REKAMAN BARU TUMBUHAN LUMUT SEJATI DI PULAU ENGGANO, SUMATERA

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Enggano Island is a small island in northwest Bengkulu, Sumatera. The mosses diversity of Enggano Island has ever been reported, unfortunately it has never been identified to species. The inventory of Enggano’s mosses reported 49 species comprising 27 genera and 12 families. Aerobryopsis wallichii (Brid.) M. Fleisch is a dominant species of mosses in study site.  Five families consisting of 17 genera and 49 species are new records to Enggano’s mosses. Two species namely are Fissidens robinsonii Broth. and Syrrhopodon semilimber (Mitt.) Besch are recorded as new record to Enggano Island and probably are also found in main island, Sumatera. 


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diversity, Enggano Island, mosses, new record

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14203/bkr.v20i2.419

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