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Field Bryology - Previous Issues 2011-12

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Volume 108 November 2012

Articles
Eric Watson’s Algarve diary 1989 E.V. Watson (transcribed David Long)
The BBS meeting in the Algarve in 1989: a retrospective view Tom Blockeel & David Long
Some chromosome counts for the genus Bryum. Martin Godfrey
Ephemerum cohaerens, an exquisite survivor of functional alluvial habitats Vincent Hugonnot, Jaoua Celle & Thierry Vergne
Soap to suppositories – ‘new’ uses for Sphagnum. Robin Stevenson

Bryophytes Abroad
In search of the Yulong Pincushion and Delavay’s Prongwort David Long

Book review
Rare and Threatened Bryophytes of Ireland Jo Denyer

Bygone Bryologists
John Nowell (1802–1867) Mark Lawley

Beginner’s Corner
Liverwort reproductive structures – demystifying the jargon Sharon Pilkington

News and Society Business

Future meetings

Comment
A cautionary tale Robin Stevenson

 

Volume 107 June 2012

Articles
Vagrant epiphytic mosses in England and Wales Sam Bosanquet
Grimmia horrida and its separation from G. montana and G. incurva Ron Porley
Records of Buxbaumia viridis growing on new substrates Stewart Taylor
Bartleya in Britain: a brief look at a confusing plant Sam Bosanquet
The ‘moss men’ of Papua New Guinea Deborah Jordan

Field Notes
Orthotrichum scanicum Tom Blockeel

Bygone Bryologists
Cosslett Herbert Waddell (1858–1919) Mark Lawley

Beginner’s Corner
Hand lenses and microscopes part 2: choosing a microscope Sharon Pilkington

Meeting Report
BBS Annual Meeting and Conference, 9–11 September 2011 Ray Tangney

News and Society business

Future Meetings

New county records

Journal of the Month review Liz Kungu

 

Volume 106 February 2012

Articles
European Herbertus and the ‘Viking prongwortDavid Bell & David Long
The appearance of Pohlia camptotrachela in Surrey – a major range extension Howard Wallis
A bryological stroll through time in the Welsh Marches Mark Lawley

Bryophytes Abroad
Lower plants inventory and conservation in the Falkland Islands: bryophyte reconnaissance and collecting expedition Jeff Duckett, Shaun Russell, Rebecca Upson & Ray Tangney

Bygone Bryologists
John Fergusson (1834–1907) Mark Lawley

Beginner’s Corner
Hand lenses and microscopes Sharon Pilkington

Meeting Reports
BBS Summer Meeting 2011 David Bell & Mark Pool
Sphagnum Workshop, November 2011 Martin Godfrey & Mark Hill
The Border Bryologists 2011 Mark Lawley

Rare and interesting 11 Mark Hill

News and Society Business

Future meetings

Opinion
The naming of plants – a radical proposal John Lowell

 

Volume 105 November 2011

Articles
Notes on Cephaloziella massalongi and C. nicholsonii in Snowdonia, Wales Des Callaghan
Some chromosome counts for the genus Cephaloziella Martin Godfrey
Keys to Grimmia in Europe Eva Maier (translated Peter Erzberger)
The dual process theory as applied to bryological identification Jonathan Sleath
Octospora phagospora: a bryophilous fungus new to Britain Howard Matcham

Bryophytes Abroad
Rediscovery of Rhamphidium purpuratum Mitt. (Bryophyta, Ditrichaceae) in Portugal after more than 60 years Cecília Sérgio, Patricia María Rodríguez-González, António Albuquerque & César Garcia

Ecology Matters
BRECOG update: 5 years remaining Jeff Bates

Bygone Bryologists
Hugh Davies (1739-1821) Mark Lawley

Beginner’s Corner
Confusing urban mosses part 2: masonry-dwellers Sharon Pilkington

Meeting Reports
BBS Spring 2011, Wharfedale Tom Blockeel
Devon Bryophyte Group Mark Pool

News and Society Business

Future meetings

Opinion
Sphagnum harvesting: an antipodean myopia Rod Seppelt

Volume 104 June 2011

Articles
Mixed northern hepatic mat: a threatened and unique bryophyte community Rory Hodd & Micheline Sheehy Skeffington
Encouraging bryophyte recording in Ireland: a mini-flora of the Wicklow Mountains Joanne Denyer
Ecology and distribution of Grimmia crinita Brid. Henk Greven
The psychology of discovery: finding and recognizing uncommon bryophytes Mark Lawley
Mosses in English literature, part 5: ‘Luminous Moss’ Sean Edwards
‘… And we was all on the cover of Newsweek’ Jim Lawley

Field Notes
Leptodontium proliferum Ron Porley

Poem
11.1.11 Maurice Eakin

Beginner’s Corner
Confusing urban mosses part 1: ground-dwellers Sharon Pilkington

Meeting Reports
BBS Autumn Meeting 2010, London Jeff Duckett
Border Bryologists 2010 Mark Lawley

News and Society Business

Future meetings

New county records
The hepatic year – 2010 / New records – hepatics Sam Bosanquet
The moss year – 2010 / New records – mosses Tom Blockeel

Opinion
Why do bryophytes seem to lack extensive diversity?  Janice Glime

 

Volume 103 February 2011

Articles
Current status of the known populations of Lejeunea mandonii in Scotland Oliver Moore
Molecular bryology: mosses in the genomic era Andrew C. Cuming
Worcestershire locations with interesting mosses and liverworts Tessa Carrick
The BBS Field Guide: pregnancy and post-partum Mark Lawley

Bryophytes Abroad
Bryophyte exploration of south-west Sichuan, China David Long

Conservation News Nick Hodgetts

Beginner’s Corner
Sorting the mosses from the liverworts Sharon Pilkington

Rare and Interesting 10 Mark Hill

Meeting Reports
BBS Summer Meeting 2010 – Week 1 Liz Kungu
BBS Summer Meeting 2010 – Week 2 Mark Hill
BBS survey of Wisley RHS gardens Mark Hill

Book Reviews
The Mosses and Liverworts of Pembrokeshire (Sam Bosanquet) Mark Pool
Atlas of the Bryophytes of South Hampshire (Rod Stern) Andrew Branson

Opinion
Why museums matter Martin Godfrey

   
   
   
   

 

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