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Title: The taxonomy, phytogeography and conservation of the Fissidens flora of Singapore, with one new species, F. pseudoceylonensis
Authors: Tan, B.C. 
Meng-Shyan, C. 
Keywords: Conservation
Fissidens
Peninsular Malaysia
Phytogeography
Pulau Tioman
Rain forest
Singapore
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Tan, B.C., Meng-Shyan, C. (2002). The taxonomy, phytogeography and conservation of the Fissidens flora of Singapore, with one new species, F. pseudoceylonensis. Journal of Bryology 24 (1) : 45-55. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1179/037366802125000340
Abstract: The Fissidens flora of Singapore has been investigated and shown to consist of 16 species, including one new species, F. pseudoceylonensis. F. crispulus var. robinsonii is proposed as a new combination and two taxa (F. mittenii var. javensis M. Fleisch. and F. ceylonensis ssp. simplex M. Fleisch.) are reduced to synonyms of F. pellucidus Hornsch. and F. ceylonensis Dozy & Molk. respectively. The biodiversity of Singapore's Fissidens flora is compared with that of Peninsular Malaysia and Pulau Tioman and the ecological and conservation implications are discussed.
Source Title: Journal of Bryology
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/113688
ISSN: 03736687
DOI: 10.1179/037366802125000340
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