Jesús Muñoz
  • Director del Real Jardín Botánico, CSIC
  • Investigador científico
  • Especialidad:

    Systematics of Grimmiaceae, climate change, Long Distance Dispersion by wind

  • Línea de investigación: Hongos y briófitos
  • Director del Programa de Master y Doctorado: "Biodiversidad en áreas tropicales y su conservación"

  • Perfil profesional

    My current research interests are mainly three-fold, and although apparently unrelated, the two latter arise from my life-long interest on moss taxonomy, especially of the genus Grimmia

    Systematics of the moss family Grimmiaceae
    I use both classical and new tools to study the systematic of the moss family Grimmiaceae in a world-wide basis. Although mainly focused on the genus Grimmia, the study of its phylogenetic relationships led me to include all the genera in the family, as well as the members of the family Pthychomitriaceae (Campylostelium, Glyphomitrium, and Ptychomitrium). The Grimmia taxonomy in Muñoz & Pando (2000) has been adopted by the Species 2000 organization.

    Ecological modelling and climate change consequences in diversity
    I am part of the Kraken research group, which main objective is the development of simulation methods and models that can be applied to the study of biological and environmental processes. We integrate museum data (presence-only) and survey data (presence/absence) with remote-sensing data to examine individual species’ distributions that, combined, are used to explore diversity richness patterns. We also study the use of these diversity patterns in the formulation of explicit conservation and management strategies.

    Currently we are focused in the study of predictive modelling methods applied to generation of suitability spatial models, and also in the role of climate change on the diversity patterns change. We are also actively investigating the environmental applications of satellite data as QuikSCAT, ASTER and VEGETATION.

    Long-Distance Dispersal by wind
    Just a superficial look to moss distributions in the Southern Hemisphere (or in the Northern Hemisphere, for that matter) shows the striking fact that localities separated by immense spans of ocean share many species. This fact was until recently explained by vicariance: mosses are old, ‘evolutionary handicaped’ organisms that since the breakup of Gondwana have not changed much.

    We have demonstrated that landmasses in the Southern Hemisphere share more species of mosses, liverworts, lichens, pteridophytes, and tardigrades (small animals living in moss cushions) if they are connected by “wind highways”, and that Gondwana breakup sequence shows no correlation with the number of species shared.

    Now we are replicating the experiment on the northern Atlantic, an area where we can also use, besides the number of species in common between landmasses, genetic similarity of a set of target species. In this study we have widened the target groups to include mosses, liverworts, lichens, pteridophytes, aphids, tardigrades, Pyraloidea (Lepidoptera), and corticiaceous fungi (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycota). In this exciting study I work in collaboration with Ángel M. Felicísimo (Universidad de Extremadura), William R. Miller (Baker University, Kansas), Matthias Nuss (Museum of Zoology, Dresden), Dietmar Quandt (Technical University Dresden), and M. Teresa Tellería (Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid), among others.

     

    Selección de publicaciones
  • Cerrejón, C.; Maguilla, E.; Quandt, D.; Muñoz, J.; Luceño, M. 2018. Andreaea barbarae (Andreaeaceae, Bryophytina), a new moss species from Lesotho. Phytotaxa. 336(2):148-158. 

    https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.336.2.2
  • Ellis, L.T.; Wilbraham, J.; Aleffi, M.; Asthana, A.K.; Rawat, K.K.; Gupta, D.; Sahu, V.; Katiyar, P.; Asthana, G.; Srivastava, A.; Baráth, K.; Bednarek-Ochyra, H.; Bruno Silva, J.; Emanuely de Araújo Farias, C.; Rangel Germano, S.; Czernyadjeva, I.V.; Doroshina, G.Y.; Delgadillo Moya, C.; Peña Retes, P.; Erzberger, P.; Fuertes, E.; Garcia-Avila, D.; Garilleti, R.; Hedderson, T.A.; West, A.; Hugonnot, V.; Kürschner, H.; Lagrandie, J.; Lara, F.; Draper, I.; Lebouvier, M.; Lönnell, N.; Hallingbäck, T.; Mesterházy, A.; Muñoz, J.; Németh, C.S.; Park, S.J.; Sun, B.-Y.; Pérez, G.; Plášek, V.; Poponessi, S.; Vernanzoni, R.; Gigante, D.; Philippe, M.; Porley, R.D.; Sérgio, C.; Ministro, P.; Stefanut, S.; Suárez, G.M.; Flores, J.R.; Sulayman, M.; Wilding, N.; Yoon, Y.-J. 2018. New national and regional bryophyte records, 54. Journal of Bryology 40(1):74-97. 

    https://doi.org/10.1080/03736687.2018.1425573
  • Flores, J.R.; Catalano, S.A.; Muñoz, J.; Suárez, G.M. 2018. Combined phylogenetic analysis of the subclass Marchantiidae (Marchantiophyta): Towards a robustly diagnosed classification. Cladistics [in press].

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  • Suárez, G.M.; Flores, J.R.; Muñoz, J. 2018. On the identity of Schistidium malacophyllum Herzog (Grimmiacaea, Bryophyta). Phytotaxa 349(3):298-300. 

    https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.349.3.11
  • Wellenreuther, M.; Muñoz, J.; Chávez-Ríos, J.R.; Hansson, B.; Cordero-Rivera, A.; Sánchez-Guillén, R.A. 2018. Molecular and ecological signatures of an expanding hybrid zone. Ecology and Evolution 8(10):4793-4806. 

    https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4024
  • Ortega, S.; Páez, G.T.; Feria, T.P.; Muñoz, J. 2017. Climate change and the risk of spread of the fungus from the high mortality of Theobroma cacao in Latin America. Neotropical Biodiversity 3: 30-40.

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  • Flagmeier M.; Hollingsworth P.M.; Genney D.R.; Long D.G.; Muñoz J.; Moreno-Jiménez E.; Woodin S.J. 2016. Transplanting the leafy liverwort Herbertus hutchinsiae: a suitable conservation tool to maintain oceanic-montane liverwort-rich heath?. Plant Ecology and Diversity 9(2):175-185.

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  • Martín-Torrijos, L.; Sandoval-Sierra, J.V.; Muñoz,J.; Diéguez-Uribeondo, J.; Boschb,J.; Guayasamin, J.M. 2016. Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) threaten Andean amphibians. Neotropical Biodiversity 2(1):26-36.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Broennimann, O.; Normand, S.; Petitpierre, B.; Araújo, M.B.; Svenning, J-C.; Baselga, A.; Fernández-González, F.; Gómez-Rubio,V.; Muñoz, J.; Suarez, G.M.; Luoto, M.; Guisan, A.; Vanderpoorten, A. 2016. The mossy north: an inverse latitudinal diversity gradient in European bryophytes. Scientific Report 6:25546.

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  • Patiño J.; Mateo R.G.; Zanatta F.; Marquet A.; Aranda S.C.; Borges P.A.V.; Dirkse G.; Gabriel R.; Gonzalez-Mancebo J.M.; Guisan A.; Muñoz J.; Sim-Sim M.; Vanderpoorten A. 2016. Climate threat on the Macaronesian endemic bryophyte flora. Scientific Reports 6:29156.

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  • Rivas M.; Martínez-Meyer E.; Muñoz J.; Córdoba-Aguilar A. 2016. Body temperature regulation is associated with climatic and geographical variables but not wing pigmentation in two rubyspot damselflies (Odonata: Calopterygidae). Physiological Entomology 41(2):132-142.

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  • Soler Hurtado, M.M.; Machordom Barbé, A.; Muñoz,J.; López-González, P.J. 2016. New records of the genera Leptogorgia, Pacifigorgia and Eugorgia (Octocorallia Gorgoniidae) from Ecuador, with a description of a new species. Scientia Marina 80(3):369-394.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Broennimann, O.; Petitpierre, B.; Muñoz, J.; van Rooy, J.; Laenen, B.; Guisan, A.; Vanderpoorten, A. 2015. What is the potential of spread in invasive bryophytes?. Ecography 38:480-487.

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  • Fajardo, J.; Lessmann, J.; Bonaccorso, E.; Devenish, C.; Muñoz, J. 2014. Combined use of Systematic Conservation Planning, Species Distribution Modelling, and Connectivity Analysis reveals severe conservation gaps in a megadiverse country (Peru). PLoS ONE 9: e114367. Download Excel spreadsheet 

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  • Lessmann, J.; Muñoz, J.; Bonaccorso, E. 2014. Maximizing species conservation in continental Ecuador: a case of systematic conservation planning for biodiverse regions. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1102. Download Excel spreadsheet

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  • Sánchez-Guillén, R. A.; Muñoz, J.; Hafernik, J.; Tierney, M.; Rodríguez-Tapia, G.; Córdoba-Aguilar, A. 2014 Hybridization rate and climate change: are endangered species at risk? Journal of Insect Conservation DOI: 10.1007/s10841-014-9637-5

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  • Cezón, K.; Muñoz, J. 2013. Catálogo de los musgos de Castilla-La Mancha (España). Boletín de la Sociedad Española de Briología 40-41: 15-41.

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  • Feng, C.; Muñoz, J.; Kou, J.; Bai, X.-L. 2013. Grimmia ulaandamana (Grimmiaceae), a new moss species from China. Annales Botanici Fennici 50: 233-238.

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  • Larraín, J.; Quandt, D.; Stech, M.; Muñoz, J. 2013. Lumping or splitting? The case of Racomitrium (Bryophytina: Grimmiaceae). Taxon 62(6): 1117-1132. DOI: 10.12705/626.45

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Estrella, M.d.l.; Felicísimo, Á.M.; Muñoz, J.; Guisan, A. 2013. A new spin on a compositionalist predictive modelling framework for conservation planning: A tropical case study in Ecuador. Biological Conservation 160: 150-161.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Vanderpoorten, A.; Muñoz, J.; Laenen, B.; Désamoré, A. 2013. Modeling species distributions from heterogeneous data for the biogeographic regionalization of the European bryophyte flora. PLoS ONE 8, e55648.

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  • Sánchez-Guillén, R.A.; Muñoz, J.; Rodríguez-Tapia, G.; Arroyo, T.P.F.; Córdoba-Aguilar, A. 2013. Climate-induced range shifts and possible hybridisation consequences in insects. PLoS ONE 8: e80531.

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  • Stech, M.; Veldman, S.; Larraín, J.; Muñoz, J., Quandt, D.; Hassel, K.; Kruijer, H. 2013. Molecular species delimitation in the Racomitrium canescens complex (Grimmiaceae) and its implications for DNA barcoding of species complexes in mosses. PLoS ONE 8, e53134.

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  • Damayanti, L.; Muñoz, J.; Wicke, S.; Symmank, L.; Shaw, B.; Frahm, J.-P.; Quandt, D. 2012. Common but new: Bartramia rosamrosiae sp. nov. a "new" widespread species from the Mediterranean and western North America. Phytotaxa 73, 37-59.

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  • Estrella, M.d.l.; Mateo, R.G.; Wieringa, J.J.; Mackinder, B.; MUÑOZ, J. 2012. Legume diversity patterns in West Central Africa: implications of species biology on the significance of variables within species distribution models. PLoS ONE 7(7): e41526

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  • Faulkes, Z.; Feria, T.P.; Muñoz, J. 2012. Do Marmorkrebs, Procambarus fallax f. virginalis, threaten freshwater Japanese ecosystems? Aquatic Biosystems 8:13

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  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J. 2012. Le vent et la dispersion des plantes. Pour la Science 416: 40-46.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Felicísimo, A.M.; Potter, J.; Guisan, A.; Muñoz, J. 2012. Do stacked species distribution models reflect altitudinal diversity patterns? PLoS ONE 7(3): e32586

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  • Muñoz, J. et al. 2012. CARE, Ministerio del Ambiente, Unión Europea & Tinker Foundation (eds.). Plan de Manejo Actualizado y Priorizado del Bosque Protector Kutukú Shaimi, 2012-2017. Macas, Ecuador. CARE, Ministerio del Ambiente, Unión Europea & Tinker Foundation.

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  • Stech, M.; McDaniel, S.F.; Hernández-Maqueda, R.; Ros, R.M.; Werner, O.; Muñoz, J.; Quandt, D. 2012. Phylogeny of haplolepideous mosses - Challenges and perspectives. Journal of Bryology 34: 173-186

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  • Tellería, J.L.; Santos, T.; Refoyo, P.; Muñoz, J. 2012. Use of ring recoveries to predict habitat suitability in small passerines. Diversity & Distributions doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4642.2012.00900.x

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  • Felicísimo (Coord.), Á.M.; Mateo, R.G.; Muñoz, J.; Felipe, B.; Sánchez, J.; Salvatierra, H.C.; Herrera, M.M. 2011. FORCLIM, Bosques y cambio global. 1. Modelos de distribución de especies. Fundamentos de las IDE. Argentina. Programa CYTED, Madrid. 111 pp. ISBN: 978-84-15482-62-8.

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  • Felicísimo (Coord.), Á.M.; Muñoz, J.; Mateo, R.G.; Villalba, C.; Mateos, E. 2011. FORCLIM, Bosques y cambio global. 3. España - México. Programa CYTED, Madrid. 318 pp. ISBN: 978-84-686-0148-9.

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  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J.; Villalba, C.J.; Mateo, R.G. 2011. Impactos, vulnerabilidad y adaptación al cambio climático de la biodiversidad española. 1. Flora y vegetación. Oficina Española de Cambio Climático, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid.

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  • Feria Arroyo, T.P.; Trujano Ortega, M.; Martínez, A.M.L.; Llorente Bousquets, J.; Dale, J.M.; Muñoz, J. 2011. Efecto del cambio climático en la distribución de los lepidópteros mesoamericanos Itaballia demophile centralis Joicey & Talbot, 1928 y Pieriballia viardi viardi (Boisduval, 1836). Pp. 101-120 en G. Sánchez-Rojas, C. Ballesteros-Barrera & N. Pavón: Cambio Climático Aproximaciones para el estudio de su efecto sobre la biodiversidad. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hidalgo.

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  • Hutsemékers,V.; Szövényi, P.; Shaw, A.J.; González-Mancebo, J.-M.; Muñoz, J.;Vanderpoorten, A. 2011. Oceanic islands are not sinks of biodiversity in spore-producing plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108: 18989-18994.

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  • Larraín, J.; Quandt, D.; Muñoz, J. 2011. Bucklandiella araucana (Grimmiaceae), a new species from Chile. The Bryologist 114: 732-743.

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  • Larraín, J.; Quandt, D.; Muñoz, J. 2011. The taxonomic identity of the neglected Racomitrium stenocladum (Bryophyta, Grimmiaceae). Gayana Botánica 68: 323-326.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J. 2011. Modelos de distribución de especies: una revisión sintética. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 84(2): 217-240.

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  • Wicke, S.; Costa, A.; Muñoz, J.; Quandt, D. 2011. Restless 5S: The re-arrangement(s) and evolution of the nuclear ribosomal DNA in land plants. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 61: 321-332

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  • Aronson, J.; Aguirre, N.; Muñoz, J. 2010. Ecological restoration for future conservation professionals: training with conceptual models and practical exercises. Ecological Restoration 28(2): 175-181.

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  • Cezón, K, Muñoz, J.; Hespanhol, H. 2010. The discovery of Bryum minii Podp. ex Machado-Guim. in Spain, with new synonyms and correct authorship. The Bryologist 113(2): 371-375.

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  • Cezón, K.; Muñoz, J.; Hedenäs, L.; Huttunen, S. 2010. Rhynchostegium confusum, a new species from the Iberian Peninsula and its relation to R. confertum based on morphological and molecular data. Journal of Bryology 32(1): 1-8

  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J. 2010. El viento y la dispersión de las plantas. Investigación y Ciencia, julio 2010.

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  • Guerra, J.;  Brugués, M.; Cano, M.J.; Cros, R.M.; Álvaro, I.; Ederra, A.; Elías, M.J.; Fuertes, E.; Gallego, M.T.; Garilleti, R.; Griffin Iii, D.; Heras, P.; Infante, M.;  Jiménez, J.A.;  Lara, F.;  Mazimpaka, V.;  Muñoz, J.;  Puche, F.;  Ruiz, E.;  Sérgio, C. (eds).  2010. Flora briofítica ibérica. Vol. 4. Funariales, Splachnales, Schistostegales, Bryales, Timmiales. Murcia. Sociedad Española de Briología.

  • Mateo, R.G.; Croat, T.B.; Felicísimo, Á.M.; Muñoz, J. 2010. Profile or group discriminative techniques? Generating reliable species distribution models using pseudo-absences and target-group absences from natural history collections. Diversity and Distributions 16(1): 84-94.

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  • Mateo, R.G.; Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J. 2010. Effects of the number of presences on reliability and stability of MARS species distribution models: the importance of regional niche variation and ecological heterogeneity. Journal of Vegetation Science, 21, 908-922.

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  • González-Mancebo, J.M.; Draper, I.; Lara, F.; Marrero, J.D.; Muñoz, J.; Patiño, J.; Romaguera, F.; Vanderpoorten, A. 2009. Amendments to the bryophyte flora of the Cape Verde and Canary Islands. Cryptogamie, Bryologie, 30 (4): 433-441.

  • González-Solís, J.; Felicísimo, Á.M.; Fox, J.W.; Afanasyev, V.; Kolbeinsson, Y.; Muñoz, J. 2009. Influence of sea surface winds on shearwater migration detours. Marine Ecology Progress Series 391: 221-230.

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  • Muñoz, J.; Hespanhol, H.; Cezón, K.; Séneca, A. 2009 Grimmia horrida (Grimmiaceae), a new species from the Iberian Peninsula. The Bryologist 112(2): 325-328.

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  • Calabrese, G.M.; Muñoz, J. 2008. Zygodon (Orthotrichaceae) in the Iberian Peninsula. Bryologist 111(2): 231-247.

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  • Cezón, K.; Muñoz, J.; Kingston, N. 2008  A contribution to the bryoflora of Pitcairn and Austral Islands groups Cryptogamie. Bryologie, 29 (3): 299-305.

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  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J.; González-Solis, J. 2008. Ocean Surface Winds Drive Dynamics of Transoceanic Aerial Movements. PLoS ONE 3(8): e2928. permanent link

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  • Hernández-Maqueda, R.; Quandt, D.; Muñoz, J. 2008. Testing reticulation and adaptive convergence in the Grimmiaceae (Bryophyta). Taxon 57(2): 500-510.

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  • Hernández-Maqueda, R.; Quandt, D.; Werner, O.; Muñoz, J. 2008. Phylogeny and classification of the Grimmiaceae/Ptychomitriaceae complex (Bryophyta) inferred from cpDNA. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 46: 863-877.

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  • Ros, R. M.; Muñoz, J.; Werner, O.; Rams, S. 2008. New typifications and synonyms in Tortula sect. Pottia (Pottiaceae, Musci). Taxon 57(1): 279-288.

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  • Guerra, J.; Cros, R.M.; Brugués, M.; Cano, M.J.; Casas, C.; Ederra, A.; Garilleti, R.; Heras, P.; Infante, M.; Lara, F.; Mazimpaka, V.; Muñoz, J.; Puche, F.; Ron, M.E.; Ros, R.M.; Sérgio, C. (eds) 2007. Flora briofítica ibérica. Vol. 1. Sphagnales, Andreaeales, Polytrichales, Tetraphidales, Buxbaumiales, Diphysciales. Murcia. Sociedad Española de Briología. 181 páginas.

  • Hernández-Maqueda, R.; Quandt, D.; Werner, O.; Muñoz, J. 2007. Chloroplast data reveal two conflicting hypotheses for the positions of Campylostelium and Grimmia pitardii (Bryophyta). Taxon, 56 (1), 89-94.

  • Calabrese, G.M.; Muñoz, J. 2006. Zygodon bistratus sp. Nov. (Orthotrichaceae) from the Iberian Peninsula. Bryologist 109 (1): 38-42.

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  • Cezón, K.; Muñoz, J. 2006. The rediscovery of Tortella limbata (Pottiaceae). Bryologist 109 (3): 401-403.

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  • Elías, M.J.; Albertos, B.; Brugués, M.; Calabrese, G.; Cano, M.J.; Estébanez, B.; Gallego, M.T.; Garilleti, R.; Guerra, J.; Heras, P.; Infante, M.; Lara, F.; Martín, M.A.; Mazimpaka, V.; Medina, R.; Muñoz, J.; Pokorny, L.; Puche, F.; Sánchez, J.A. 2006. Contributions to the Spanish bryophyte flora. Note XV: mosses, hornworts, and liverworts from Sierra de Gredos (Ávila). [In Spanish]. Bol. Soc. Esp. Briol. 28: 25-31.

  • Hill, M.O.; Bell, N.; Bruggeman-Nannenga, M.A.; Cano, M.J.; Enroth, J.; Flatberg, K.I.; Frahm, J-P.; Gallego, M.T.; Garilleti, R.; Guerra, J.; Hdenas, L.; Holyoak, D.T.; Hyvonen, J.; Igantov, M.S.; Lara, F.; Mazimpaka, V.; Muñoz, J.; Soderstrom, L. 2006. An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia. Journal of Bryology 28 (3): 198-267. 

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  • Muñoz, J. & Zippel, E. 2006. Typification of Grimmia pilifera P. Beauv. (Musci, Grimmiaceae). The Bryologist 109(4): 560-561. 

     

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  • Ignatova, E.; Muñoz, J. 2005. The genus Grimmia (Grimmiaceae, Musci) in Russia. Arctoa 13: 101-182. 

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  • Brugués, M.; Muñoz, J.; Ruíz, E.; Heras, P. 2004. Sphagnum. In: Guerra J, Cros RM, editores. Flora briofítica ibérica Sphagnaceae: Sphagnum. Murcia: Sociedad Española de Briología.

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  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Gómez, A.; Muñoz, J. 2004. Potential distribution of forest species in dehesas of Extremadura (Spain). In: Schnabel, S. & Ferreira, A. (eds.), Sustainability of Agrosilvopastoral Systems-Dehesas, Montados. Advances in GeoEcology 37: 231-246. Catena Verlag: Reiskirchen.

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  • Muñoz, J.; Felicísimo, A.M. 2004. A comparison between some statistical methods commonly used in predictive modeling. Journal of Vegetation Science 15: 285-292.

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  • Muñoz, J.; Felicísimo, A.M.; Cabezas, F.; Burgaz, A.R.; Martínez, I. 2004. Wind as a Long-distance Dispersal Vehicle in the Southern Hemisphere. Science 304 (5674): 1144-1147.
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  • Felicísimo, A.M.; Muñoz, J. 2003. Dispersed by wind project: a motion analysis over wind fields. En: Levachkine, S., Serra, J. & Egenhofer, M.(eds). Research on Computing Science. 4. Semantic Processing of Spatial Data: 238-244. Ciudad de México. Instituto Politécnico Nacional.

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  • Ignatova, E.; Bednarek-Ochyra, H.; Afonina, O.; Muñoz, J. 2003. A new species of Grimmia (Grimmiaceae, Musci) from North-East Asia and Alaska. Arctoa 12: 1-8.

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  • Muñoz, J.; Aldasoro, J.J.; Hoyos, C. De; Negro, A.; Vega, J.C. 2003. Flora and water chemistry in a relictic mire complex: the Sierra Segundera mire area (Zamora, NW Spain). Hydrobiologia 495: 1-16

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  • Blockeel,T.M., Ros, R.M., Sabovljevic, M., Cano, M.J., Gallego, M.T., Muñoz, J. & Guerra, J. 2002. New and interesting bryophyte records for Greece. Cryptogamie:Bryologie, Lichénologie 23: 149-155. 

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  • Fuentes, A.; Muñoz, J. 2002. Contribution to the bryoflora of Bolivia. I: Lowland mosses from two protected areas in the Department of Santa Cruz. Journal of Bryology 24: 165-167. 

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  • Hedenäs, L.; Muñoz, J. 2002. Vittia salina L. Hedenäs & J. Muñoz, sp. nov., from Argentina. Journal of Bryology 24: 163-165. 

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  • Muñoz, J,; Allen, B. 2002. Grimmia. En Moss Flora of CentralAmerica, Part 2. Monogr. Syst. Bot. MissouriBot. Gard. 90: 221-231.

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  • Muñoz, J. 2002. Grimmia exquisita J. Muñoz (Musci, Grimmiaceae), a newspecies from central Asia. Journal of Bryology 24: 315-318. 

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  • Muñoz, J., Shevock, J.R. Toren, D. 2002. Grimmia serrana J. Muñoz (Musci, Grimmiaceae), a new species from California, U.S.A. Journal ofBryology. 24: 143-146.

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  • Sérgio, C.; Muñoz, J. 2001. Nova referencia de Grimmia lisae De Not. para Portugal. Anuário da Sociedade Broteriana 65: 93-94.

  • Brugués, M.; Muñoz, J. 2000. Clave parala determinación de las Leskeáceas de España. Bol. Soc. Esp. Briol. 15: 11-14.

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  • Churchill, S.P.; Griffin III, D.; Muñoz, J. 2000. A checklist of the mosses of the tropical Andean countries. Ruizia 17: 1-203.

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  • Matteri, C.M.; Muñoz, J. 2000. On the identity of Grimmia depressa and G. depressa var terrestris. Journal of Bryology 22: 62-63.

  • Muñoz, J. 2000. New synonyms on Grimmia. Journal of Bryology. 22: 99-102.

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  • Muñoz, J. 2000. Proposal to conserve the name Grimmia crinita (Musci, Grimmiaceae) against Dicranum phascoideum. Taxon 49: 289-290.

  • Muñoz, J. 2000. Proposal to conserve the name Grimmia poecilostoma Cardot & Sebille (Musci, Grimmiaceae). Taxon 49: 287-288

  • Muñoz, J.; Brugués, M.; Ruiz, E.; Barrón, A. 2000. Claves de campo para Sphagnum de España y Andorra. Bol. Soc. Esp. Briol. 15: 1-8. 

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  • Muñoz, J.; Ochyra, R. 2000. Grimmia australis, new combination. Journal of Bryology 21: 319.

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  • Muñoz, J.; Pando, F. 2000. A world synopsis of Grimmia (Musci, Grimmiaceae). Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 82: i-vi, 1-133.

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  • Ochyra, R. & Muñoz, J. (2000). Further nomenclatural changes and corrections in Schistidium. Journal of Bryology 22: 141-142.

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  • Ros, R.M.; Cano, M.J.;  Muñoz, J.; Guerra, J. 2000. Contribution to the bryophyte flora of Morocco: the Jbel Toubkal. Journal of Bryology 22: 283-289.

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  • Muñoz, J. 1999. A Revision of Grimmia (Musci, Grimmiaceae) in the Americas. 1: Latin America. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 86: 118-191. 

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  • Muñoz, J. 1999. Grimmia arcuatifolia and G. leibergii (Musci, Grimmiaceae), two neglected species from northwestern North America. Anales Jard. Bot. Madrid 57(1): 7-13. PDF
  • Muñoz, J. 1998. A taxonomic revision of Grimmia subgenus Orthogrimmia (Musci: Grimmiaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 85, 367-403.

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  • Aldasoro, J.J.; Aedo, C.; Muñoz, J.; De Hoyos, C.; Vega, J.C.; Negro, A.; Moreno, G. 1996. Un estudio preliminar de las turberas cantábricas. Anales Jard. Bot. Madrid 54: 472-489

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  • Muñoz, J.; Aldasoro, J.J. 1995. Sphagnum majus subsp. norvegicum and Sphagnum subtile, new to the Iberian peninsula. The Bryologist. 98(1): 38-40.

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  • Sérgio, C.; Muñoz, J.; Ochyra, R. 1995. Racomitrium hespericum, a new species from the Iberian Peninsula. The Byologist, 98(1): 112-117.

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  • Casas, C; Cros, R.M.; Muñoz, J. 1993. Triquetella arapilensis y especies afines: su morfología y distribución geográfica. The Bryologist 96(1): 122-131.

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  • Muñoz, J. 1991. Aportaciones a la brioflora de la Cordillera Cantábrica. Orsis 6: 231-234.

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  • Fernández-Ordóñez, M.C.; Muñoz, J. 1990. Estudio sobre la ecología y distribución de Sphaerocarpus texanus Aust. en Asturias. Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 46: 605-606.

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