Bakalin V.A.1, 2 & Katagiri T.3 2014. The historical collection of liverworts from Sakhalin by Urbian Faurie (1846–1915) in Herbarium of Kyoto // Arctoa. Vol.23: 29–32 [in English].

1 Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS, Makovskogo Street, 142, Vladivostok, 690024, Russia

2 Institute of Biology and Soil Science FEB RAS, Stoletiya Vladivostoka Avenue, 159, Vladivostok, 690022, Russia; e-mail: v_bak@list.ru

3 Department of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Kagamiyama 1–3–1, Higashihiroshima-shi, Hiroshima 739–8526, Japan; e-mail: tomoyuki-katagiri@hiroshima-u.ac.jp

KEYWORDS: Hepaticae, Sakhalin, Urbian Faurie, history of bryological researches, East Asia

ABSTRACT. The paper provides the brief sketch of the life of Father Urbian Faurie (1846–1915), the remarkable French missionary and botanist who made a great input to the understanding of bryophyte flora of Sakhalin at the primary stages of its exploration. The original specimens gathered by U. Faurie housed in KYO were re-studied. As a result, four species were newly identified from his collection, the records of two species not found in Sakhalin since the beginning of 20-th century (probably extinct in the current flora) were confirmed and an excluding of one species from the previously published lists was confirmed.

doi: 10.15298/arctoa.23.05

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