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Brotherus, V.F. in Engler, H.G.A. & Prantl, K.A.E. (ed.) (1907), Bryales, in part. Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 1, 3 : 865-1008 (Book) Brotherus, V.F. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Camptochaete leichhardtii (Hampe) Broth.
  2. Camptochaete vaga (Müll.Hal.) Broth.
  3. Cyclodictyon karstenianum (Broth. & Geh.) Broth.
  4. Distichophyllum levieri (Geh.) Broth.
  5. Fabronia leptura (Taylor) Broth.
  6. Haplohymenium pseudotriste (Müll.Hal.) Broth.
  7. Helicophyllum australe Hampe
  8. Hookeria karsteniana Broth. & Geh.
  9. Hookeria utacamundiana Mont.
  10. Hookeriopsis utacamundiana (Mont.) Broth.
  11. Hypnum leichhardtii Hampe
  12. Hypnum lepturum Taylor
  13. Hypnum pseudotriste Müll.Hal.
  14. Hypnum vagum Hornsch. ex Müll.Hal.
  15. Leptohymenium papuanum Broth.
  16. Leskea imbricata Hook.f. & Wilson
  17. Powellia australis (Hampe) Broth.
  18. Pseudoleskea imbricata (Hook.f. & Wilson) Broth.
  19. Pseudoleskeopsis Broth.
  20. Pterygophyllum bryoides Broth.
  21. Pterygophyllum cyclophyllum Broth.
  22. Pterygophyllum flaccidissimum Broth.
  23. Pterygophyllum levieri Geh.
  24. Trachyphyllum papuanum (Broth.) Broth.

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