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Si He, Ph.D.,Si He, Ph.D.
Curator
Research

office phone: + 1 (314) 577-9543
fax: + 1 (314) 577-9596
email: si.he@mobot.org

Missouri Botanical Garden
P.O. Box 299
St. Louis, MO 63166-0299
USA

Education
Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 1992
B.S., Sun Yatsen University, China, 1982
Taxonomy of mosses Floristics of Asian bryophytes Digital Flora
Available upon request
Research EmphasesMoss Flora of China Floristic relationships of East Asian bryophytes (China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam) Monographic studies of Pleurocarpous mosses (Neckeraceae, etc.
Selected Publications Jia, Y. & S. He. 2010. New synonyms and new combinations of Himalayan species of Brotherella (Sematophyllaceae, Bryopsida). Bryologist 113: 246-251. Enroth, J. S. Olsson, S. He, J. R. Shevock & D. Quandt. 2010. When morphology and molecules tell us different stories, part 2: Pinnatella homaliadelphoides (Neckeraceae), a new moss species from China and India. Tropical Bryology 31: 67-75. Shevock, J. R., R. Ochyra, S. He & D. G. Long. 2010. Yunnanobryon, a new rheophytic moss genus from southwest China. Bryologist 114 (in press). He, S., J. R. Shevock & P. L. Redfearn. 2009. Dixonia orientalis and Trismegistia korthalsii new to mainland China, Taiwan and Hainan Islands. Tropical Bryology 30: 72-76. He, S. 2008. Plagiothecium shevockii (Plagiotheciaceae), a new species from Taiwan. Novon 18: 344-346. He, S. & Jong-Suk Song. 2008. New records of mosses from Ulleung Island, Korea. Journal of Phytogeography and Taxonomy 55: 99-102. He, S. & L. Zhang. 2008. Symphysodontella siamensis (Pterobryaceae), a moss genus confirmed for China. Bryologist 111: 501-504. Guo, S.-L. & S. He. 2008. A New Species of Macromitrium (Orthotrichaceae) from Hainan, China. Bryologist 111: 505-509. Guo, S.-L. & S. He. 2008. Macromitirum cavaleriei, a little known moss from China with four new synonyms (Musci: Orthotrichaceae). Journal of Bryology 30: 264-270 He, S. & L. Zhang. 2007. Neckeropsis moutieri (Neckeraceae), a Southeast Asia Species New to China. J. Trop. Subtrop. Bot. 15(6): 545-548. He, S. 2006. Notes on the genus Diaphanodon, with a new interpretation of Diaphanodon blandus (Leskeaceae, Bryopsida). J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 100: 119-124.