The latest issue of Bryophyte Diversity and Evolution. has been published. Volume 40, No 2 is dedicated to the late Jochen Heinrichs, see In Memoriam to Jochen Heinrichs (1969–2018).
- Morphology supports the setaphyte hypothesis: mosses plus liverworts form a natural group by Renzaglia et al.
- Propaguliferous species of Pohlia (Mielichhoferiaceae) in China, including two new records for China by Liu et al.
- Cleaning a taxonomic dustbin: placing the European Hypnum species in a phylogenetic context! by Schlesiak et al.
- Divergence time analyses suggest a Miocene origin of the narrow Amazonian endemic rheophytic Ceratolejeunea temnantha (Spruce) Reiner-Drehwald (Porellales, Lejeuneaceae) by Sierra et al.
- A new species of Frullania (Marchantiophyta: Frullaniaceae) from the Andes of Peru, and a range extension for F. holostipula to Bolivia by Atwood et al.
- One more species in the genus Jungermannia (Marchantiophyta: Jungermanniaceae) by Mamontov et al.
- Frullania grabenhorstii sp. nov., a fossil liverwort (Jungermanniopsida: Frullaniaceae) with perianth from Bitterfeld amber by Feldberg et al.
- Unveiling the enigmatic and ambiguous: A new Frullania species from New Caledonia by Larraín et al.
- Geocalyx heinrichsii sp. nov., the first representative of Geocalycaceae (Jungermanniales, Marchantiophyta) in Baltic amber by Katagiri