Pseudotaxiphyllum subfalcatum (Plagiotheciaceae Bryophyta) in Asia: one more species with An Arcto-Tertiary disjunction
O. M. Afonina, S. G. Kazanovsky, O. Yu. Pisarenko, A. V. Fedorova, E. A. Ignatova

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