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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 132
(21.)   Skelton, Posa A., &, South, G. Robin     [ 2007 ]
The Benthic Marine Algae of the Samoan Archipelago, South Pacific, with emphasis on the Apia District
III+350 pages, 796 figures, 10 tables, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 132)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 133
(22.)   Medlin, Linda K., Doucette, Gregory J., Villac, Maria Celia     [ 2008 ]
Phytoplankton evolution, taxonomy and ecology, dedicated to Greta A. Fryxell
This volume is dedicated to Professor G.A. Fryxell in recognition of her long distinguished career in the taxonomy and ecology of phytoplankton, especially the diatoms, and the considerable influence she ha had on all those who have interacted with her and as a mentor of young scientists. It features 21 reviewed papers. Contents on request.
XVIII+315 pages, 333 figures, 26 tables, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 133)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 134
(23.)   Hässel, Gabriela G., &, Rubies, Marta F.     [ 2009 ]
Catalogue of Marchantiophyta and Anthocerotophyta of southern South America [Chile, Argentinia and Uruguay, including Easter Is. (Pascua Is.), Malvinas Is. (Falkland Is.), South Georgia Is., and the subantarctic South Shetland Is. South Sandwich Is., and
This Catalogue lists the hepatics and hornworts from Chile, Argentinia and Uruguay, by their legitimate and illegitimate names, and provides information on type specimens, published figures, maps, bibliographic citations and localities. There are also Annotations on non legitimate and erroneous names. The Systematic list on the 748 accepted names of Marchantiophyta and 24 of Anthocerotophyta of the area is complemented with the synonyms and arranged in the most recent classifications. Large areas are still under-investigated as shown in the geographic lists of the taxa present in the countries and their provinces.
672 pages, 3 figures, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 134)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 137
(24.)   Petersen, Ronald H., Hughes, Karen W.     [ 2010 ]
The Xerula/Oudemansiella Complex (Agaricales)
This volume summarizes the taxonomic and phylogenetic knowledge of a small group of fungal, mushroom genera (Homobasidiomycota, Agaricales) centered in Xerula s.l. and Oudemansiella. The work is partitioned into several parts: introductory material including the published history of the group, application of DNA sequencing and phylogenetics to the involved taxa, world monographs of the included genera, and studies of type specimens linked to implicated taxa. Sixtyeight new taxa and / or new combinations are proposed, including four new genera (Hymenopellis, Paraxerula, Pointiculomyces, Protoxerula), and other genera are resurrected/reconfigured (Dactylosporina, Mucidula, Oudemansiella, Xerula). The descriptive text is supplemented with copious line drawings, phylogenetic trees and 31 color plates. Combining, as it does, traditional morphotaxonomy, monography, molecular applications and thorough type specimen descriptions, this volume is intended for workers in these fields, especially those interested in agaric groups. It will serve as an active monographic source as well as a reference to many taxonomic names both in and out of the targeted complex.
625 pages, 576 figures, 8 tables, 31 colour plates, hardcover, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 137)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 138
(25.)   Frey, Wolfgang, (Edit.)     [ 2010 ]
Bryophyte Systematics, Phytodiversity Phytosociology and Ecology. Festschrift in honour of Professor Dr. Harald Kürschner
The 23 papers of this Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 138 span a broad range of topics in Systematics, phytodiversity, phytosociology and ecology of Bryophytesreflecting the still continuing importance of Bryology. In the Systematic part (8 contributions), a new genus, Kuerschneria, and four new species are described as new to science. Two papers include molecular analyses (genera Oxystegus and Palustriella), one a morphometric analysis of the genus Gymnostomiella, and fi ve papers deal with classical morpho-anatomical systematic treatments (moss genus Forsstroemia and liverwort genera, Ceratolejeunea and Lejeunea). The Phytodiversity part (9 contributions) presents an impressive example for the recent ongoing worldwide survey on the diversity of bryophytes, ranging from Europe to South-West Asia, Macaronesia (Selvagens Islands), the Himalayan region, southern South America and to Île Amsterdam in the South Indian Ocean. These are contributions to different countries and regions (Greece, Montenegro, Turkey, Bhutan, Chile, Sino-Himalayan region), and to the oceanic islands Selvagens and Île Amsterdam. The Phytosociology and Ecology part (5 papers) gives an impression of the phytosociological and ecological work in the Tropics (2 contributions, neotropical trunk-epiphytes), two concern vegetation units in Europe and one the ecology of genus Porella in Madeira. The volume is completed with a contribution on asexual reproduction (propagula types) in pleurocarpous mosses. The papers have been written by colleagues, former scholars and friends of Professor Dr. Harald Kürschner, to honour his distinguished scientific and academic career and his outstanding contributions to the bryology of South-West Asia, the tropical rain forests and to Geobotany.
333 pages, 85 figures, 36 tables, 9 plates, 8 appendices, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 138)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 140
(26.)   Wynne, Michael     [ 2011 ]
A checklist of benthic marine algae of the tropical and subtropical western Atlantic: third revision
This "third revision" of M.J. Wynne''s "Checklist" is a rigorously prepared and updated compilation of the taxa of benthic marine algae, or seaweeds, currently recognized as occurring in the broad area of the tropical and subtropical Western Atlantic Ocean. Thus, the checklist covers the region from the warm temperate eastern United States to southern Brazil, which is the same domain as the 1960 algal flora of W.R. Taylor. It includes a total of 1,393 species of benthic marine algae: 905 red algae, 175 brown algae, and 313 green algae. When the 185 infraspecific taxa are included, the total tally of current names is 1,578. Taxonomic synonyms are also included and are listed in brackets after the current names. The latest proposals on higher and lower hierarchical levels of systematic relationships are followed, reflecting the often dramatic changes in our concepts brought about by recent molecular-based phylogenetic studies. There are also 563 notes in regard to nomenclature and distribution for many of the taxa treated. This publication includes an extensive bibliography of pertinent literature for the period following the publication of the second revision of the checklist in 2005. The checklist includes a table listing new references by geographic region (country or coastal states of the southeastern USA). This work will be a useful and timely resource to workers on marine algae not only of the Western Atlantic but also on a global perspective because of its synthesis of recent literature and presentation of the most modern classification concepts.
166 pages, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 140)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 141
(27.)   Witkowski, Andrzej, Kociolek, John P.&, Compere, John, (Eds.)     [ 2012 ]
Diatom taxonomy and ecology. From local discoveries to global impacts. Festschrift in honor of Prof. Dr. horst Lange-Bertalot''s 75 birthday
The twenty-nine peer-reviewed contributions to this impressive volume sweep the entire range of current research on diatoms - from the taxonomy of freshwater and marine diatoms, the fossil record of both terrestrial and marine habitats, planktonic diatoms, potential of diatoms and ostracods as bioindicators, application of diatom assemblages to climatic reconstructions, the use of molecular tools in phylogeny, tracing the threat of invasive and potentially toxic diatoms to the highlights of the diatom collection of Józef Pantocsek. The wide range of topics covered herein delineates the equally wide range of research interests of Prof. Horst Lange-Bertalot. The papers were contributed by friends and colleagues on the occasion of his 75th birthday which was celebrated during the 5th Central European Diatomologists Meeting (=25th German-speaking Diatomologists Meeting) in Szczecin, Poland, in February 2011. Many of the authors have benefited from Prof. Lange-Bertalot''s profound knowledge of diatoms in general, and his floristic skills in particular. The impact of his work on diatom research has been extraordinary, with important implications for ecology (from water pollution to climate change), biodiversity and conservation sciences. This has been due in large part to the breadth and depth of Prof. Lange-Bertalot''s research record in four areas: evaluation of water quality using diatoms, floristics with a focus on Europe, floristics with a worldwide perspective, and synthetic work to organize and integrate these other studies. This tremendous volume honors Professor Horst Lange-Bertalot, one of the pre-eminent diatom taxonomists. This volume is of great interest for all researchers working on diatoms and their impact on biodiversity, conservation sciences and ecology in general.
IV+545 pages, 1285 figures, 42 tables, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 141)
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 149
(28.)   Kürschner, Harald, &, Frey, Wolfgang     [ 2020 ]
Liverworts, Mosses and Hornworts of Southwest Asia (Marchantiophyta, Bryophyta, Anthocerotophyta). A systematic treatise with keys to genera and species occuring in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Ara
This bryophyte flora of Southwest Asia is the first comprehensive, structured synthesis of the current knowledge available on the liverworts, mosses and hornworts of this region. The area covers Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sinai Peninsula, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen (incl. Socotra Island), summarized to a great extent as ''Asia 5'' in the ''Index Muscorum''. In total, 1193 taxa (229 liverworts, 959 mosses, 5 hornworts) and nearly 2000 names and synonyms were treated in the dichotomous keys presented, including annotations to critical, doubtful or erroneously recorded species. 14 taxa represent new country/regional records and are listed together with their collecting data in a separate paragraph.The book includes all bryophytes known to date within the large and geomorphologically varied area. Many of the species are important initial colonizers of bare rocks, crusts and soil surfaces of steppes and deserts of this region and therefore forerunners in vascular plant colonization and succession. Because they serve as indicators of ecological disturbances and air quality, their knowledge is of fundamental importance for understanding phytodiversity and ecosystem evolution. This flora provides users with an up to date tool for at least a preliminary identification of any bryophyte in the area and may stimulate and promote greater interest in this often neglected or overlooked plant group. The flora is recommended to all botanists and ecologists, interested in bryophyte flora and vegetation, biodiversity, and nature conservation.
267 pages, 9 figures, 1 table, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 149), 2. enlarged. ed.
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 150
(29.)   Söderström, Lars, Engel, John J., &, Kucera, Jan, (Eds.)     [ 2020 ]
Contributions to morphology, taxonomy, distribution and ecology of Bryophytes. Jiri Vana in memoriam
334 pages, 112 figures, 9 tables, 3 plates, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, 150)
 
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