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California Moss eFlora: Literature list

Jan 1 2013 ·

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Flowers, S. 1973. Mosses: Utah and the West. Brigham Young University Press, Provo, UT. |js|

Harpel, J. 1980a. A preliminary floristic survey of the mosses in the San Jacinto Mountains. M.S. thesis. California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, CA. |js|

Harthill, M. P., D. M. Long, and B. D. Mishler. 1979. Preliminary list of southern California mosses. The Bryologist 82:260-267. [Lists 171 taxa.] |js|

Holmberg, L. C. 1969. A moss flora of Del Norte County. M.S. thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. [132 species listed.] |js|

Koch, L. F. 1950a. Mosses of California: an annotated list of species. Leaflets Western Botany 6:1-40. [Lists 317 taxa.] |js|

Lawton, E. 1971. Moss flora of the Pacific Northwest. Hattori Botanical Laboratory Nichinan, Miyazaki, Japan. |js|

Lesquereux, L. 1868. A catalogue of the species found up to the present time on the northwest coast of the United States and especially in California. Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences 1:1-38. |js|

McCleary, J. A. 1972. The mosses of the Channel Islands, California. Madroño 21:435-438. [Lists 76 taxa.] |js|

Showers, D. 1982. The mosses of Lassen Volcanic National Park, California. The Bryologist 85:324-328. |js|

Spjut, R. W. 1971. Mosses of the Marble Mountain Wilderness Area, Siskiyou County, California. M.S. thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. [Lists 175 species.] |js|

Strid, T. W. 1974. A distributional study of the mosses of the San Gorgonio Wilderness Area. M.S. thesis. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA. [Lists 59 species; three as new for California.] |js|

Watson, S. 1880. Musci. Pp 353-423 in Botany of California, volume II, of Geological Survey of California, John Wiley & Son, University Press, Cambridge, MA. |js|

Zander, R. H. 1978b. A synopsis of Bryoerythrophyllum and Morinia (Pottiaceae) in the New World. The Bryologist 81:539-560. |js|


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