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Vice-county 25

East Suffolk

 

 

BBS Vice-county recorder:

Mr R.J. Fisk,
35 Fair Close,
Beccles,
Suffolk,
NR34 8LQ

richardjfisk@waitrose.com

 

Accounts of previous meetings in the County:

Click on the links below for the meeting reports:

 

Checklist of the Bryophytes of East Suffolk

Available for downloading as vc25checklist.rtf

 

Bibliography

Bellamy,D.J. & Rose,F. 1960 The Waveny-Ouse Valley Fens of the Suffolk-Norfolk Border. Trans. Suffolk Nat. Soc. Vol.11.
Bloomfield, Rev.E.N.1885 Hepaticae of Suffolk. J.Bot. 1-3
Bloomfield, Rev.E.N.1901 A List of Suffolk Mosses. Trans. Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Soc. vii. 227-242.
British Bryological Society 1896- MEC Reports; Transactions; Journal of Bryology and Bulletins
Ducker,B. & Swann,E.L. 1960. Notes on the bryophytes of the Breckland Heaths. Trans. Norfolk Norwich Nat. Soc. 19, 151-156
Fisk R J 1997-- Notes on Suffolk Bryophytes Suffolk Natural History.vol.33--
Heathcote, Sally A. 1973 Observations on the flora and origin of Redgrave and Lopham Fens. Suffolk Natural History 17.Pt.1.
Henslow, Rev.J.S. & Skepper, E. 1860 Flora of Suffolk,
Mayfield, A. 1930 Hepatics, Mosses and Lichens of Suffolk. Journal of the Ipswich and Dist. Nat. Hist. Soc. 1930,1,89.
Mayfield, A. 1932 Hepatics, Mendlesham, Journal of the Ipswich and Dist. Nat. Hist. Soc. 1932,1,192.
Page, W. ed.(1911) Victoria County History of Suffolk, vol 1 pp 71-74 (sections on Musci and Hepaticae probably contributed by Rev E.N. Bloomfield.)
Paget, C.J. & James (1834) Sketch of the Natural History of Yarmouth and its neighbourhood. Longman, Rees and Co. London.
Smith, A.C. (1989) Suffolk Mosses and Liverworts. Transactions, Suffolk Naturalists' Society. Vol. 25 (Jubilee Edition)
Watt, A.S.(1940) Bryophytes, Studies in the Ecology of Breckland. 1V. The Grass Heath. J. Ecol.,28,42-70.

 
 
 
   
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