Publications by Ray Tangney

Books/Book chapters

Ebach, M. and Tangney, R.S. (eds.) 2007.  Biogeography in a changing world.  Systematics Association Special Volume Series 70. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Newton, A.E. and Tangney, R.S. (eds.) (2007)  Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution.  Systematics Association Special Volume Series 71. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Tangney, R.S.  2007.  Sympodial and monopodial growth in mosses: examples from the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida).  Chapter 15. In : Newton, A.E. and RS Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Tangney, R.S. 2007.  Biogeography of austral pleurocarpous mosses: distribution patterns in the Australasian region.  Chapter 19. In : Newton, AE and RS Tangney (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution.  Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Peer-reviewed papers

Quandt D, Tangney RS, Frahm J-P, Frey W.  (2000)  A molecular contribution for understanding the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida) based on noncoding chloroplast regions (cpDNA) and ITS2 (nrDNA) sequence data.  Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory  89: 71-92.

Quandt D, Huttunen S, Tangney R, Stech M. (2009) Back to the future? Molecules take us back to the 1925 classification of the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida). Systematic Botany 34 (3): 1–12.

Stech, M, Sim-Sim, M., Esquivel, MG, Fontinha, S, Tangney, R, Lobo, C, Gabriel, R, Quandt D. (2008)  Explaining the ‘anomalous’ distribution of Echinodium (Bryopsida: Echinodiaceae): independent evolution in Macaronesia and Australasia. Organisms Diversity and Evolution 8: 282-292.

Tangney, R.S. (1988) Ecological studies of a marine terrace sequence in the Waitutu Ecological District of southern New Zealand. Part 2: The bryophyte communities. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand Volume 18 (1): 59-78.

Tangney, R.S. (1989) Moss biogeography in the Tasman Sea region. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 16: 665-678.

Tangney, R.S., A.F. Mark and J.B. Wilson (1990) The bryophyte island biogeography of Lake Manapouri, Fiordland, New Zealand. Oikos 59: 21-26. Lorimer, S.D, Barns, G., Evans, A.C., Foster, L.M., May, B.C.H., Perry, N.B., Tangney, R.S. (1996) Cytotoxicity and antimicrobial activity of plants from New Zealand's subantarctic islands. Phytomedicine 2 (4): 327-333.

Tangney, R.S. (1997) A systematic evaluation of the Lembophyllaceae, Musci. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81: 123-153.

Tangney, R.S. (1997) A taxonomic revision of Camptochaete Reichdt. (Musci: Lembophyllaceae). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81: 53-121.

Tangney, R.S. and A.J. Fife. (1997) The occurrence of Ptychomnion densifolium in New Zealand. Journal of Bryology 19: 821-827.

Tangney, R.S. (1998) The architecture of the Lembophyllaceae (Musci). 1998. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 84: 37-47.

Tangney, R.S. (1998) Architecture and growth form in mosses. Bryological Times 96: 2-3.

Tangney RS, Fife AJ. (2003) A review of the genus Fallaciella (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae), including a new species from South Island, New Zealand. Journal of Bryology 25: 121-128.

Tangney RS.  2003.  The problem with biogeography.  The Systematist 22: 6-10.

Tangney, RS.  2006.  Phyllodioicy in Lembophyllum (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae)  Journal of Bryology 28: 382-384.

Tangney, RS.  2008.  A review of Lembophyllum Lindb. (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae).  Journal of Bryology 30 (1): 41-47.

Tangney, RS. (2010) Lectotypification of Leskea mollis Hedw. Journal of Bryology 32 (2): 147-148.

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