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Hampe, G.E.L. (1876), Musci novi Musei Melbournei. Continuatio. Linnaea: ein Journal für die Botanik in ihrem ganzen Umfange, oder Beiträge zur Pflanzenkunde 40 (Paper) Hampe, G.E.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Argyrobryum (Müll.Hal.) Kindb.
  2. Argyrobryum subrotundum Hampe
  3. Barbula crispata Hampe
  4. Bartramia commutata Hampe
  5. Bartramia pallida Hampe
  6. Bartramia slateri Hampe
  7. Bescherellia brevifolia Hampe
  8. Breutelia commutata A.Jaeger
  9. Bryum subrotundifolium A.Jaeger
  10. Calymperes kennedianum Hampe
  11. Catharinea australasica Hampe
  12. Codonoblepharon subfasciculatum Hampe
  13. Cyrto-hypnum nanodelicatulum Hampe
  14. Cyrto-hypnum plumulosiforme Hampe
  15. Drepano-hypnum walterianum Hampe
  16. Endotrichum muelleri Hampe
  17. Eupolytrichum Hampe
  18. Funaria papillata Hampe
  19. Glyphocarpa erecta Hampe
  20. Hookeria complanata Hampe
  21. Hookeria subrotunda Hampe
  22. Hypnum hillianum Hampe
  23. Hypnum slateri Hampe
  24. Leptorrhyncho-hypnum Hampe
  25. Leptorrhyncho-hypnum glaucoviride Hampe
  26. Leucobryum subchlorophyllosum Hampe
  27. Macromitrium geheebii Müll.Hal. ex Hampe
  28. Macromitrium johnsonii Hampe
  29. Neckera eavesiana Hampe
  30. Neckera reginae Hampe
  31. Orthotrichum laterale Hampe
  32. Polytrichum gulliveri Hampe
  33. Polytrichum sullivanii Hampe
  34. Racopilum purpurascens Hampe
  35. Rhizogonium aristatum Hampe
  36. Rhizogonium gracillimum Hampe
  37. Rhizogonium taxiforme Hampe
  38. Rhodobryum breviramulosum Hampe
  39. Rhodobryum crispatum Hampe
  40. Rhodobryum olivaceum Hampe
  41. Rhodobryum subfasciculatum Hampe
  42. Sphagnum subbicolor Hampe
  43. Sphagnum subcontortum Hampe
  44. Tetraplodon tasmanicus Hampe

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