New and remarkable bryophyte records in the Province of South Tyrol, Italy. II. Three species of bryophytes (Plagiothecium neckeroideum, Pohlia camptotrachela and Pohlia sphagnicola) are reported new to Italy, six are first records for the region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol (Cephaloziella stellulifera, Scapania verrucosa, Bryoerythrophyllum ferruginascens, Pohlia andrewsii, P. bulbifera, Sphagnum inundatum) and another nine species are new to South Tyrol: Anastrophyllum assimile, Cephaloziella hampeana, Gymnomitrion alpinum, Andreaea alpestris, Buxbaumia aphylla, Campylopus gracilis, Schistidium brunnescens, S. teretinervis and Stereodon hamulosus. 30 species were re-found after more than 100 years, and 45 rare or under-recorded species are also reported. The number of known bryophyte taxa from South Tyrol increases to 928.