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Kindberg, N.C. (1891), Enumeratio Bryinearum Exoticarum, Supplementum Secundum (Book) Kindberg, N.C. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Anisothecium pycnoglossum Broth.
  2. Barbula baileyi (Broth.) Kindb.
  3. Barbula wildii Broth.
  4. Bartramia pygmaea Kindb.
  5. Callicostella baileyi (Broth.) Kindb.
  6. Camptochaete brisbanica Müll.Hal.
  7. Dicranella pycnoglossa (Broth.) Kindb.
  8. Distichophyllum baileyanum Müll.Hal.
  9. Fabronia brachydontia Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  10. Hookeria baileyi Broth.
  11. Hypnum leichhardtii Hampe
  12. Hypnum nanopennatum Broth.
  13. Hypnum schlosseri Sendtn.
  14. Isothecium pumilum Hook.f. & Wilson
  15. Meteorium compressum Mitt.
  16. Mniadelphus baileyi Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  17. Papillaria compressa (Mitt.) Kindb.
  18. Plagiobryum wildii Broth.
  19. Rhaphidostegium acicula Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  20. Rhaphidostegium aciculum Broth. ex Dixon
  21. Rhynchostegium nanopennatum (Broth.) Kindb.
  22. Rigodium schlosseri (Sendtn.) Kindb.
  23. Thamniella brisbanica Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  24. Thamniella leichhardtii (Hampe) Kindb.
  25. Thamnium pumilum (Hook.f. & Wilson) Kindb.
  26. Trichostomum wildii (Broth.) Kindb.
  27. Zieria wildii (Broth.) Kindb.

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