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Field Bryology - Previous Issues 2008-2010

Articles in theses issues are available via the links below as Acrobat PDF files.

 

 

Volume 102 October 2010

Ditrichum plumbicola Crundw. (lead-moss) in the Mendips Fred Rumsey & Helena J. Crouch
Shropshire’s bryoflora in the first decade of the 21st century Mark Lawley
Recording mosses and liverworts in Worcestershire Tessa Carrick
Increasing knowledge of the bryoflora of mainland France: recent initiatives Sébastien Leblond, Vincent Hugonnot & Jacques Bardat
Moss arrives at Cannes Jennifer Rowntree

Update
A new Atlas of bryophytes – updated coverage maps Mark O. Hill & Chris D. Preston

Bryophytes Abroad
Switzerland: Where the Mediterranean meets the Arctic Heike Hoffman & Norbert Schnyder

Ecology Matters Jeff Bates

Bygone Bryologists
Frances Elizabeth Tripp (1832–1890) Mark Lawley

Beginner’s Corner
Books for aspiring bryologists Sharon Pilkington

Book Reviews
Mosses and Liverworts of Britain and Ireland: a Field Guide Jeff Bates
Mousses et Hépatiques de Païolive Sam Bosanquet (A French translation of this review by Yves Peytoureau is available here)

Hot off the Press

Meeting Reports
BBS Spring Meeting 2010: South Lincolnshire & East Nottinghamshire Jonathan Graham & Robin Stevenson
Border Bryologists 2009 Mark Lawley

News and Society Business

Future Meetings

Opinion Jo Denyer


 

Volume 101 May 2010

Large, new population of Lophozia perssonii discovered on Salisbury Plain defence training estate Sharon Pilkington

Changing patterns in frequency of two coprophilous/necrophilous mosses in northern England and some notes on forestry tracks John O’Reilly

Update on the distribution, ecology and conservation of Fissidens fontanus in Portugal C. Sérgio, C. Vieira, I. Silva, M. Brugués, R. Cros & S. Stow

Developments in British and Irish field bryology during the decade 2000–2009 Mark Lawley

Bygone Bryologists
Richard de Gylpyn Benson’s ‘British Mosses’ Martin Godfrey

Useful Pieces of Equipment
The ‘Gorillapod’ Jonathan Sleath

Obituary
Derek Hill Howard Matcham

Bryophytes Abroad
The rediscovery and conservation status of Bazzania bhutanica in Bhutan David Long

Meeting Report
BBS Autumn Meeting 2009, Sussex David Streeter

News and Society Business

Future Meetings

New vice-county records
Persisting introductions: a new bryophyte recording category Tom Blockeel
Hepaticae Sam Bosanquet
Musci Gordon Rothero

Opinion Des Callaghan


 

Volume 100 February 2010

The tragedy of the Twelve Bens of Connemara: is there a future for Adelanthus lindenbergianus? David Long

Buxbaumia viridis in Abernethy Forest and other sites in northern Scotland Stewart Taylor

The reappearance of Micromitrium tenerum in south-east England Peter Howarth & Howard Wallis

Daltonia splachnoides in Irish conifer plantations – another epiphyte on the move Sam D.S. Bosanquet, Linda Coote, Daniel L. Kelly, David G. Long & Chris D. Preston

Tales of the unexpected: Dicranoweisia crispula on a Peak District wall Tom Blockeel

The status of the known populations of Rhynchostegium rotundifolium in the British Isles Des Callaghan

Conservation News
A revised list of nationally rare bryophytes Chris Preston

Hot off the Press

Bygone Bryologists
George Don 1764–1814 Mark Lawley

Meeting Report
BBS Summer Meeting in Co. Cork and Co. Kerry 27 June–11 July 2009 Sam Bosanquet & Chris Preston

News and Society Business

Future Meetings

Debracketing records submitted to BRC before September 2009 Mark Hill

Opinion David Genney



Volume 99 October 2009

Field Guide Update – Almost there… Ian Atherton, Sam Bosanquet & Mark Lawley

Articles

An update on the alien liverwort Lophocolea semiteres (Lehm.) Mitt. at Greenham Common, Berkshire and its spread in Britain and Ireland Ron Porley & Tom Haynes

Bryophytes in East Anglian orchards Robin Stevenson & Jenny Rowntree

Colura calyptrifolia growing on rubbish dumped in a Scottish conifer plantation Ben Averis 19

The end of Grimmia limprichtii Henk Greven

Epiphyte colonization in v.-c. 59 John Lowell

Bygone Bryologists

Richard de Gylpyn Benson 1856–1904 Mark Lawley

Conservation News

How Plantlife Scotland is giving Scottish bryophytes a boost Matilda Scharsach

Ecology Matters Jeff Bates

Meeting Report

BBS Spring Field Meeting, Ayrshire 1–7 April 2009 Liz Kungu

Rare and Interesting 9 Mark Hill

News and Society Business

Future Meetings

Opinion John Lowell


Volume 98 June 2009

Articles

Australasian bryophytes introduced to South Kerry with tree ferns David Holyoak & Neil Lockhart

Rhytidiadelphus subpinnatus in Wales Sam Bosanquet & Graham Motley

Progress towards a new Atlas of Bryophytes Chris Preston, Mark Hill, Sam Bosanquet & Stephanie Ames

Leaf gemmae in Orthotrichum tenellum Bruch ex Brid. Jonathan Sleath

Bryophytes of domestic gardens in Britain Des Callaghan

Calyptrochaeta apiculata (Southern Hookeria): first Irish record confirmed in Co. Cork Fionnuala O’Neill

London’s changing bryophyte flora Jeff Duckett & Silvia Pressel

Hot off the Press

Useful Pieces of Equipment

The ‘Opticron’ x 15 illuminated hand lens Jonathan Sleath

AutobiographyJean Paton MBE

Meeting Reports

Border Bryologists 2008 Mark Lawley

BBS Summer Field Meeting in Banffshire David Chamberlain

Southern Group meeting at Chiddinglye Rocks, West Hoathley Howard Matcham 60

News and Society Business

Future Meetings 65

New vice-county records Hepaticae Tim Blackstock ; Musci Gordon Rothero

Opinion Sam Bosanquet


Volume 97 February 2009

Articles

Extraordinary features of the reproductive biology of Marchantia at Thursley Common Jeffrey G. Duckett & Silvia Pressel

The Studfold Community Nature Project Matthew Adamson

Grimmia austrofunalis Müll. Hal. in Britain and Ireland? Henk Greven

Bryophytes Abroad

Bryophytes and Volcanoes: La Réunion Island Jo Wilbraham

Bygone Bryologists

David Lillie 1854–1940 Mark Lawley

Conservation News Nick Hodgetts

Ecology Matters Jeff Bates

Meeting Reports

BBS Summer Meeting 2008 - Shetland Mark Hill

BBS Annual Meeting and Conference – Preston Montford Martin Godfrey

Hot off the Press

Summary of a selection of papers published recently in Journal of Bryology and other botanical journals available through the BBS Reading Circle

Book Reviews

News and Society Business

Future Meetings

Opinion Lars Hedenäs


Volume 96 November 2008

Articles

Paraleucobryum longifolium in Scotland (Hedw.) Loeske in Scotland David Long, Gordon Rothero & Maren Flagmeier

More tree fern aliens Richard Fisk

Mossing around in Eden Mark Lawley

Threatened bryophytes: Leptodontium gemmascens (thatch moss) Ron Porley

Orthotrichum consimile : another English record and a postscript Tom Blockeel & Colin Wall

Bryophytes Abroad

The Gaoligong Shan mountains of the Sino-Burmese border David Long

Bygone Bryologists

William Wilson 1799–1871 Mark Lawley

Conservation Corner Nick Hodgetts

Ecology Matters Jeff Bates

Hot off the Press

Rare and Interesting Mark Hill

Opinion Mark Lawley


 

Volume 95 June 2008

Articles

Red Data Book bryophytes on the south Wales limestone coast Sam Bosanquet

Epiphyllic and epifungal liverworts on Hampstead Heath, London Jeff Duckett

The remarkable story of Grimmia ochyriana J. Muñoz Henk Greven

Grimmia updates David Long

Bryophytes Abroad

A bryologist on holiday in the Cameron Highlands Jeff Bates

Hot off the Press

Opinion Nick Hodgetts


Volume 94 February 2008

Articles

Thursley Common NNR: bryophyte recolonization one year after the great fire of July 2006 Jeffrey Duckett, Howard Matcham & Silvia Pressel

Mosses in gardens – a case study from Norfolk Robin Stevenson

Tortula schimperi in England A.J.E. Smith

Orthotrichum consimile in Derbyshire Tom Blockeel

The influence of social background on the emergence of British field botanists in the 17–19th centuries: William Wilson, a case study Mark Lawley

A BBS survey of bryophyte habitats Jeff Bates

Bryophytes Abroad

Moss amongst the ice – the forests of Antarctica Rod Seppelt & Ryszard Ochyra

Hot off the Press

Rare and interesting 7 Mark Hill

Opinion Sean Edwards


   
   
   
   

 

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