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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