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Streimann, H. (1999), Taxonomic studies on Australian Hookeriaceae (Musci) 2. The genera Distichophyllum and Bryobrothera. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 86 (Paper) Streimann, H. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Bryobrothera crenulata (Broth. & Paris) Thér.
  2. Distichophyllum baileyanum Müll.Hal.
  3. Distichophyllum crispulum (Hook.f. & Wilson) Mitt.
  4. Distichophyllum cuspidatum (Dozy & Molk.) Dozy & Molk.
  5. Distichophyllum longicuspis Broth.
  6. Distichophyllum microcarpum (Hedw.) Mitt.
  7. Distichophyllum minutifolium Müll.Hal.
  8. Distichophyllum mittenii Bosch & Sande Lac.
  9. Distichophyllum pulchellum (Hampe) Mitt.
  10. Distichophyllum rotundifolium (Hook.f. & Wilson) Müll.Hal. & Broth.
  11. Distichophyllum subflexuosum Broth. ex Burges
  12. Distichophyllum subsinuosum M.Fleisch.
  13. Distichophyllum whiteleggeanum Müll.Hal.
  14. Hookeria complanata Hampe
  15. Hookeria subrotunda Hampe
  16. Mniadelphus baileyi Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  17. Mniadelphus beccarii Müll.Hal. ex Hampe & Geh.
  18. Mniadelphus subflexuosus Broth. & Geh.
  19. Mniadelphus subminutifolius Broth. & Geh.
  20. Mniadelphus subsinuosus Müll.Hal.
  21. Pterygophyllum levieri Geh.
  22. Trichostomum brachydontium Bruch

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