British Bryological Society

Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering

Developing and enhancing biodiversity monitoring programmes: a collaborative assessment of priorities

Survey of the bryophytes of arable land in Britain and Ireland 1: a classification of arable field assemblages

Knowledge of the distribution of arable bryophytes lags behind that of bryophytes of many other habitats, and we have almost no information on their occurrence in relation to crop type and agricultural management regime. A survey of arable fields in Britain and Ireland carried out by members of the British Bryological Society in 2001–05 was designed to provide such baseline data. We surveyed a stratified random sample of 200 fields in the main areas of arable agriculture and a further 620 fields in these areas and in areas where arable fields are less frequent.

An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia


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