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7 October 2019 A pilot workshop on Bryophytes at the National Herbarium (TAN) reveals the presence of seven additional species for Madagascar
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Reeb, C., R. Letsara, R.L. Andriamiarisoa, J.C. Brinda, G.-A. Abalo-Loko, E. Boucheron-Dubuisson, E. Fischer, N.G. Hodgetts, E. Lavocat-Bernard, F. Naniarimino, P.B. Phillipson, A. Sass-Gyarmati & A. Vanderpoorten (2019). A pilot workshop on Bryophytes at the Antananarivo Herbarium (TAN) revealed the presence of seven additional species for Madagascar. Candollea 74: 153–158. In English, English and French abstracts.

We present a contribution to the knowledge of the Malagasy bryoflora that results from a BRYOTAN workshop organized in September 2018 at the Antananarivo Herbarium (TAN) housed at the Parc Botanique et Zoologique de Tsimbazaza, Antananarivo, Madagascar, within the framework of the BRYOTAN project (Bryophytes of TAN). Seven taxa reported here as new for Madagascar were found among the specimens stored in TAN. These findings illustrate the interest of this sort of initiative, the potential richness of the unstudied material in herbaria, and the necessity of exploring regions that are bryologically poorly known within Madagascar.

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Catherine Reeb, Rokiman Letsara, Roger Lala Andriamiarisoa, John C. Brinda, Goudjo-Ameto Abalo-Loko, Elodie Boucheron-Dubuisson, Eberhard Fischer, Nicholas G. Hodgetts, Elisabeth Lavocat-Bernard, Fara Naniarimino, Peter B. Phillipson, Andrea Sass-Gyarmati, and Alain Vanderpoorten "A pilot workshop on Bryophytes at the National Herbarium (TAN) reveals the presence of seven additional species for Madagascar," Candollea 74(2), 153-158, (7 October 2019). https://doi.org/10.15553/c2019v742a5
Published: 7 October 2019
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