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Bell, N. E. & A. E. Newton2007 Pleurocarpy in the rhizogoniaceous grade. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 41–64
Buck, W. R.2007 The history of pleurocarp classification: two steps forward, one step back. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 1–18
Collinson, M. E.1991 Diversification of modern heterosporous pteridophytes. In: S. Blackmore & S. H. Barnes (editors), Pollen and Spores: Patterns of Diversification Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.44: 119–150
Hedenäs, L.2007 Morphological characters and their use in pleurocarpous moss systematics. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 227–245
Hedenäs, L. & A. Vanderpoorten2007 The Amblystegiaceae and Calliergonaceae. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 163–176
Ho, B. C. & H. (J. D.) Kruijer2007 Growth patterns in Calyptrochaeta Desv. (Daltoniaceae). In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 111–115
Huttunen, S. & D. Quandt2007 Phylogenetic relationships within the moss family Meteoriaceae in the light of different datasets, alignment and analysis methods. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 145–162
Huttunen, S., A. A. Gardiner & M. S. Ignatov2007 Advances in knowledge of the Brachytheciaceae (Bryophyta). In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 117–143
Ignatov, M. S. & D. E. Shcherbakov2007 Did pleurocarpous mosses originate before the Cretaceous? In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 321–336
Ignatov, M. S. & L. Hedenäs2007 Homologies of stem structures in pleurocarpous mosses, especially of pseudoparaphyllia and similar structures. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 269–286
Ignatov, M. S., A. A. Gardiner, V. K. Bobrova, I. A. Milyutina, S. Huttunen & A. V. Troitsky2007 On the relationships of mosses of the order Hypnales, with special reference to taxa traditionally classified in the Leskeaceae. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 177–213
Kruijer, H. J. D. & R. Blöcher2007 Reevaluation of the phylogeny of the Hypopterygiaceae (Bryophyta) based on morphological and molecular data. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 65–109
Kungu, E. M., R. Longton & L. Bonner2007 Character reduction and peristome morphology in Entodontaceae: constraints on an information source. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 247–268
Medina, N. G., I. Draper & F. Lara2011 Biogeography of mosses and allies: does size matter? In D. Fontaneto (ed.), Biogeography of microscopic organisms: is everything small everywhere? Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.79: 209–233
Mishler, B. D.2007 Foreword. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: [v–vi]
Morawetz, W. & M. R. A. Samuel1989 Karyological patterns in the Hamamelidae Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.40(2): 131–135
Newton, A. & R. Tangney2007 Preface. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: [vii–xii]
Newton, A. E.2007 Branching architecture in pleurocarpous mosses. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 287–307
Newton, A. E. & R. S. Tagney (eds.)2007 Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: [i–xviii] 1–434 + CD
Newton, A. E., N. Wikström, N. Bell, L. L. Forrest & M. S. Ignatov2007 Dating the diversification of the pleurocarpous mosses. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 337–366
O'Brien, T. J.2007 The phylogenetic distribution of pleurocarpous mosses: evidence from cpDNA sequences. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 19–40
Oliván, G., L. Hedenäs & A. E. Newton2007 Phylogeny of Hygrohypnum Lindb. based on molecular data. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 215–226
Pedersen, N. & A. E. Newton2007 Phylogenetic and morphological studies within the Ptychomniales, with emphasis on the evolution of dwarf males. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 367–392
Tangney, R.2007 Biogeography of austral pleurocarpous mosses: distribution pattens in the Australasian region. In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 393–407
Tangney, R.2007 Sympodial and monopodial growth in mosses: examples from the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida). In A. E. Newton & R. S. Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.71: 309–319
van Uffelen, G. A.1991 The control of spore wall formation. In: S. Blackmore & S. H. Barnes (editors), Pollen and Spores, Patterns of Diversification Syst. Assoc. Special Vol.44: 89–102
 
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