Morphological variability and new records of Pohlia bolanderi (Lesq.) Broth. (Mielichhoferiaceae, Bryophyta) in the Iberian Peninsula
The discovery of new localities from the north and centre of the Iberian Peninsula of Pohlia bolanderi (Lesq.) Broth., until now know in Europe only from Sierra Nevada (south Spain), shows that this species is represented in Europe by its two varieties: var. bolanderi and var. seriata A.J.Shaw. Remarkable morphological and ecological differences between both varieties and their affinities with other species of Iberian Pohlia species are described.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2007
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