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For those members whose post is delayed, or who live abroad, the latest issue of Field Bryology is now available in the Publications section of the website (https://www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk/publications/field-bryology). Please note that you will need to be logged in to view this issue. The 2 most recent issues are available to members only.
As many members will know, for many years, Phil Stanley has maintained an index to the contents of the main BBS publications: Field Bryology, Journal of Bryology, the Field Guide and others. He publishes this index along with other publication-related information on his website www.lumiweb.com. Earlier this year, Phil approached the BBS Council to see […]
Dr Phil Stanley has generated new dictionary files corresponding to the 2020/2021 species checklists for the UK and Europe. These can be used in Microsoft Word and similar applications to check the spelling of the new species names. The files can be downloaded from the Resources area, on the Checklists page. They will download as […]
The new BBS website launched officially on 8th March 2021.
Tips on viewing image galleries The new website makes extensive use of image galleries, like this one from the Calliergonella cuspidata species page: Whenever you see a gallery of images like this, you can click on any of the images to open it in a larger window (this is called a lightbox). You can then […]
Existing members with an email address If you were a member of the BBS at the time of the new website launch in March 2021, then we will have created a user profile for you automatically. In order to access the Members area of the website, all most people will need to do is to […]
The chances are you’re bit like me, and don’t even notice the Site search facility on most websites, let alone use it. I just head straight for a Google search whenever I want to find something out. However, the new website has been organized with the site search in mind, and you might find it […]
Calling all regional recorders (and others!) Some of the vice-county pages are still looking a bit empty. Please send us your images – preferably with a label or caption – and we’ll upload the best. And any time you would like anything added to ‘your’ vice-county, again, just email us at email@example.com. Thank you!
Find out how to locate reports of past meetings. When a meeting report becomes available, it will be attached to the original event. In the Events system, you can use the Categories to filter events by year or by vice-county, to view all meeting reports for that year / vice-county. This replaces the old system […]