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Resources you may find useful

Ken Adams has compiled a list of useful resources for Essex, below. The most important of these are highlighted in larger text.

Many of these articles have been scanned and made available to read online in the Essex Field Club Archive. Note that although more recent articles may not yet be available, these are gradually being scanned and published so please check back again later.

Adams, K.J., and Adams, J.M. 1968. A Bryophyte Flora of Essex. Grid Reference Gazeteer  to Essex Place Names and Localities. Essex Naturalist. 32: 143-155.

Adams, K.J. 1969. Progress Towards a Contemporary Bryophyte Flora of Essex. Essex Naturalist old series 32: 207- 214.

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Adams, K.J. 1974. The Bryophytes. p.229-271. in the Flora of Essex by S.T. Jermyn and K.J.Adams. Essex Naturalists’ Trust Ltd. Colchester

Adams, K.J. 1983. Mosses & Liverworts of the Roman River Valley. Nat.in N.E. Essex 1983: 13-16.

Adams, K.J. 1985. Special Essex Plants No:3 Forster’s Woodrush Luzula forsteri. S.M. D.C. and Forster’s Moss Zygodon forsteri (Dicks. ex With.) Mitt. J. Essex Nat. Trust. Spring 1985: 12-13.

Adams, K.J.  1990. Proposals for a 5x5km sq. Bryophyte Mapping Scheme for Eastern England.  Bulletin of the British Bryological Society 55: 14-17.

Adams, K.J. 1996. Moss & Liverwort Families of South East England. 1. Plagiotheciaceae. Essex Naturalist New Series. 13: 131-135. [ISSN 0071 1489]

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Adams, K.J. 1996. Post 1974 additions to the Bryophyte Floras of  Watsonian Vice Counties 18 and 19. Part I: Mosses & Liverworts. Essex Naturalist New Series 13: 32-42. [ISSN 0071 1489]

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Adams, K.J. 1997. Post 1994 Additions to the Bryophyte Flora of Essex. Additional Essex records.  Essex Naturalist New Series 14.

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Adams, K.J. 2001. New Charophyte Stonewort. and Bryophyte Records. Essex Naturalist New Series 18: 68-69.

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Adams, K.J. 2003. New Charophyte Stonewort. and Bryophyte Records. Essex Naturalist New Series. 20: 37-39.

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Adams, K.J. 2004. The floating liverworts of Essex. Essex Naturalist New Series. 21: 142-149.

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Adams, K.J. & Rumsey, F. 2005. Notes on Essex Specialties: 9 The distribution of the Red-Data moss Zygodon forsteri (Dicks ex With.) Mitt. Knothole Moss Forster’s Yoke Moss. in Epping Forest. Essex Naturalist New Series 22: 93-102.
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Adam, K.J. 2008. Commissioned Consultancy Report: The Status & Distribution of the Schedule 8 Red Data Moss, Zygodon forsteri (Dicks ex With.) Mitt. In Epping Forest, Follow-up Survey.  City of London & Natural England.

Adams, K.J. 2007. New Charophyte Stonewort. and Bryophyte Records. Essex Naturalist New Series 24: 49.

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Adams, K.J., & Pyner, T. 2014. An interim historical account of the hornworts and liverworts of Essex. Part One. Essex Naturalist New Series 31: 176-215.
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Pettifer, A.J. 1968. A bryophyte flora of Essex. Essex Naturalist, 32, 83-155.

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Pettifer, A.J. 1969. A bryophyte flora of Essex – Corrigenda. Essex Naturalist, 32, 221.

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