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The frullania flora of lord howe island new south wales australia


Bryologist 90(4): 365-370
The frullania flora of lord howe island new south wales australia
Six species of Frullania (Frullaniaceae; Hepaticae) were recognized on Lord Howe Island (Australia). Four are endemic to the island and three of these are new species [F. fulfordiae sp. nov., F. subincumbens sp. nov., F. vittiana sp. nov. and F. howeana]. The remaining two are F. ericoides (Nees) Mont. (pantropical) and F. falciloba (Hook. and Tayl.) Lehm. (Australasian). The Frullania flora of Lord Howe Island seems to be most closely related to that of SE Australia, although it shows a high endemism.


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