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Firs Botanical Grounds Moss House project, Manchester

Do you live in the Manchester area, with a bit of time to spare and/or an interest in growing bryophytes? Or perhaps you have experience with growing bryophytes in cultivation and would be willing to share your knowledge? Read on for an interesting opportuntity… Nicholas Pearson has been in touch with the BBS. As part […]

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Celebrating Daniel Angell Jones in Harlech

On 4th April this year a small group gathered in Harlech around the former home of school master Daniel Angell Jones (1861-1936), at 5 Bronwen Terrace. Daniel Angell Jones was a founder member of the BBS in 1923 and its first Secretary. Mark Lawley as a representative of the BBS, and Liz Saville-Roberts, MP for […]

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New recording cards

New versions of the recording cards and spreadsheets are now available to order, or to download from the Recording section of the website https://www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk/recording/recording-cards/. The nomenclature of these cards follows the 2021 Census catalogue with some additions and amendments. Note that, if you had downloaded the first version of the spreadsheets (published on 2nd March), […]

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Art from Ukraine by Alla Rasskazova

Alla Rasskazova is a Ukrainian botanical artist based in Kyiv, and a member of the British Society of Botanical Artists. She has been researching the endangered plant species of Ukraine, but – being unable to go out and search for specimens to work with at present – turned to photos on the internet for inspiration. […]

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