Popov S.Yu.1, Moshkovsky S.A.2, Ignatova E.A.3, Ignatov M.S.4 2000. Bryhnia novae-angliae (Brachytheciaceae, Musci) in European Russia // Arctoa. Vol. 9: 123–126 [in English].
1 Kerzhenskiy State Reserve, Kostina str. 2, 154, Nizhnij Novgorod 603124 Russia
2 Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of Russian Acad. Med. Sci., Pogodinskaya 10, Moscow 119832 Russia
3 Biological Faculty, Moscow State University, Moscow 119234 Russia
4 Tsitsin Main Botanical Garden of Russian Academy of Sciences, Botanicheskaya 4, Moscow 127276 Russia
KEYWORDS: Bryhnia novae-angliae, new records, European Russia, phytogeography, morphology, Myurocalda maximowiczii.
ABSTRACT. Bryhnia novae-angliae was found recently in collections from Kostroma Province in central European Russia, 58° 14'N – 44°25' E. The only other collection from European Russia was made by Brotherus in Arkhangelsk in 1872, but that specimen was erroneously identified as Myuroclada maximowiczii. Thus, the latter species is excluded from the bryoflora of Europe.