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1 June 2007 EAST AFRICAN BRYOPHYTES, XXV: BRYOLOGICAL RECORDS FROM THE CHYULU RANGE, KENYA
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The authors made the first comprehensive bryological collection on the forest-covered Chyulu Range in south-eastern Kenya. Although these hills are of young volcanic origin and do not belong to the so called “Eastern Arc” mountains, they offer a high diversity of habitats from dry Acacia-Commiphora bushland to montane mist forest and thus a relatively rich bryophyte flora: from the 79 species recently recorded, 13 are new to the flora of Kenya. The new combination Plagiochila kiaeri var. myriocarpa is made.

Tamás Pócs and Quentin Luke "EAST AFRICAN BRYOPHYTES, XXV: BRYOLOGICAL RECORDS FROM THE CHYULU RANGE, KENYA," Journal of East African Natural History 96(1), 27-46, (1 June 2007). https://doi.org/10.2982/0012-8317(2007)96[27:EABXBR]2.0.CO;2
Published: 1 June 2007
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