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Acebey, A., S.R. Gradstein & T. Krömer. 2003. Species richness and habitat diversification of bryophytes in submontane rain forest and fallows of Bolivia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 19: 9-18. [Serranía Marimonos, Department of La Paz, 500-650 m, 80 corticolous bryophytes listed: 48 hepatics, 32 mosses.]

Aldana M., C.E. 2008. Briofitas de los bosques de Polylepis pepei (Provincia Murillo, La Paz – Bolivia): Comunidades y ecología. Tesis Licenciatura. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz. i-vii, 71 p. [37 hepatics, 63 mosses.]

Aldana, C., N. Sanjines & S.P. Churchill. 2010. Diversidad de briofitas de Bolivia: Una vision general. Páginas 23-30. En: S.G. Beck, N. Paniagua-Zambrana, R.P. López, N. Nagashiro (eds.), Biodiversidad y Ecología en Bolivia. Instituto de Ecología, La Paz, Bolivia.

Aldana, C., E. Calzadilla & S.P. Churchill. 2011. Evaluacion de los musgos endemicos de Bolivia. Revista de la Sociedad Boliviana de Botanica 5: 53-67.

Brumfield, R.T. & O. Maillard Z. 2007. Birds of the central Rio Paracti valley, a humid montane forest in Departamento Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ornitologia Neotropical 18: 321-337. [4 hepatics, and 6 mosses were found, covering 70% of a Rhynchocyclus fulvipectus nest; species identified by S. Churchill.]

Britton, E.G. 1896. An enumeration of the plants collected by H. H. Rusby in Bolivia, 1885-1886. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 23: 471-499. [88 species listed, 41 as new species; attributing authorship to Müller and Schimper, few by Britton.]

Brotherus, V.F. 1913. Musci frondosi. Pages 174-179. En: J. Perkins (ed.). Beiträge zur Flora von Bolivia. Botanische Jahrbücher für systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 49: 170-233. [20 species listed, 12 as new species.]

Brotherus, V.F. 1917. Contributions a la flore bryologique de l'Argentine. Arkiv för Botanik utgivet av K. Svenska Vetenskapsakademien 15: 1-15. [Enumerates the collections made by R. E. Fries in 1901-1902 in northwest Argentina: 41 species listed, 13 as new species; and Bolivia: 10 species listed, one as a new species.]

Calzadilla, E., C. Aldana & S. Churchill. 2010. Las Briofitas. Bolivia Ecológica 59: 1-28. Fundacion Simón I. Pantiño.

Cano, M.J., J.A. Jiménez, S.P. Churchill & J. Guerra. 2008. New records of Pottiaceae (Bryophyta) for South America. Cryptogamie: Bryologie 29: 139-147. [9 new records for Bolivia.]

Churchill, S.P. 1998. Catalog of Amazonian mosses. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 85: 191-238.

Churchill, S.P. 2003. Briófitas. Pages 96-100. En: P. L. Ibisch & G. Mérida (eds.). Biodiversidad: La Riqueza de Bolivia. Editorial FAN, Santa Cruz.

Churchill, S.P. 2004. Bryophytes. Pages 94-97. En: P. L. Ibisch & G. Mérida (eds.). Biodiversity: The Richness of Bolivia. Editorial FAN, Santa Cruz.

Churchill, S. 2007. Bryological activities in Bolivia. Bryological Times 123: 18-20.

Churchill, S.P. 2009a. Moss diversity and endemism of the Tropical Andes. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 96: 434-449.

Churchill, S.P. 2009b. Bryophytes of Alarachi Natural Reserve, Department of Tarija, Bolivia. Tropical Bryology. 30: 85-91. [35 species of hepatics; 119 species of mosses.]

Churchill, S.P. 2010. Moss diversity of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Páginas 000-000, En: Herzog, S.K., R. Martínez, P.M. Jørgensen & H. Tiessen (eds.). Climate Change Effects on the Biodiversity of the Tropical Andes: An Assessment of the Status of Scientific Knowledge. Inter-American Institute of Global Change Research (IAI) and Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), São José dos Campos and Paris. In press.

Churchill, S.P. & collaborators. 2009. Mosses of the Tropical Andes. http://tropicos.org/Project/ANBRY

Churchill, S.P. & A. Fuentes C. 2004. Inventario preliminar de los musgos de Pampagrande. Pages 105-109. En: H. Azurduy F., J. L. Aramayo B., J. Ledezma A. & Andrés Langer (eds.). Historia Natural del Municipio de Pampagrande. Museo de Historia Natural Noel Kempff Mercado. Santa Cruz. [Department of Santa Cruz, Province Florida: 58 species listed, distributed among 48 genera and 32 families.]

Churchill, S.P. & A. Fuentes C. 2005. Additions, combinations, and synonyms for the Bolivian moss flora. Tropical Bryology 26: 119-132. [55 additional records, 3 new combinations, and 5 new synonyms for Bolivia.]

Churchill, S.P. & D. Griffin III. 1999. Mosses. Pages 53-64. En: Páramo: A checklist of plant diversity, geographical distribution, and botanical literature. J.L. Luteyn (ed.). Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 84.

Churchill, S.P. & I. Linneo. 2009. Los Briofítos. Pages 59-72. En: L. Arroyo P. & S.P. Churchill (eds). Estudios Botánicos en la Región de Bella Vista del Departamento de Santa Cruz, Bolivia: Una base para la Conservación. Museo de Historia Natural Noel Kempff Mercardo y Missouri Botanical Garden. La Rosa Editorial. Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.

Churchill, S.P. & R. Lozano. 2009. Bryophytes of the Tucuman-Bolivian montane forest, Bolivia. Tropical Bryology. 30: 18-42. [97 hepatics, 1 anthoceros, and 276 mosses.]

Churchill, S.P., D. Griffin, III, M. Lewis. 1995. Moss diversity of the tropical Andes. Pages 335-346. En: S.P Churchill, H. Balslev, E. Forero & J.L. Luteyn (eds.). Biodiversity and Conservation of Neotropical Montane Forests. The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx.

Churchill, S.P., D. Griffin III & J. Muñoz. 2000. A checklist of the mosses of the tropical Andean countries. Ruizia 17: 1-203.

Churchill, S.P., N.N. Sanjines A., A. Fuentes C. & R. Lozano. 2008. Additions to the Bolivian bryophyte flora. Tropical Bryology 29: 54-59. [11 hepatics and 7 mosses recorded as new to the country; 21 additional of rare and uncommon bryophytes recorded].

Churchill, S.P., C. Aldana & E. Calzadilla. 2010. Bryophytes of Bolivia. http://tropicos.org/Project/BMP
Decker, M. 2004. Composición y diversidad de comunidades de musgos en tres localidades de la Siberia (Santa Cruz-Bolivia). Tesis Licenciatura. Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba. 154 p. [32 families, 60 genera, 132 species]

Dorr, L.J. 1991. The vascular plant collections of R. S. Williams from Bolivia and Peru (1901-1902). Brittonia 43: 211-239. [Excellent account of Williams travels in Peru and Bolivia. Provides itinerary, localities, map, and photograph of Williams.]

Drehwald, U. 2003. Los bosques de Amboró: cambios en la biodiversidad y biomonitoreo. Pages 23-33. En: J. Blanes J. (compilador). Parque Nacional Amboró: Aproximación Multidisciplinaria a su Zona de Amortiguamiento. Ministerio de Desarrollo Sostenible, Proyecto de Fortalecimiento Institucional al MDS (BID 929). [Study included 29 hepatics, and 32 mosses.]

Drehwald, U. 2005. Biomonitoring of disturbance in neotropical rainforests using bryophytes as indicators. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 97: 117-126.

Frey, G., W. Frey & H. Kürschner. 2012. High altitude bryophytes from the Cordillera Real in Bolivia. Nova Hedwigia 95: 165-182. [7 liverworts, 79 mosses, 3 new country records.]

Fuentes, A. & S. Churchill. 2005[2006]. Catálogo preliminar de las briófitas de la región de Madidi, Bolivia. Ecología en Bolivia 40: 170-198. [505 bryophytes species listed; hepatics: 135 species, 60 genera, 22 families; anthoceros:1; mosses: 369 species, 168 genera, 54 families.]

Fuentes, A. & J. Muñoz. 2002. Contribution to the bryoflora of Bolivia. I. Lowland mosses from two protected areas in the Department of Santa Cruz. Journal of Bryology 24: 165-167. [40 species listed, 6 new records to the country.]

Funk, V.A. & S.A. Mori. 1989. A bibliography of plant collectors in Bolivia. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 70: i-iii, 1-20.

Grolle, R. 1968. Eine neue Syzygiella aus Bolivia. The Bryologist 71: 354-356. [Syzygiella inouei Grolle]


Gradstein, S.R. 1995. Diversity of Hepaticae and Anthocerotae in montane forests of the tropical Andes. Pages 321-334. En: S.P. Churchill, H. Balslev, E. Forero & J.L. Luteyn (eds.). Biodiversity and Conservation of Neotropical Montane Forests. New York Botanical Garden, New York. [Estimated diversity for the tropical Andes at ca. 800-900 species, 135 genera, 42 families.]

Gradstein, S.R., S.P. Churchill & N. Salazar Allen. 2001. Guide to the Bryophytes of Tropical America. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 86: 1-577. [Neotropical diversity estimated for hepatics: 41 families, 191 genera and ca. 1350 species; hornworts: 3 families, 7 genera and 30 species; mosses: 76 families, 402 genera and 2600 species.]

Gradstein, S.R., R.I. Meneses Q. & B.A. Arabe. 2003. Catalogue of the Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Bolivia. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 93: 1-67. [415 species of hepatics distributed among 99 genera and 32 families, 2 species of hornworts; ca. 235 species listed as erroneous or doubtful, nearly all Stephani names, 425 species listed as synonyms.]

Hermann, F.J. 1976. Recopilación de los Musgos de Bolivia. The Bryologist 79: 125-171. [1222 species listed.]

Hermann, F.J. & H. Robinson. 1974. Additions to the bryophyte flora of Bolivia. The Bryologist 77: 643-645. [12 hepatics and 14 mosses listed as new records for Bolivia.]

Heinrichs, J. & S.R. Gradstein. 1999. On Plagiochila longiramea Steph. (Hepaticae), a poorly known species of Bolivia. Candollea 54: 73-81.

Herzog, T. 1909[1910]. Beiträge zur Laubmoosflora von Bolivia. Beihefte Botanischen Centralblatt 26: 45-102. [73 new moss species described , 2 new genera: Polymerodon, Wollnya; species list provided for Chiquitos (19 spp.), Río Blanco (33), Santiago de Chiquitos (57 spp.), Cerro Amboró (500-1000 m: 32 spp., 1000-1250 m: 5 spp., 1250-1700 m: 13 spp.), Río Paracti near Incacorral (2100-2800 m: 115 spp., 2900-3300 m: 44 spp., 3300-4000 m: 46 spp.).]

Herzog, T. 1910. Weitere Beträge zur Laubmoosflora von Bolivia. Beihefte Botanischen Centralblatt 27: 348-358. [10 species, 1 variety described as new.]

Herzog, T. 1916. Die Bryophyten meiner zweiten Reise durch Bolivia. Bibliotheca Botanica 87:1-347. [1193 bryophytes listed - 719 mosses and 474 hepatics; number of new taxa: 271 mosses, 252 hepatics; calculations based on a review by A.L. Andrews (1920. Bolivian bryophytes of Herzog’s second journey. Bryologist 23: 9-10.)]

Herzog, T. 1916a. Neue Laubmoose aus Ostasien und Südamerika. Hedwigia 57: 233-250. [4 new species described for Bolivia, all from Herzog’s first trip to the eastern Chiquitano lowlands.]

Herzog, T. 1920. Die Bryophyten meiner zweiten Reise Durch Bolivia. Nachtrag. Bibliotheca Botanica 88: 1-31. [3 hepatic species listed, plus 7 new species described: 51 moss species listed, plus 24 new species and 7 new varieties described.]

Herzog, T. 1923. Die Pflanzenwelt der bolivischen Anden und ihres öslichen Vorlandes. En: A. Engler & D. Drude, Die Vegetation der Erde 15: 1-259.

Herzog, T. 1927. Zwei Bryophytensammlungen aus Südamerika. Hedwigia 67: 249-268. [Bolivian collections made by O. Buchtien. 9 hepatic species listed with 2 new species; 42 mosses listed plus 7 new species, 5 new varieties, 1 new form.]

Herzog, T. 1932. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Gattung Plagiochila. I. Neotropische Arten. Hedwigia 72: 195-242.

Herzog, T. 1934. Die Bryophyten der Andenreisen von C. Troll (Bolivia, Colombia, Panama). Hedwigia 74: 79-114. [Bolivia - 29 hepatics listed, description of 5 new species and 2 new varieties; 64 moss species, description of a new species and variety.]

Herzog, T. 1942. Beiträge zur Kenntnis neotropischer Bryophyten. Beihefte Botanischen Centralblatt 61: 559-590. [16 hepatic species listed, plus 5 new species described; 3 moss species listed.]

Kessler, M. 2000. Altitudinal zonation of Andean cryptogam communities. Journal of Biogeography 27: 275-282.

Lewis, M. 1983. Bryophyte collecting in the Bolivian Andes. Bulletin, Field Museum of Natural History 54: 11-13.

Lewis, M. 1990a. The bryological exploration of Bolivia - Past and present. Bryological Times 53: 1-5. [Discussion of bryophyte collectors in Bolivia, map showing localities.]

Lewis, M. 1990b. Authors of species reported from Bolivia: Hall of fame or infamy. Bryological Times 55: 7.

Lewis, M. 1991. Musgos. Pages 123-149. En E. Forno & M. Baudoin (eds.), Historia Natural de un Valle en Los Andes: La Paz. Servicio Gráfico Quipus, La Paz. [112 species and morpho-species listed, with keys and illustrations.]

Lewis, M. Unpublished manuscript. Historia Natural de los Musgos de Bolivia: Marko en Musgolandia. [Copy on file at LPB.]

Lewis, M. & C. Tapia. 1990. História natural de Choquetanga. I. Exploraciones geográficas y arqueológicas en las serranías de Lulini y Choquecamiri. Ecología en Bolivia 15: 25-55. [Mosses discussed on page 29.]

Lozano A., R. 2005. Aporte al conocimiento de la riqueza y composición de la flora de musgos del bosque Tucumano-Boliviano, comunidad de Nuevo Mundo: Provincia Belisario Boeto, Depto. de Chuquisaca. Universidad Mayor Real y Pontificia de San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca, Sucre. Tesis Licenciatura. (i-viii) 74 p. [34 families, 59 genera, and 79 species]

Maillard Z., O. & E. Caballero. 2003. Nidificación del Gallito de la Roca (Rupicola peruviana) en el valle de San Onofre, Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ornitologia Neotropical 14: 263-265. [3 mosses listed: Chryso-hypnum diminutivum. Neckeropsis disticha, Racopilum tomentosum; indentification by S. Churchill.]

McQueen, C.B. 1997. Niche diversification of Sphagnum in Bolivia. Tropical Bryology 13: 65-73. [8 species of Sphagnum studied.]

Mogro C., F.I. 2008. Diversidad de musgos en un gradiante altitudinal Parque Nacional Carrasco (PNC) Cochabamba – Bolivia. Licenciatura en Biología. Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba. i-vii, 78 p.

Montagne. C. 1838. Centurie de plantes cellulaires exotiques nouvelles, Musci. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Botanique 2, 9: 38-57.

Montagne, C. 1839. Hepaticae: Pages 49-86; Musci: Pages 86-116; pl. 1-3. In A. d'Orbigny, Voyage dans l'Amérique Méridionale. P. Bertrand, Paris. View: http://www.botanicus.org/page/1024356. [28 species, 4 previously described as new (Montagne, 1838); of the 28, 12 are considered erroneous reports and excluded from Bolivia, e.g., Climacium dendroides (Hedw.) F. Weber & D. Mohr, Neckera pennata Hedw., Rhodobryum giganteum (Schwägr.) Paris.]

Müller, C. 1897. Prodromus bryologiae bolivianae. Nuovo Giornale Botanico Italiano 4: 5-50, 113-168. [216 species listed, 208 as new species. Based mainly on the collections by Germain, Mandon, Rusby, few collections also made by Bang and Lorentz.]

Müller, K. 1955. Lebermoose aus Südamerika. Feddes Repertorium 58: 59-74. [17 species list, 1 new species; collections made by Eberhard Schmidt, mainly from Coroisco, “Nord-Yungas,” and Rio Verde of the Serranía Ricardo Franco.]

Müller, J. & J. Heinrichs. 1999. Two poorly known Plagiochila species (Plagiochilaceae, Hepaticae) from Bolivia. Revista Sociedad Boliviana de Botánica 2: 157-164. [Plagiochila andina and P. validissima described and illustrated.]

Perkins, J. 1913. Beiträge zur Flora von Bolivia. Botanische Jahrbücher für systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 49: 170-233.

Reese, W.D. 1979. New records of Bolivian mosses. Phytologia 43: 337-338. [9 listed species, 5 new records for Bolivia.]

Roth, G. 1916. Nachtrag III. Zu Band I der außereuropäischen Laubmoose von 1910/1911. Hedwigia 57: 257-262. [8 species of Andreaea originally described by Brotherus and Herzog redescribed by Roth.]

Sanjines A., N.N. 2004. Briofitos terrestres en el páramo yungueño del Cerro Hornuni – Cotapata: Especies y comunidades. Universidad Mayor San Andrés, La Paz. Tesis Licenciatura. 82 p. [hepatics: 15 families, 20 genera, 56 species; mosses: 13 families, 15 genera, 23 species.]

Serrano, M., L. Arroyo Padilla & B.K. Holst. 1997. Appendix 1. Plant collections from the Río Urucuti Basin, south central Chuquisaca, Bolivia. Pages 43-61. En: T. S. Schulenberg & K. Awbrey (eds.), A rapid assessment of the humid forests of South Central Chuquisaca, Bolivia. RAP Working Papers 8. Conservation International. [16 species of mosses listed.]

Spruce, R. 1890. Hepaticae boliviannae, in Andibus Boliviae orientalis, annis 1885-6, a el. H. H. Rusby lectae. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 1: 114-140. [100 hepatic species enumerated, 27 described as new species, 3 new varieties.]

Stephani, F. 1898-1924. Species Hepaticarum 1: 1-413 (1898-1900); 2: 1-165 (1901-1906); 3: 1-693 (1905-1908); 4: 1-824 (1909-1912); 5: 1-1044 (1912-1917); 6: 1-763 (1917-1924). Genève.
Stephani, F. 1913. Hepaticae. En: J. Perkins, Beiträge zur Flora von Bolivia. Botanische Jahrbücher für systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 49: 173-174. [3 species listed.]

Stephani, F. 1916. Hepaticae. Pages 173-268. En: T. Herzog, Die Bryophyten meiner zweiten Reise durch Bolivia. Bibliotheca Botanica 87.

Thériot, I. 1929. Mousses de Bolivie. Recoltees par le P. Felix Jaffuel. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 33: 135-141. [47 species listed, 12 as new species, 1 as new variety.]

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Williams, R.S. 1903. Bolivian mosses, I. Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3: 104-134. [128 species listed, 26 as new species; also 9 species listed for Peru, 4 as new species.]

Williams, R.S. 1909. Bolivian mosses, II. Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 6: 227-261. [188 species listed, 17 as new species; also 5 species listed for Peru, one as a new species.]

Williams, R.S. 1915. Mosses from the west coast of South America. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club42: 393-422. [Based on the collections of Rose & Rose, July-October 1914, from the countries of Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Bolivia: 10 species; Chile: 9 species, 5 as new species; Peru: 26 species, 7 as new species.]

Yamada, K. 2000. A collection of the genus Radula (Radulaceae, Hepaticae) made by Marko Lewis in Bolivia. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 88: 257-265. [16 species listed, 8 new records for Bolivia.]

Zhu Rui-Liang & M.E. Reiner-Drehwald. 2004. Lejeunea boliviensis, a remarkable species with bizarre underleaves and eplicate perianths. The Bryologist107: 237-241.

 
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