Issue Title
Vol 37, No 1: 29 July 2015

The Moss family Erpodiaceae in Yunnan Province, China

Abstract  PDF/A (6.20 MB)
Vol 31, No 1: (2010)

Notes on Philonotis (Bartramiaceae, Musci). 7. Key to Chinese Philonotis and Fleischerobryum

Timo Koponen
Vol 31, No 1: (2010) Further taxonomic rearrangements in the Brachytheciaceae (Bryophyta): Frahmiella, a new genus segregated from Rhynchostegiella Abstract
Michael S. Ignatov, Delphine A. Aigoin, Sanna Huttunen, Irina A. Milyutina, Alain Vanderpoorten, Wang You fang
Vol 21, No 1: (2002)

Studies on type material of Bryoerythrophyllum yichunense C.H. Gao (Musci, Pottiaceae) from China

Philip Sollman
Vol 18, No 1: (2000) Current Chinese Bryological Literature ( IV) Abstract
Tong Cao, Yuanming Zhang, Jin Yu
Vol 19, No 1: (2000)

Epiphyllous liverworts on rosette leaves of Ardisia species (Myrsinaceae) in China

Paul P.P.H. But, Pan-cheng Wu, Mei-zhi Wang
Vol 17, No 1: (1999)

Macromitrium incrustatifolium Robins. new to China

Li Zhang, Lawrence Chau
Vol 15, No 1: (1998) Three new synonyms of Pohlia (Bryaceae) from China Abstract
Xing-Jiang Li, Da-Cheng Zhang
Vol 10, No 1: (1995) New Combinations For the Moss Flora of China Abstract
P. L. Redfearn, Jr., B. C. Tan
Vol 10, No 1: (1995)

Three new and remarkable species of mosses from China and the Philippines

Benito C. Tan, Pang-juan Lin
Vol 9, No 1: (1994)

Preliminary list of bryophytes of Heishiding Nature Reserve, Guangdong Province, China

Zhi-Hua Li, Piippo Sinikka
Vol 2, No 1: (1990) Tropical component of the Moss Flora of China Abstract
Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.
Vol 2, No 1: (1990) A synopsis of Chinese epiphyllous liverworts Abstract
Jian-Sin Luo
Vol 2, No 1: (1990) Distribution of Bryophytes in China Abstract
Hu Renliang
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