|Title||Bryophytes new to Michigan. II|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1969|
|Authors||Crum HA, Miller NG|
A continuation of bryological activity in various parts of Michigan during the past year has resulted in a number of interesting additions to the state flora. In addition to the four taxa reported here, 14 species new to the state, to be reported by others but named or confirmed by us, might be given cursory mention in the interest of unifying records: Lophozia muelleri, Sphagnum annulatum var. porosum, S. auriculatum, S. contortum, S. platyphyllum, S. pulchrum, S. riparium, S. subfulvum, S. subnitens, Fissidens exilis, Eucladium verticillatum, Physcomitrella patens, Sematophyllum demissum, Schwetschkeopsis fabronia.