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The Sussex Bryophytes blog

The recording of mosses and liverworts in Sussex has been going on for well over 150 years. The county contains some very famous and rich sites, though there are still areas which are under-recorded, or which have never been recorded at all.

In 2016, Tom Ottley proposed that a group of local bryologists work together to record more thoroughly at the tetrad level, and the group set up a blog to share their experiences.

Browse the Sussex Bryophytes blog

Resources you may find useful

Rose, F., Stern, R.C., Matcham, H.W. & Coppins, B.J. 1991. Atlas of Sussex mosses, liverworts and lichens. Brighton: Booth Museum of Natural History.