J Syst Evol ›› 1978, Vol. 16 ›› Issue (4): 102-112.
• Research Articles •
Wu Pan-Cheng, Lou Jian-Shing
Meto situated in the southeastern Tibet, about 30°N' Lat., enjoys a tropical
climate. Below 2500m. altitude, there are monsoon rain forests and broad-leaved
evergreen forests, from which the Tibetan scientific expedition has gathered 71 specimens of epiphyllous liverworts representing 26 species and 2 varieties in 13 genera.
This may be considered as a distinct subzone for the epiphyllous liverworts in the
south part of the Tibetan East Himalaya.
Wu Pan-Cheng, Lou Jian-Shing. Studies on the Epiphyllous Liverworts of China (II)—The Epiphyllous Liverworts from Tibet[J]. J Syst Evol, 1978, 16(4): 102-112.
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