LITERATURE OF THE MOSSES OF THE INTERIOR HIGHLANDS OF

NORTH AMERICA AND ADJACENT REGIONS

 

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Crum. H. A. 1956. Lindbergia brachyptera  in North America. Bryologist 59: 203-212.

 

Crum, H. 1980. A guide to the identification of Mexican Sphagna. Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 14: 25–52.

 

Crum, H. A. & L. E. Anderson. 1958. Taxonomic studies on North American mosses. VII. Leaf variation  in Trichostomum cylindricum (Bruch.) C.M. Jour. Elisha Mitchell Soc. 74: 32-34.

 

Crum, H. A. & L. E. Anderson. 1981. Mosses of Eastern North America. Vols.1 & 2. Columbia Univ. Press. New York.

 

Crundwell, A. C. & E. Nyhlom. 1964. The European species of Bryum erythrocarpum complex. Trans. Brit. Bryol. Soc. 4: 597-637.

 

Crundwell, A. C. 1978. Bryum rubens in North America. Bryologist 81: 323-324.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1995a. Mosses from the state of  Missouri. Evansia 12: 68-73.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1995b. Mosses of Callaway County,  Missouri. Evansia 12: 98-102.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1996. Micromitrium megalosporum and Bryum pallescens new to the state of  Missouri and other new county records. Evansia 13: 93-102.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1997. Mosses from the Interior Highlands of North  America, states of Missouri and Oklahoma, Plagiomnium ellipiticum,  new to Oklahoma, and other   new county records. Evansia 14: 61-67.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1998. Bryophytes from states of Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and the Interior Highlands of North America, Fontinalis sphagnifolia, Fontinalis welchiana, and Weissia sharpii new to Oklahoma, and other new county records. Evansia 15: 21-29.

 

Darigo, C. E. 1999. Bryophyte records from Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Evansia 16: 61-67.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2000a. Campylium radicle (Musci: Amblystegiaceae) New to Missouri and Interior Highlands of North America. Evansia 17: 7-9.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2000b. Bryophytes from states of Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma: new county records. Evansia 17: 56-60.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2001a. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands of North America: Ephemerum serratum and Phaeoceros oreganus new to the Interior Highlands and Missouri, Grimmia longirostris new to Oklahoma, plus other county records. Evansia 18(2): 53-57.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2001b. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands off North America: Arkansas and Missouri new county records plus corrections. Evansia 18: 84-86.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2004a. Brachythecium campestre (Musci: Brachytheciaceae) new to Missouri. Evansia 21(3): 116.

 

Darigo, C. E. 2004b. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands of North America: New Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma county records and key for Schistidium in Missouri.  Evansia 21(4): 170-179.

 

Darigo, C. E. & N. Holmberg. 2006a. Hypnum plumaeforme (Musci: Hypnaceae) new to Missouri.  Evansia 23: 12.

 

Darigo, C. E. & N. Holmberg. 2006b. Ptychomitrium serratum (Musci:  Ptychomitriaceae) new to Missouri and the Interior Highlands of   North America. Evansia 23: 98-99.

 

Darigo, C. E. & N. Holmberg. 2007. Sphagnum fallax (Musci: Sphagnaceae) new to Missouri and the Interior Highlands. Evansia 24: 15-16.

 

Darigo, C. E. & N. Holmberg. 2010. Racomitrium aciculare (Musci: Grimmiaceae) new to Missouri and notes on Hypnym lindbergii var. americanum.  Evansia 27: 65-66.

 

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Goffinet, B. 2007. Pyramidula. In, Flora of  North America, North of  Mexico 27. Bryophyta, part 1: 199.

 

Griffin III, D. 2003. Philonotis Bridel, Bryophyte  Flora of North America, Provisional Publication. Missouri Botanical Garden. BFNA Website: http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/BFNA/bfnamenu.htm.

 

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Ireland, R. R. 1969. Taxonomic studies on the genus Atrichum in North America. Canadian Jour. Bot. 47: 353-368.

 

Ireland, R. R. 1982. Grimmia teretinervis (Musci: Grimmiaceae) in North America. Bryologist 85: 332-334.

 

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