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Current issue - Volume 115 May 2016

Two articles in this issue are available via the link below as Acrobat PDF files. For past issues click here for 2008-2010, here for 2011- 2012 and here for 2013 - 2015.

Site-based grid-mapping: populations of notable hyper- oceanics in Wales.
Des Callaghan
Bryum capillare with deciduous shoots – a means of asexual propagation? Martin Godfrey
Hedwigia striata in Britain and Ireland. Tom Blockeel & Sam Bosanquet
Buxbaumia viridis hot-spot survives severe flooding. John Agnew & Shaila Rao
Revised lists of nationally rare and scarce bryophytes for Britain. Oli Pescott
An unknown Didymodon, our latest “must see” moss. Mark Lawley
More on Mielichhoferia mielichhoferiana. N. Hodgetts

Rare and Interesting

Meeting reports
BBS Spring Meeting 2015: Freiburg, Germany
BBS Summer Meeting 2015: Eryri/Snowdonia, Wales
BBS Summer meeting 2015: Isle of Eigg, Scotland

News and Society business

Changes to the Membership List, October 2016

New County Records
The liverwort year - 2015. Sam Bosanquet
The moss year - 2015. Tom Blockeel
















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