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Streimann, H. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (2012), 11. Hookeriaceae: Distichophyllum. Australian Mosses Online <> (Paper) Streimann, H. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Distichophyllum Dozy & Molk.
  2. Distichophyllum baileyanum Müll.Hal.
  3. Distichophyllum crispulum (Hook.f. & Wilson) Mitt.
  4. Distichophyllum cuspidatum (Dozy & Molk.) Dozy & Molk.
  5. Distichophyllum fissidentoides Müll.Hal.
  6. Distichophyllum microcarpum (Hedw.) Mitt.
  7. Distichophyllum minutifolium Müll.Hal.
  8. Distichophyllum mittenii Bosch & Sande Lac.
  9. Distichophyllum obliquomucronatum Müll.Hal.
  10. Distichophyllum pulchellum (Hampe) Mitt.
  11. Distichophyllum rotundifolium (Hook.f. & Wilson) Müll.Hal. & Broth.
  12. Distichophyllum squarrosulum Müll.Hal.
  13. Distichophyllum subflexuosum Broth. ex Burges
  14. Distichophyllum whiteleggeanum Müll.Hal.
  15. Hookeria amblyophylla Hook.f. & Wilson
  16. Hookeria complanata Hampe
  17. Hookeria sinuosa Hook.f. & Wilson
  18. Hookeria subrotunda Hampe
  19. Mniadelphus baileyi Müll.Hal. ex Kindb.
  20. Mniadelphus beccarii Müll.Hal. ex Hampe & Geh.
  21. Mniadelphus subminutifolius Broth. & Geh.
  22. Mniadelphus subsinuosus Müll.Hal.
  23. Pterygophyllum levieri Geh.

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