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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
4344 Shaw Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63110
USA

Education
Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 1992
B.S., Sun Yatsen University, China, 1982
 
Floristic relationships of East Asian bryophytes Systematics and Taxonomy of mosses Mosses of Asia Digital Flora
 
For Dr. He’s complete CV with list of publications, click here (Adobe Acrobat Reader required).
Research Projects Moss Flora of China Moss Flora of Thailand Taxonomic revision of the moss genus Ectropothecium Inventory of bryophytes in Indochina
Selected Publications He, S. 2019. Disentangling the taxonomy and morphology of Ectropothecium (Bryophyta: Hypnaceae), with comments on its generic relationships and Neoptychophyllum, a new name for the genus Ptychophyllum. Bryophyte Diversity and Evolution 41: 17–34. He, S. & W.R. Buck. 2018. Phantomia vadimii (Dicranaceae), a new moss genus and species from northern Vietnam. Novon 26(1): 9–13. He, S., X.-L. Yan, L. He & P. Sukkharak. 2018. Notes on the distribution of Venturiella perrottetii (Bryophyta: Erpodiaceae), with new records reported from Myanmar and Thailand. Phytotaxa 362(3): 297–300. He, S., P. Sukkharak & S. Chantanaorrapint. 2018. Pseudoparaphysanthus linisii (Neckeraceae), a new combination and a new record to mainland Southeast Asia. J. Bryol. 40(2): 143–148. Yi, Y.-J., Z.-W. Sun, S. He & M. Sulayman. 2018. A study of molecular sequences, sexuality, and morphological variation in Plagiomnium carolinianum, P. maximoviczii, and P. rhynchophorum (Bryophyta, Mniaceae). Phytotaxa 375(1): 81–91. Zhao, D.-P.,  S. Mamitimin & S. He. 2018. Didymodon kunlunensis D.P. Zhao, S. Mamtimin & S. He (Pottiaceae), a new species from Xinjiang, China. J. Bryol. 40(2): 120–124. He, S. & K. S. Nguyen. 2016. Aerobryum brevicuspis (Meteoriaceae), A New Species from Northern Vietnam. J. Bryol. 38: 230–234. Yi, Y.J. & S. He. 2015. Atrichum laoshanense, a new species of Polytrichaceae from eastern China. J. Bryol. 37: 292–296. Yi, Y. J., S. He & W. Z. Ma. 2015. Hyophila flavolimbata, a new species of Pottiaceae from northwestern Yunnan, China. Phytotaxa 231(2): 182–186. Li, X.-Q., Q. Zuo, M. Li, S. He, Y. Jia & Y.-F. Wang. 2015. Phylogenetic relationships and species delimitation among the taxa with propagula in Pseudotaxiphyllum (Plagiotheciaceae, Bryophyta). J. Syst. Evol. 53: 179–190. Yi, Y.-J. & S. He. 2014. Plagiomnium guizhouense (Plagiomniaceae), a new species from Guizhou, China. J. Bryol. 36(4): 291–294. Ma, W.-Z., S. He & J.R. Shevock. 2014. A geographical extension of the South American genus Eobruchia (Bruchiaceae) to Asia with a new species E. sichuaniana from China. Bryologist 117: 37–42. Lou, Y.X., S. He & S.-L. Guo. 2014. Using macroclimatic models to estimate the distribution ranges of taxonomically challenging taxa-An example with Macromitrium cavaleriei (Orthotrichaceae). J. Bryol. 36(4): 271–278. Li, M., M. Ignatov, S. Huttunen, S. He & Y.-F. Wang. 2014. Phylogenetic position of the genus Bryhnia Kaurin (Brachytheciaceae, Bryophyta) inferred from chloroplast (rp/16, trnG, trnL-F) and nuclear (ITS) sequence data. J. Bryol. 36: 15–21. He, S. 2013. Barbula satoi (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida), a New Combination from China and Notes on the Circumscription of Sinocalliergon. Novon 23: 47–50. He, S. 2012. Gollania adunca (Musci: Hypnaceae), a new species from Vietnam and a genus new to Indochina. Polish Bot. J. 57(1): 59–62. He, S. & S. K. Nguyen. 2012. New records and an updated checklist of the mosses of Vietnam. Trop. Bryol. 34: 32–88. He, S. & J. S. Song. 2011. The mosses of Jeju Island, Korea: New records and an updated checklist. J. Phytogeogr. Taxon. 58: 97–108. Shevock, J. R., R. Ochyra, S. He & D. G. Long. 2011. Yunnanobryon, a new rheophytic moss genus from southwest China. Bryologist 114: 194–203. 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.