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Friday, October 16, 2009

RE: BRYONET: [Fwd: question on Bryophytes]

BRYONET

Dear Jana,
There are one or two comments in our article;
Duckett JG & Pressel S. 2009. London's changing bryophyte flora. Field
Bryology. 98:30-46.
Have a look at other numbers of this journal since there are lots of bits
and pieces about bryophyte distribution changes in the British Isles.
One species that seems particularly relevant to your study is Cololejeunea
minutissima.
You might also contact Chris Preston and Mark Hill for up to the minute info
on species with changing distribution patterns.
Best wishes
Jeff

Jeffrey G.Duckett, BA PhD (Cantab.), Emeritus Professor of Botany, School of
Biological & Chemical Sciences, Fogg Building, Queen Mary, University of
London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS Tel: (++44)(0)208 882 7485 email:
j.g.duckett@qmul.ac.uk


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