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Current issue - Volume 111 May 2014

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 - 2014.

Tomentypnum nitens (Woolly Feather-moss) rediscovered in Norfolk. Julia Masson & Robin Stevenson
Observations on fruiting populations of Tomentypnum nitens. Rod Corner
St Kilda revisited: Bryophytes on the edge of the world. Ron Porley, Nick Hodgetts & Clare Rickerby
Monitoring the impacts of ash dieback on epiphytic bryophytes. Oliver Pescott & Chris Preston
Ceratodon conicus: Scarce Redshank or Common Patio Moss? Peter Martin
Rimbachia neckerae: a rare moss fungus. Tom Preece

Bryophytes abroad                           
There and back again: an eagerly awaited journey to a primitive paradise. William Rimington, Jeff Duckett & Katie Field

Rare and interesting 13  Oliver Pescott & Chris Preston

Meeting reports 
BBS Summer 2013 meeting: Kinlochewe. Oliver Pescott
BBS Summer 2013 meeting: Raasay. Nick Hodgetts
Border Bryologists 2014 meeting. Mark Lawley
Acrocarps Workshop. Sharon Pilkington
Bryum Workshop. Martin Godfrey

News and Society business

New County Records
The hepatic year - 2013 Sam Bosanquet
The moss year - 2013 Tom Blockeel

A reduced peristome in Entosthodon obtusus. Howard Matcham













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