistochilopsis, Solenostoma, Tritomaria)

Lejeuneaceae (Ceratolejeunea)

Mastigophoraceae (Mastigophora)

Metzgeriaceae (Apometzgeria,  Metzgeria)

Pallaviciniaceae (Moerckia,  Pallavicinia)

Porellaceae (Ascidiota, Porella)

Pseudolepicoleaceae (Pseudolepicolea)

Ptilidiaceae (Ptilidium)

Riellaceae (Riella)

Scapaniaceae (Diplophyllum, Douinia)

Sphaerocarpaceae (Sphaerocarpus)



 

 

 

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