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Index to Journal of Bryology, Volume 23 (2001)

Compiled by J.W. Bates

A bryophyte flora of South Wiltshire, see Stern, 23-221

A contribution to the moss flora of the Isthmic Desert, see Abou-Salama & El-Saadawi, Egypt, 23-146

A phytochemical and morphological study of the liverwort Plagiochila retrorsa Gottsche, new to Europe, see Rycroft, Heinrichs, Cole & Anton, 23-23

A re-evaluation of Bryum subelegans Kindb. in Britain, see Hodgetts, 23-177

A revision of Bryum bornholmense Wink. & R.Ruthe, see Crundwell & Whitehouse, 23-171

Abou-Salama UY and El-Saadawi WE, A contribution to the moss flora of the Isthmic Desert, Egypt, 23-146

Achrophyllum dentatum (Hook.f & Wils.) Vitt & Crosby (Hookeriaceae) naturalized in Britain, see Rumsey, 23-341

Adamson VJ, see Martin & Adamson, 23-319

Africa,

    Hepaticae in Malawi, 23-133

    Isopterygiopsis muelleriana in, 23-145

Alan Cyril Crundwell, B.Sc. (1923-2000), see Perry & Long, 23-267

Allelic frequency, 23-313

Allisoniaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Aloina aloides var. ambigua, 23-147

    bifrons, 23-147

Altitude, effect on Andeaea spp, 23-99

Amblystegiaceae, 23-205

An estimate of mature spore production in Anthoceros agrestis in Switzerland, see Bisang, 23-142

Andreaea spp, perichaetial and sporophyte production, 23-97

Anthoceros agrestis, mature spore production in Switzerland, 23-142

Antitrichia, in folk costumes, 23-265

Anton H, see Rycroft, Heinrichs, Cole & Anton, 23-23

Archidium acanthophyllum, in Nigerian savanna, 23-68

Arctic conditions, effect on growth-form, 23-283

Arnelliaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Arts T, The moss genus Leptobryum and the identity of Pohlia integra, 23-325

Asexual reproduction, in Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

Asia, little-known species of Plagiochila in, 23-123

Aspect, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Asterella bachmannii, 23-134

    wilmsii, 23-134

Aytoniaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Bakken S, see Hanslin, Bakken & Pedersen, 23-43

Bednarek-Ochyra H, see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

Bergamini A and Pauli D, Effects of increased nutrient supply on bryophytes in montane calcareous fens, 23-331

Biomass allocation to sexual and asexual reproduction in a leafy hepatic Lophozia silvicola Buch, see Laaka-Lindberg, 23-3

Biomass,

    in fertilized fens, 23-333

    of boreal forest mosses, 23-49

Bisang I, An estimate of mature spore production in Anthoceros agrestis in Switzerland, 23-142

Blockeel TL, Matcham HW, Ochyra R, Bednarek-Ochyra H, Schumacker R and Vanderpoorten A, New national and regional bryophyte records, 4, 23-149

Blom HH, see Casas, Blom & Ros, 23-301

Book reviews,

    Malcolm B and Malcolm N, Mosses and other Bryophytes - an Illustrated Glossary, see Rumsey, 23-71

    Paton JA, The Liverwort Flora of the British Isles, see Grolle, 23-71

    Perold SM, Flora of Southern Africa, Hepatophyta, Part 1, Marchantiopsida, see Long, 23-72

    Schuster RM, Austral Hepaticae, Part 1, see Seppelt, 23-71

Boreal forest mosses, effects of watering regime, relative humidity and density on growth, 23-43

Brachythecium populeum, effect of litter on, 23-64

Brazil, Sematophyllum subpinnatum in tropical lowland forest of, 23-17

Brian Sydney Brookes, M.B.E. (1936-2000), see Lawley, 23-345

British Bryological Society Expedition to Mulanje Mountain, Malawi. 14. Allisoniaceae, Arnelliaceae, Aytoniaceae, Geocalycaceae, Gymnomitriaceae, Pallaviciniaceae (Hepaticae), see Wigginton & Porley, 23-133

Brookes, Brian, obituary of, 23-345

Bryological Monograph, A bryophyte flora of South Wiltshire, 23-221

Bryum argenteum, 23-148

    bicolor, 23-148

    bornholmense, 23-171

    caespiticium, 23-148

    capillare, 23-148

    eatonii, in Nigerian savanna, 23-68

    flaccidum, 23-177

    gemmiferum, 23-149

    laevifilum, distinction from B. subelegans, 23-177

    pseudotriquetrum, reduced by nutrient additions, 23-334

    rubens, distinction from B. bornholmense, 23-172

    subelegans, 23-177

Calcareous fens, effects of nutrients, 23-331

Callaghan TV, see Ross, Callaghan, Sonesson & Sheffield, 23-283

Calycularia crispula, 23-133

Calyptra, of Tetrastichium species, 23-261

Canonical correspondence analysis (CCA), of epilithic bryophytes in Swedish forests, 23-60

Capsule maturation, 23-86

Cardotiae, Plagiochila Section, 23-123

Casas C, Blom HH and Ros RM, Schistidium occidentale from the Sierra Nevada (Spain), new to the European bryophyte flora, 23-301

Cavalcanti Pôrto K, see Mota de Oliveira & Cavalcanti Pôrto, 23-17

C-banding, in Plagiomnium affine, 23-9

Chalk grassland hepatics, 23-195

Character states, of European Amblystegiaceae, 23-205

Chlorophylls, 23-319

Chloroplast DNA, 23-306

Chromosomes, in Plagiomnium affine, 23-9

Clasmatocolea vermicularis, 23-134

Classification, of Amblystegiaceae, 23-207

Climatic factors, in reproductive phenology of Sematophyllum subpinnatum, 23-17

Clipping, effects on Hylocomium splendens, 23-92

Coats, dispersal of bryophytes on, 23-293

Cole WJ, see Rycroft, Heinrichs, Cole & Anton, 23-23

Conoscyphus trapezioides, 23-134

Conservation of chalk grassland hepatics, 23-202

Contents, 23-1, 23-81, 23-169, 23-281

Contiguae, Plagiochila Section, 23-125

Corpus Christi procession, 23-264

Corradini P, see Zouhair, Corradini, Hallet & Defontaine, 23-109

Council,

    for 2001, 23-2, 23-82, 23-170

    for 2002, 23-282

County flora, South Wiltshire (v.-c. 8), 23-221

Cover illustrations,

    Alan Crundwell (1923-2000), BBS meeting at Chudleigh Rocks near Exeter, October 1974, 23(3)

    Line drawings of the moss Leptobryum wilsonii by the late Theo Arts, 23(4)

    Scanning electron micrograph of elaters of the liverwort Plagiochila retrorsa, 23(1)

    The late Harold Whitehouse with stereo camera during a field meeting in Aberdeenshire in 1996, 23(2)

Crossidium squamiferum, 23-147

Crundwell AC

    and Whitehouse† HLK, A revision of Bryum bornholmense Wink. & R.Ruthe, 23-171

    cover illustration, 23(3)

    obituary of, 23-267

Dates of publication,

    22(4) 22 December 2000, 23(1) 8 April 2001, 23(2) 29 June 2001, 23(3) 23 October 2001

Deciduous forests, effect of tree species on epilithic bryophytes, 23-55

Decline of chalk grassland hepatics, 23-201

Defontaine A, see Zouhair, Corradini, Hallet & Defontaine, 23-109

Desert,

    moss flora of the Isthmic, 23-146

    spore liberation by mosses in the Mojave, 23-83

Desmatodon meridionalis, synonymized with Tortula marginata, 23-69

Dicranoweisia antarctica, protonemal morphology, 23-185

    cirrata, foliar and protonemal gemmae of, 23-181

    crispula, protonemal morphology, 23-185

    Dicranum majus, growth of, 23-43

    Didymodon aaronis, 23-147

    rigidulus, 23-147

    vinealis, 23-147

Dispersal of bryophyte stem fragments, 23-293

Distribution and ecology, of Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-28

Distribution maps,

    of Bryum bornholmense in the British Isles, 23-175

    of Leptobryum wilsonii in the world, 23-329

Disturbance experiment, 23-91

DNA, 23-306

Duckett JG, Goode JA and Matcham HW, Studies on protonemal morphogenesis in mosses. VIII. The gemmiferous protonema of Orthodontium and Dicranoweisia, 23-181

East Norfolk (VC 27), Plagiothecium cavifolium new to, 23-141

Effects of increased nutrient supply on bryophytes in montane calcareous fens, see Bergamini & Pauli, 23-331

Egunyomi A, see Oyesiku & Egunyomi, 23-67

Egypt, moss flora of the Isthmic Desert, 23-146

Elaters,

    of Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-27

    of Steereochila ecuadorica and Szweykowskia cucullifolia, 23-39

Ellis LT and Newton AE,

    Recent bryological literature, 100, 23-161, 102, 23-349

Ellis LT, Recent bryological literature, 99, 23-75

Ellis LT, see Newton & Ellis, 23-273

El-Saadawi WE, see Abou-Salama & El-Saadawi, 23-146

Entodontopsis nitens, 23-149

Entosthodon attenuatus, 23-147

Environmental relationships of perichaetial and sporophyte production in Andreaea spp in western Norway, see Heegaard, 23-97

Ephemerum spinulosum Bruch & Schimp. (Ephemeraceae) in Northern Ireland: a moss new to Europe, see Holyoak, 23-139

Epilithic bryophyte flora in deciduous forests of Sweden, 23-55

Epizoochorous dispersal of bryophyte stem fragments by roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa), see Heinken, Lees, Raudnitschka & Runge, 23-293

Eric Vernon Watson (1914-1999), see Longton, 23-73

Europe, Ephemerum spinuosum, new to, 23-139

Experimental moss colonies, 23-45

Fens, effects of nutrients on bryophytes, 23-331

Fertilizer plots, 23-332

Fissidens arnoldii, 23-147

Flora of South Wiltshire (v.-c. 8), 23-221

Flushing, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Forest bryophytes, dispersal by mammals, 23-294

Fragments, dispersal of stem, 23-293

Frahm J-P

    and Gallego MT, Syntrichia glabra, a new moss from Germany, 23-119

    see Quandt, Frahm & Frey, 23-305

Frey W, see Quandt, Frahm & Frey, 23-305

Frullania tamarisci, 23-195

Funaria pulchella, 23-148

Gallego MT, see Frahm & Gallego, 23-119

Gametangial phenophases, in Sematophyllum subpinnatum, 23-18

GC-MS, of extracts from Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-23

Geissler, Obituary of Patricia E., 23-153

Gemma production, in Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

Gemmae, protonemal and foliar, 23-181

Gene flow, 23-315

Genetic

    diversity, of Polytrichum populations, 23-109

    drift, 23-315

    variability in bryophytes: does mating system really matter?, see Stenøien & Såstad, 23-313

Genotypes, 23-313

Geocalycaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Germany, Syntrichia glabra a new moss from, 23-119

Gongylanthus ericetorum, 23-133

    scariosus, 23-133

Goode JA, see Duckett, Goode & Matcham, 23-181

Gradstein SR, see Heinrichs, Holz & Gradstein, 23-35

Granzow-de-la Cerda Í, see Sérgio & Granzow-de-la Cerda, 23-69

Grassland floristics, 23-198

Greenhouse aliens, 23-343

Grimmia orbicularis, spore liberation, 23-83

Grolle R,

    Review of Paton JA, The Liverwort Flora of the British Isles, 23-71

    see So & Grolle, 23-123

Growth morphology and genetic diversity of Polytrichum populations, see Zouhair, Corradini, Hallet & Defontaine, 23-109

Growth-form,

    importance in dispersal, 23-294

    of Hylocomium splendens, 23-283

Gymnomitriaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Gymnostomum viridulum, 23-147

Habitat,

    effect on character states of European Amblystegiaceae, 23-205

    of Bryum bornholmense, 23-175

Habitats, in South Wiltshire (v.-c. 8), 23-222

Hallet JN, see Zouhair, Corradini, Hallet & Defontaine, 23-109

Hanslin HM, Bakken S and Pedersen B, The impact of watering regime and ambient relative humidity on the effect of density on growth in two boreal forest mosses, Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus, 23-43

Hardy-Weinberg theorem, 23-313

Harold Leslie Keer Whitehouse M.A., Sc.D. (1917-2000), obituary, see Preston, 23-155

Hedenäs L,

    Observations on the calyptra in Tetrastichium fontanum (Mitt.) Cardot and T. virens (Cardot) S.P.Churchill, 23-261

    The identity of Isopterygium sericifolium Dixon, 23-145

    The importance of phylogeny and habitat factors in explaining gametophytic character states in European Amblystegiaceae, 23-205

Heegaard E, Environmental relationships of perichaetial and sporophyte production in Andreaea spp in western Norway, 23-97

Heinken T, Lees R, Raudnitschka D and Runge S, Epizoochorous dispersal of bryophyte stem fragments by roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa), 23-293

Heinrichs J,

Holz I and Gradstein SR, The sporophyte of Steeriochila (Plagiochilaceae), 23-35

    see Rycroft, Heinrichs, Cole & Anton, 23-23

Hepatic mat, 23-195

Hepaticae, in Malawi, 23-133

Herbertus sakuraii, 23-262

Heteroscyphus dubius, 23-134

Heterozygosity, 23-314

History, of recording in South Wiltshire, 23-224

Hodgetts NG,

    A re-evaluation of Bryum subelegans Kindb. in Britain, 23-177

   Typification of Herbertus sakuraii (Warnst.) Hatt., 23-262

Holyoak DT, Ephemerum spinulosum Bruch & Schimp. (Ephemeraceae) in Northern Ireland: a moss new to Europe, 23-139

Holz I, see Heinrichs, Holz & Gradstein, 23-35

Homalothecium sericeum, in folk costumes, 23-265

Homomallium incurvatum,

    effect of litter on, 23-64

    effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

    sporophyte production under different tree canopies, 23-63

Hooves, dispersal of bryophytes on, 23-293

Hygrobiella laxifolia, 23-149

Hylocomium splendens,

    control of growth-form, 23-283

    effect of shoot density on sporophyte production, 23-91

Hypnum cupressiforme,

    effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

    in folk costumes, 23-265

    sporophyte production, 23-65

Inbreeding, 23-314

Influence of tree species on the epilithic bryophyte flora in deciduous forests of Sweden, see Weibull, 23-55

Inselbergs, bryophytes of, 23-68

Instructions for authors, 23-80

Isopterygiopsis muelleriana, 23-145

Isopterygium sericifolium, synonymized with Isopterygiopsis muelleriana, 23-145

Isthmic Desert, moss flora of, 23-146

Jensenia spinosa, 23-136

Jonesiobryum sphaerocarpum, in Nigerian savanna, 23-68

Karyology of Plagiomnium. I. Plagiomnium affine (Schrad.) T.Kop., see Klos, Kuta & Przywara, 23-9

Klos J, Kuta E and Przywara L, Karyology of Plagiomnium. I. Plagiomnium affine (Schrad.) T.Kop., 23-9

Kuta E, see Klos, Kuta & Przywara, 23-9

Laaka-Lindberg S, Biomass allocation to sexual and asexual reproduction in a leafy hepatic Lophozia silvicola Buch, 23-3

Lawley M, Brian Sydney Brookes, M.B.E. (1936-2000), 23-345

Leafy hepatic, reproduction in Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

Lees R, see Heinken, Lees, Raudnitschka & Runge, 23-293

Lembophyllaceae, 23-305

Lembophyllum divulsum, 23-305

Length growth rate, of boreal forest mosses, 23-48

Leptobryum escomelii, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 23-327

    pottiaceum, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

    pyriforme, 23-327

    sericeum, a doubtful species, 32-330

    stellatum, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

    wilsonii, 23-325

Leptoscyphus expansus, 23-134

    infuscatus, 23-135

Light, relative amounts penetrating different tree canopies, 23-60

Litter, effects on epilithic bryophytes, in Sweden, 23-55

Long DG, Review of Perold SM, Flora of Southern Africa, Hepatophyta, Part 1, Marchantiopsida, 23-72

Longton RE, Eric Vernon Watson (1914-1999), 23-73

Lophocolea bidentata, 23-135

    concreta, 23-135

    difformis, 23-135

    fragrans, 23-135

    lucida, 23-135

    martiana, 23-135

    muricata, 23-135

Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

Malawi, 23-133

Malcolm B and Malcolm N, Mosses and other Bryophytes - an Illustrated Glossary, Review, see Rumsey, 23-71

Maps, of bryophytes in 10-km squares in South Wiltshire (v.-c. 8), 23-226

Marsupella subintegra, 23-135

Martin CE and Adamson VJ, Photosynthetic capacity of mosses relative to vascular plants, 23-319

Martínez-Abaigar J and Núñez-Olivera E, The legend and procession of the Moss Men from Béjar (Salamanca, Spain), 23-264

Mastigolejeunea auriculata, in Nigerian savanna, 23-68

Matcham HW,

    see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

    see Duckett, Goode & Matcham, 23-181

Mating systems, 23-313

Microbryum starckeanum, 23-147

Mniobryum bracteatum, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

    integrum, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

Modelling, of environmental relationships of Andreaea spp, 23-99

Mojave Desert, spore liberation in Grimmia orbicularis and Tortula inermis, 23-83

Molecular divergence in Weymouthia, 23-305

Monopodial growth, 23-283

Montane calcareous fens, effects of nutrients, 23-331

Moss flora, of the Isthmic Desert, 23-146

Moss Men of Béjar (Spain), 23-264

Mota de Oliveira S and Cavalcanti Pôrto K, Reproductive phenology of the moss Sematophyllum subpinnatum in a tropical lowland forest of north-eastern Brazil, 23-17

Mulanje Mountain, 23-133

Mutation, 23-314

National bryophyte records, new, 23-149

National Vegetation Classification (NVC), 23-198

Naturalized species, Achrophyllum dentatum, 23-341

Neckera complanata, 23-150

New national and regional bryophyte records, 4, see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

Newton AE

    and Ellis LT, Recent bryological literature, 101, 23-273

    see Ellis & Newton, 23-161, 23-349

Nigeria, savanna bryophytes from the upper Ogun, 23-67

Nitrogen deposition, 23-331

NMR fingerprinting, in Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-23

Northern Ireland, Ephemerum spinuosum, new to, 23-139

Norway, environmental relationships of Andreaea spp, 23-97

Nuclear ribosomal DNA, 23-309

Nutrient status, 23-182

Núñez-Olivera E, see Martínez-Abaigar & Núñez-Olivera, 23-264

Obituaries,

    Brookes, Brian Sydney, 23-345

    Crundwell, Alan Cyril, 23-267

    Geissler, Patricia E., 23-153

    Watson, Eric Vernon, 23-73

    Whitehouse, Harold Leslie Keer, 23-155

Observations on the calyptra in Tetrastichium fontanum (Mitt.) Cardot and T. virens (Cardot) S.P.Churchill, see Hedenäs, 23-261

Ochyra R, see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

Offshoot production, of boreal forest mosses, 23-48

Ogun, savanna bryophytes from the upper, 23-67

Økland RH, see Rydgren & Økland, 23-91

On several little-known species of Plagiochila (Hepaticae) in Asia, see So & Grolle, 23-123

On the identity of Desmatodon meridionalis Luisier, see Sérgio & Granzow-de-la Cerda, 23-69

Orthodontium gracile, gemmiferous protonema of, 23-181

    lineare, gemmiferous protonema of, 23-181

Orthotrichum urnigerum, effect of litter on, 23-64

Oyesiku OO and Egunyomi A, Savanna bryophytes from the upper Ogun, south-western Nigeria, 23-67

Pallavicinia lyellii, 23-136

Pallaviciniaceae, in Malawi, 23-133

Paraleucobryum longifolium, effect of litter on, 23-64

Patch-dynamics models, of bryophyte distribution, 23-104

Paton JA, The Liverwort Flora of the British Isles, Review, see Grolle 23-71

Patricia E. Geissler (1947-2000), obituary, see Urmi, 23-153

Patterns of molecular divergence within the palaeoaustral genus Weymouthia Broth. (Lembophyllaceae, Bryopsida), see Quandt, Frahm & Frey, 23-305

Pauli D, see Bergamini & Pauli, 23-331

Pedersen B, see Hanslin, Bakken & Pedersen, 23-43

Perichaetial production, in Andreaea spp, 23-97

Perold SM, Flora of Southern Africa, Hepatophyta, Part 1, Marchantiopsida, Review, see Long, 23-72

Perry AR and Long DG, Alan Cyril Crundwell, B.Sc. (1923-2000), 23-267

pH, of throughfall, 23-61

Phosphorus additions, 23-332

Photosynthetic capacity of mosses relative to vascular plants, see Martin & Adamson, 23-319

Phylogeny, effect on character states of European Amblystegiaceae, 23-205

Plagiochasma beccarianum, 23-134

Plagiochila cumingiana, 23-123

    devexa, 23-130

    fragillima, 23-124

    indica, 23-126

    little-known species in Asia, 23-123

    microphylla, synonymized with P. devexa, 23-130

    permista var. subintegerrima, synonymized with P. retrorsa, 23-24

    pseudomicrophylla, synonymized with P. devexa, 23-130

    retrorsa, 23-23

    runcinata, synonymized with P. devexa, 23-130

    sharpii, synonymized with P. retrorsa, 23-24

    tricarinata, synonymized with P. retrorsa, 23-24

    vexans, 23-131

    wallichiana, 23-129

    wightii, 23-128

Plagiochilaceae, 23-35

Plagiomnium affine, 23-9

    cuspidatum, sporophyte production, 23-65

Plagiothecium cavifolium in East Norfolk (VC 27), see Stevenson & Strauss, 23-141

    falklandicum, 23-150

Poeltiae, Plagiochila Section, 23-129

Pohlia integra, synonymized with Leptobryum wilsonii, 23-325

Polymerase chain reaction, 23-305

Polymorphism, 23-310

Polytrichum commune var. perigoniale, genetic diversity of, 23-109

    formosum, genetic diversity of, 23-109

    juniperinum, high net CO2 uptake in, 23-321

Populations, genetic diversity of Polytrichum, 23-109

Porella arboris-vitae, 23-195

Porley RD,

    and Rose F, The characterization and status of the southern hepatic mat, Scapanietum asperae Rose & Porley, on the English Chalk, 23-195

    see Wigginton & Porley, 23-133

Potassium additions, 23-332

Preston CD, Harold Leslie Keer Whitehouse M.A., Sc.D. (1917-2000), 23-155

Protonemal morphogenesis, in Orthodontium and Dicranoweisia, 23-181

Przywara L, see Klos, Kuta & Przywara, 23-9

Pseudoleskeela nervosa,

    effect of litter on, 23-64

    effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

Pterigynandrum filiforme,

    effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

    sporophyte production under different tree canopies, 23-63

Ptilidium pulcherrimum, effect of litter on, 23-64

Quandt D, Frahm J-P and Frey W, Patterns of molecular divergence within the palaeoaustral genus Weymouthia Broth. (Lembophyllaceae, Bryopsida), 23-305

Racomitrium subsecundum, 23-151

Radiation index, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Radula complanata,

    effect of litter, 23-64

    effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

    perianth production, 23-65

Random amplified polymorphic DNA, in Polytrichum, 23-111

RAPD, see Random amplified polymorphic DNA

Raudnitschka D, see Heinken, Lees, Raudnitschka & Runge, 23-293

Recent bryological literature,

    99, see Ellis, 23-75

    100, see Ellis & Newton, 23-161

    101, see Newton & Ellis, 23-273

    102, see Ellis & Newton, 23-349

Redundancy analysis, 23-210

Referees consulted for Volume 23, 23-347

Regional bryophyte records, new, 23-149

Relative growth rate, of boreal forest mosses, 23-45

Relative humidity, effect on growth of Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus, 23-43

Reproductive phenology of the moss Sematophyllum subpinnatum in a tropical lowland forest of north-eastern Brazil, see Mota de Oliveira & Cavalcanti Pôrto, 23-17

Revision, of Bryum bornholmense, 23-171

Rhytidiadelphus loreus, growth of, 23-43

Riccia, in Nigerian savanna, 23-68

Rock calcium concentration, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Roe deer, in bryophyte dispersal, 23-293

Ros RM, see Casas, Blom & Ros, 23-301

Rose F, see Porley & Rose, 23-195

Ross SE, Callaghan TV, Sonesson M and Sheffield E, Variation and control of growth-form in the moss Hylocomium splendens, 23-283

Rumsey FJ,

    Achrophyllum dentatum (Hook.f & Wils.) Vitt & Crosby (Hookeriaceae) naturalized in Britain, 23-341

    Review of Malcolm B and Malcolm N, Mosses and other Bryophytes - an Illustrated Glossary, 23-71

Runge S, see Heinken, Lees, Raudnitschka & Runge, 23-293

Rycroft DS, Heinrichs J, Cole WJ and Anton H, A phytochemical and morphological study of the liverwort Plagiochila retrorsa Gottsche, new to Europe, 23-23

Rydgren K and Økland RH, Sporophyte production in the clonal moss Hylocomium splendens: the importance of shoot density, 23-91

Savanna bryophytes from the upper Ogun, south-western Nigeria, see Oyesiku & Egunyomi, 23-67

Såstad SM, see Stenøien & Såstad, 23-313

Scapania aspera, 23-195

Scapanietum asperae Rose & Porley, 23-195

Schistidium occidentale from the Sierra Nevada (Spain), new to the European bryophyte flora, see Casas, Blom & Ros, 23-301

Schumacker R, see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

Schuster RM, Austral Hepaticae, Part 1, Review, see Seppelt, 23-71

Seasonality of reproduction in Sematophyllum subpinnatum. 23-17

Secondary metabolites,

    in Plagiochila bifaria, 23-32

    in Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-29

Selection, 23-314

SEM photos,

    of cultured and wild protonemata of Dicranoweisia cirrata, 23-186

    of cultured protonemata of Orthodontium gracile, 23-189

    of gemmae formation in Dicranoweisia cirrata, 23-183

    of lamina cells and leaf apex, Syntrichia calcicola, 23-121

    of lamina cells and leaf cross section of Syntrichia glabra, 23-121

    of Plagiochila retrorsa spores, 23-27

    of protonemata of Orthodontium lineare in culture, 23-187

    of Steereochila ecuadorica and Szweykowskia cucullifolia spores, 23-39

    of wild protonemata of Orthodontium lineare, 23-188, 23-190

Sematophyllum subpinnatum, 23-17

Seppelt RD, Review of Schuster RM, Austral Hepaticae, Part 1, 23-71

Sexual reproduction,

    in Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

    in Sematophyllum subpinnatum, 23-17

Sérgio C and Granzow-de-la Cerda Í, On the identity of Desmatodon meridionalis Luisier, 23-69

Sheffield E, see Ross, Callaghan, Sonesson & Sheffield, 23-283

Shelter, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Shoot density,

    effect on growth of Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus, 23-43

    importance in sporophyte production by Hylocomium splendens, 23-91

Shoot length, of Lophozia silvicola, 23-3

Sierra Nevada (Spain), Schistidium occidentale in, 23-301

Sir Gammer Vans, 23-267

Slope, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

Snow-cover, effect on Andreaea spp, 23-99

So ML and Grolle R, On several little-known species of Plagiochila (Hepaticae) in Asia, 23-123

Sonesson M, see Ross, Callaghan, Sonesson & Sheffield, 23-283

South Wiltshire (v.-c. 8), bryophyte flora of, 23-221

Southern hepatic mat, 23-195

Spain, Moss Man custom of Béjar, 23-264

Sporangial length, in Anthoceros agrestis, 23-142

Spore liberation in Grimmia orbicularis and Tortula inermis: two patterns from the Mojave desert, see Stark, 23-83

Spore production, in Anthoceros agrestis, 23-142

Spores,

    of Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-27

    of Steereochila ecuadorica and Szweykowskia cucullifolia, 23-39

Sporoderm,

    of Plagiochila retrorsa, 23-27

    of Steereochila ecuadorica and Szweykowskia cucullifolia, 23-39

Sporophyte

    frequency in Bryum bornholmense, 23-175

    number in Anthoceros agrestis, 23-142

    of Steereochila ecuadorica, 23-35

    of Steereochila, Szweykowskia and Plagiochila, 23-36

    phenophases, 23-84

    phenophases in Sematophyllum subpinnatum, 23-18

    production in Andreaea spp, 23-97

    production in the clonal moss Hylocomium splendens: the importance of shoot density, see Rydgren & Økland, 23-91

Stark LR, Spore liberation in Grimmia orbicularis and Tortula inermis: two patterns from the Mojave desert, 23-83

Status of southern hepatic mat, 23-195

Steereochila ecuadorica, 23-35

Stem density profiles, of Polytrichum populations, 23-109

Stemflow, effects on epilithic bryophytes, in Sweden, 23-55

Stenøien HK and Såstad SM, Genetic variability in bryophytes: does mating system really matter?, 23-313

Stern RC, A bryophyte flora of South Wiltshire, 23-221

Stevenson CR and Strauss DF, Plagiothecium cavifolium in East Norfolk (VC 27), 23-141

Strauss DF, see Stevenson & Strauss, 23-141

Sweden, effects of tree species on epilithic bryophytes of deciduous forests, 23-55

Switzerland, spore production, in Anthoceros agrestis, 23-142

Symphyogyna brasiliensis, 23-136

    podophylla, 23-136

Symphyogynopsis gottscheana, 23-136

Sympodial growth, 23-283

Syntrichia amphidiacea, 23-151

    calcicola, SEM photos, of lamina cells and leaf apex, 23-121

    densa, comb. nov., 23-120

    glabra,

       a new moss from Germany, see Frahm & Gallego, 23-119

       SEM photos, of lamina cells and leaf cross section, 23-121

    ruralis,

       effect of litter on, 23-64

       effect of tree canopy on, 23-62

Szweykowskia cucullifolia, 23-41

Tetrastichium, anatomy of calyptra, 23-261

The characterization and status of the southern hepatic mat, Scapanietum asperae Rose & Porley, on the English Chalk, see Porley & Rose, 23-195

The identity of Isopterygium sericifolium Dixon, see Hedenäs, 23-145

The impact of watering regime and ambient relative humidity on the effect of density on growth in two boreal forest mosses, Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus, see Hanslin, Bakken & Pedersen, 23-43

The importance of phylogeny and habitat factors in explaining gametophytic character states in European Amblystegiaceae, see Hedenäs, 23-205

The legend and procession of the Moss Men from Béjar (Salamanca, Spain), see Martínez-Abaigar & Núñez-Olivera, 23-264

The moss genus Leptobryum and the identity of Pohlia integra, see Arts, 23-325

The sporophyte of Steereochila (Plagiochilaceae), see Heinrichs, Holz & Gradstein, 23-35

Throughfall, effects on epilithic bryophytes, in Sweden, 23-55

Tortella humilis, 23-147

Tortula atrovirens, 23-147

    inermis, spore liberation, 23-83

    marginata, syn. nov. Desmatodon meridionalis, 23-69

    muralis, 23-147

Trade-off, between sexual and asexual reproduction in Lophozia silvicola, 23-7

Transplant experiment, 23-285

Trichostomum crispulum, 23-147

Tropical lowland forest, reproductive phenology of Sematophyllum subpinnatum in, 23-17

Twinspan classification, of epilithic bryophytes in Swedish forests, 23-59

Typification of Herbertus sakuraii (Warnst.) Hatt., see Hodgetts, 23-262

Ulota crispa, 23-151

Urmi E, Patricia E. Geissler (1947-2000), 23-153

Vanderpoorten A, see Blockeel, Matcham, Ochyra, Bednarek-Ochyra, Schumacker & Vanderpoorten, 23-149

Variation and control of growth-form in the moss Hylocomium splendens, see Ross, Callaghan, Sonesson & Sheffield, 23-283

Vascular plants, photosynthesis compared to bryophytes, 23-319

Watering regime, effect on growth of Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus, 23-43

Watson, Eric Vernon, obituary, see Longton, 23-73

Webera integra, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

Weibull H, Influence of tree species on the epilithic bryophyte flora in deciduous forests of Sweden, 23-55

Wet-dry cycles, 23-45

Weymouthia billardieri, 23-305

    cochlearia, 23-305

    molecular divergence in, 23-305

    mollis, 23-305

Whitehouse HLK,

    cover illustration, 23(2)

    Obituary of, 23-155

    see Crundwell & Whitehouse, 23-171

Wigginton MJ and Porley RD, British Bryological Society Expedition to Mulanje Mountain, Malawi. 14. Allisoniaceae, Arnelliaceae, Aytoniaceae, Geocalycaceae, Gymnomitriaceae, Pallaviciniaceae (Hepaticae), 23-133

Wild boar, in bryophyte dispersal, 23-293

Wiltshire, bryophyte flora of South, 23-221

Wollnya stellata, synonymized with L. wilsonii, 32-327

Zonatae, Plagiochila Section, 23-130

Zouhair R, Corradini P, Hallet JN and Defontaine A, Growth morphology and genetic diversity of Polytrichum populations, 23-109

 

 
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