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Bryophytes de France

Bryophytes de France

Bryophyte Ecology Photo by Michael Lüth Bryophyte Ecology is an ebook comprised of 5 volumes written by Janice Glime, Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences at Michigan Technological University. Coauthors include Irene Bisang, J. Lissner, W. Table of Contents (Coming Soon) Glossary About the Book About the Author, Janice Glime Copyright Information Follow Browse the Volumes of Bryophyte Ecology: Bryophyte Ecology Volume 1: Physiological Ecology Bryophyte Ecology Volume 2: Bryological Interaction Bryophyte Ecology Volume 3: Methods Bryophyte Ecology Volume 4: Pollution (Coming Soon) Bryophyte Ecology Volume 5: Uses Bryolich Depuis sa fondation en 1956, l'Association suisse de bryologie et lichénologie (Bryolich, anciennement ASBL) encourage la diffusion des connaissances sur les mousses et les lichens ainsi que la recherche et la formation bryologique et lichénologique en Suisse. Depuis 1992, Bryolich est membre de l'Académie suisse des sciences naturelles (ASSN). Informations de

Cornish Bryophytes Scope and aims This Flora attempts to give a comprehensive account of bryophytes (mosses, liverworts and hornworts) in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Its predecessor, A Bryophyte Flora of Cornwall by Jean A. Coverage and treatment of old records The species accounts in this Flora assign records to three date-classes: 1791-1949 (Very old), 1950-1992 (Old), and 1993-2010 (Recent). The reader is referred to Paton (1969a: 680-684) for an historical survey of bryology and bryologists in Cornwall. Only limited use can be made of the nineteenth century bryophyte records and indeed all the pre-1950 records for comparisons with modern data. Recording of bryophytes using squares of the National Grid began in the early 1960s. Recording by Mrs Paton was organised from its outset to cover the 10-km squares (hectads) of the National Grid, partly for use in the Cornish Flora, but also as a contribution to recording for the national Atlas. Recording since 1993 Presentation of data EN Endangered † B.I.

Consortium of North American Bryophyte Herbaria Home The Consortium of North American Bryophyte Herbaria (CNABH) was created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America. Through a common web interface, we offer tools to locate, access and work with a variety of data, starting with searching databased herbarium records. News and Events NSF Press Release 11-136 - US National Science Foundation awarded support to a collaboration of herbaria in order to database ca. 2.3 million North American bryophyte and lichen specimens (NSF ADBC 1115116) June 2011 - 822457 occurrence records integrated into data portal The CNABH data portal is more than just a web site - it is a suite of data access technologies and a distributed network of universities, museums and agencies that provide taxonomic and environmental information. Join the Consortium of North American Bryophyte Herbaria as a regular visitor and please send your feedback to

eCoLiBry Afin de pallier le déficit de connaissance concernant les bryophytes, les lichens et les algues charophytes de l’Ouest de la France, un programme scientifique a été initié fin 2014 par le Conservatoire botanique national de Brest pour collecter et partager des données sur la répartition géographique de ces espèces. Ce programme, dénommé CoLiBry (Connaissance des charophytes, des Lichens et des Bryophytes de l’Ouest de la France) concerne la Normandie occidentale (ex Basse-Normandie) et les régions Bre­tagne et Pays de la Loire. En appui technique de ce programme, un Système d’information et une application de consultation et de saisie en ligne (eCoLiBry) ont été développés. Groupes taxonomiques pris en compte Cette première version d’eCoLiBry concerne les bryophytes, les lichens et les charophytes.

Bryophytes Irish Lichens - Index Bryonet Bryonet-l is an email discussion and news group sponsored by IAB. Bryonet is open to anyone who is interested, with no charge. Bryonet is a managed list, which means all messages come to the owner/manager and are forwarded to the list. The intent of the list is to provide good international discussions and a forum in which teachers, ecologists, bryologists and anyone interested can get questions about bryophytes answered. It is appropriate to ask bryological questions, send news items of interest to bryologists, announce bryological meetings and forays, announce publications of interest to bryologists, or ask for help in locating a bryologist or bryological collections. All subscriptions come to the manager for approval and she must personally send a message to majordomo to approve your subscription.