COSEWIC assessment and status report on the Alkaline Wing-nerved Moss in Canada
- Assessment Summary
- Executive Summary
- COSEWIC History, Mandate, Membership and Definitions
- Lists of Figures and Tables
- Species Information
- Population Sizes and Trends
- Limiting Factors and Threats
- Special Significance of the Species
- Existing Protection or Other Status
- Summary of Status Report
- Technical Summary
- Acknowledgements, Authorities Contacted, and Information Sources
- Biographical Summary of Report Writer and Collections Examined
The late V. Krajina translated important portions of the papers by Abramova et al. (1973) and Vanek (1952). Wynne Miles made helpful comments on the manuscript. Fred Knezevich and Don Gayton provided field assistance. Bruce Bennett kindly collected mosses in the Yukon.
Funding for the preparation of this status report was provided by the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada.
John A. Christy
Wetland Ecologist, Oregon Natural Heritage Program
Herbarium Research Associate, Oregon State University
Ecologist, Ministry of Forests, Williams Lake, British Columbia
Grassland Ecologist, Forest Research Extension Partnership (FORREX), Nelson, British Columbia
Private Consultant, range ecologist, Williams Lake, British Columbia
Ecologist, Victoria, British Columbia
W. B. Schofield
Professor Emeritus, Botany Department
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Soils Expert, University College of the Cariboo,
Kamloops, British Columbia.
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Anderson, L.E., H.A. Crum, & W.R. Buck. 1990. The mosses of North America North of Mexico. The Bryologist 93(4): 448-499.
BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer. 2003. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Available at: http://srmapps.gov.bc.ca/apps/eswp/ (accessed 2003).
Ireland, R.R., G.R. Brassard, W.B. Schofield, & D.H. Vitt. 1987. Checklist of mosses of Canada II. Lindbergia 13: 1-62.
McIntosh, T.T. 1986. The bryophytes of the semi-arid steppe of south-central British Columbia. Ph.D. Dissertation. Botany Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
McIntosh, T.T. 1989. New and interesting bryophytes of the semi-arid steppe of British Columbia; including four species new to North America. The Bryologist 92(3): 292‑295.
McIntosh, T.T. and K. Paige. 2001. Draft Identified Wildlife Species Account: Alkaline wing-nerved moss, Pterygoneurum kozlovii Laz. Wildlife Branch, BC Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks. Victoria, B.C.
Missouri Botanical Garden. 2002. The Moss Flora of China.
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Ryan, M.W. 1996. Bryophytes of British Columbia: rare species and priorities for inventory. Res. Br., B.C. Min. For., and Wildl. Br., B.C. Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks. Victoria, B.C., Work. Pap. 12.
Savicz-Ljubitzkaja L.I. & Z.N. Smirnova. 1970. The Handbook of the Mosses of the U.S.S.R.: The Mosses Acrocarpous. Academy of Science of the U.S.S.R., Komarov Botanical Institute, Leningrad. (In Russian)
Vanek, R. 1952. Pterygoneurum smardaeanum Vanek sp. n. Preslia 24: 211-215.
Zander, R.H. 1993. Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Vol. 32, Buffalo.
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