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Nova Hedwigia Band 68 Heft 1-2

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(Nova Hedwigia, Band 68 Heft 1-2)

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SCHUSTER, R.M., Studies on Hepaticae, LXV. Lepidoziaceae subf.
Zoopsidiodeae 2): Zoopsis 1

DELIVOPOULOS, S.G., M. POLNE-FULLER & B.E. DIANNELIDIS,
Ultrastructural study of the differentiated blade of Porphyra perforate
(Rhodophyta) 65

SIVER, P.A. & D.E. WUJEK, Scaled Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae from
Florida, U.S.A.: VI. Observations on the flora from waterbodies in the
Ocala National Forest 75

VAN DE VIJVER, B., P. LEDEGANCK, G. POTTERS & L. BEYENS, Diatom
communities from alkaline environments of the Br0gger peninsula,
north-west Spitsbergen 93

HENSSEN, A., New species of Ramalodium and Staurolemma from Australasia
(Collemataceae, lichenized ascomycetes) 117

FERRARIO, M.E., E.A. SAR, C. CASTANOS & F. HINZ, Potentially toxic
species of the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia in Argentinian coastal
waters 131

MOUCHACCA, J., A list of novel fungi described from the Middle East,
mostly from non-soil substrata 149
ONOFRI, S., S. PAGANO, L. ZUCCONI & S. TOSI, Friedmanniomyces endolithicus (Fungi, Hyphomycetes), anam.-gen. and sp. nov., from continental
Antarctica 175

VAN DEN BOOM, P.P.G. & M. GIRALT, Contribution to the flora of Portugal, lichens and lichenicolous fungi II 183

GIMENO, C. & F. PUCHE, Chlorophyll content and morphological changes
in cellular structure of Rhynchostegium riparioides (Hedw.) Card.
(Brachytheciaceae, Musci) and Fontinalis hypnoides Hartm. (Fontinalaceae,
Musci) in response to water pollution and transplant containers on Palancia
river (East, Spain) 197

SIM-SIM, M., F. LLORET & R. GROLLE, First reference of Frullania
cesatiana De Not. (Frullaniaceae, Hepaticae) to Spain and France 217

ZHU, R.-L. & M.L. SO, The genus Leucolejeunea (Hepaticae, Lejeuneaceae)
in China 225

LI, J., Y. LIU, T. CAO,Y. WU, J. SHI, A comparative study on ecophysiological
characteristics of the two overwintering host mosses of gallaphids 233

GRUBE, M., Epifluorescence studies of the ascus inVerrucariales (lichenized
Ascomycotina) 241

HYDE, K.D. & T.K. GOH, Tropical Australian Freshwater Fungi. XVI. Some
new melanommataceous fungi from woody substrata and a key to genera
of lignicolous loculoascomycetes in freshwater 251

BUCHBESPRECHUNGEN - BOOK REVIEWS 273