The Mosses of Madre de Dios, Peru
By Piers Majestyk and John Janovec
Publication Date: 01 September 2011
Copyright © 2011 Botanical Research Institute of Texas
Specifications: 7"×10" (pbk)
About the Book
In this field manual the authors present a guide to the mosses currently known from eastern Madre de Dios, Peru, with focus on the Los Amigos River watershed and specifically, the Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Concession. Treated are some 63 species in 40 genera and 28 families. Keys, detailed descriptions, ecological information, and illustrations (61 b/w line drawings, 6 color plates) are provided. A glossary, reference section, and index are included.
About the Authors
Dr. Piers Majestyk is a postdoctoral fellow at Duke University. He is focused on taxonomic studies of poorly understood genera/families of bryophytes. He also has interests in floristic studies within North America and in tropical regions throughout the world.
Dr. John Janovec is a research botanist and head of the Andes to Amazon Biodiversity Program at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. He is focused on field and museum investigations of neotropical Myristicaceae and the flora of the Andes-Amazon region of southeastern Peru.