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Vol 2, No 1: (1990) Campylopus, a modern and successful genus !? Abstract
Jan-Peter Frahm
 
Vol 5, No 1: (1992) A Guide to Fieldstations in the Tropics III. Colombia Abstract
Jan-Peter Frahm
 
Vol 7, No 1: (1993) Mosses from the Mascarenes - 4. Abstract
Gillis Een
 
Vol 9, No 1: (1994) Ramalina subfraxinea Nyl. var. confirmata (Nyl.) N. Stevens (Ascomicete liquenizado, Ramalinaceae) en America Abstract
Antonio Morales Méndez y Vicente Marcano
 
Vol 10, No 1: (1995) Las Lejeuneaceae (Hepaticae) de Misiones, Argentina IV. Aphanolejeunea Abstract
M. Elena Reiner-Drehwald
 
Vol 12, No 1: (1996)

Studies on Hong Kong Cheilolejeunea with two species new to China.

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M. L. So, R. L. Zhu
 
Vol 14, No 1: (1998) Trachyphyllum carinatum Dix. new to China Abstract
Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.
 
Vol 17, No 1: (1999)

Bryophytes from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (West Central Africa).VI. Cololejeunea iradieri sp. nov., Cololejeunea magna stat. nov. and their relations to similar species

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Marta Infante, Patxi Heras
 
Vol 19, No 1: (2000)

Caudalejeunea yangambiensis (Vanden Berghen) E.W.Jones (Lejeuneaceae) with mature perianths from Ghana

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M. J. Wigginton
 
Vol 21, No 1: (2002) Mosses of Mt. Trus Madi, Sabah, Malaysia Abstract
M. Suleiman, S. R. Edwards
 
Vol 25, No 1: (2004) A revised checklist of Hawaiian mosses Abstract
G. W. Staples, C. T. Imada, W. J. Hoe, C. W. Smith
 
Vol 37, No 1: 29 July 2015

Additional new and noteworthy moss (Bryophyta) records from Vietnam and Laos

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Boon-Chuan Ho, THIEN-TAM LUONG, BENITO C. TAN, NHAT-LAM DINH
 
Vol 1, No 1: (1989)

A preliminary treatment of the genus Campylopus (Musci: Dicranaceae) in Central America

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Bruce H. Allen
 
Vol 3, No 1: (1990)

A Key to the New World species of holostipous Lejeuneaceae

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S. Rob Gradstein
 
Vol 6, No 1: (1992)

Estado actual y perspectivas futuras del estudio de los musgos cubanos

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Angel Motito, María Elena Potrony y Deisi, Reyes Montoya
 
Vol 8, No 1: (1993)

Taxonomic Results of the BRYOTROP Expedition to Zaire and Rwanda 21. Mniaceae

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T. Koponen
 
Vol 9, No 1: (1994)

New and noteworthy records and new synonyms in pottiaceous mosses, mostly from SE Asia

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Philip Sollman
 
Vol 11, No 1: (1995)

Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der BRYOTROP-Expedition nach Zaire und Rwanda 5. Höhengliederung epiphytischer Moose im östlichen Kongobecken und den angrenzenden Gebirgsstöcken (Parc National de Kahuzi-Biega/Zaire, Forêt de Nyungwe/Rwanda).

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Harald Kürschner
 
Vol 13, No 1: (1997)

Niche Diversification of Sphagnum in Bolivia

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Cyrus B. McQueen
 
Vol 16, No 1: (1999)

Bryophytes of Uganda. 1. BBS Tropical Bryology Group expeditions, 1996-1998. Introduction and collecting sites.

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M. J. Wigginton, R. D. Porley, N. G. Hodgetts
 
Vol 18, No 1: (2000)

A taxonomic revision of Pseudosymblepharis Broth. (Musci: Pottiaceae) in Asia

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Philip Sollman
 
Vol 20, No 1: (2001)

The identity of Calymperes campylopodioides Müll.Hal. ex Besch.

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Len Ellis
 
Vol 22, No 1: (2002)

Pottia apiculata Müll. Hal. ex Renauld (Barbula kiaerii Broth., nom. nud.) is identical with Barbula indica (Hook.) Spreng.

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Philip Sollman
 
Vol 26, No 1: (2005) A brief history of the bryological exploration of the Azores Abstract
Jan-Peter Frahm
 
Vol 2, No 1: (1990) Tropical component of the Moss Flora of China Abstract
Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.
 
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