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1 October 2006 CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD A BRYOFLORA OF NEVADA: BRYOPHYTES NEW FOR THE SILVER STATE, PART II
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Two hornworts, five liverworts, and 24 mosses are reported new for the state of Nevada. The phylum Anthocerotophyta as represented by the families Anthocerotaceae and Notothyladaceae, the liverwort families Antheliaceae, Cleveaceae, Fossombroniaceae, and Pseudolepicoleaceae, and the moss family Bruchiaceae are all new for the state. Genera new for Nevada include: Anthelia, Anthoceros, Athalamia, Blepharostoma, Bruchia, Codriophorus, Conostomum, Ditrichum, Fossombronia, Gemmabryum, Phaeoceros, Ptychostomum, and Rosulabryum. A new treatment of the widespread Bryum caespiticium Hedwig is adopted for North America, with the segregates Bryum badium (Bridel) W. P. Schimper and Bryum kunzei Hornschuch reported for the first time for North America.
John R. Spence, Lloyd R. Stark and James R. Shevock "CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD A BRYOFLORA OF NEVADA: BRYOPHYTES NEW FOR THE SILVER STATE, PART II," Madroño 53(4), (1 October 2006). https://doi.org/10.3120/0024-9637(2006)53[400:CTABON]2.0.CO;2
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