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Duckett J. G. &  Matcham H.W. 2020.  A coincidence of elders. Spotlight. Field Bryology  124:76.

Duckett J.G. 2020. Orthotrichum obtusifolium: a red list moss new to central and north London. London Naturalist  99: 158-163.

Duckett J.G. & Pressel S. 2019. The epiphyte flora of roadside tres in the London conurbation with a North American perspective on its possible future. Field Bryology 122: 35-51

Duckett J.G. & Pressel S. 2017. The colorful phenology of five common terricolous mosses in London,England. Bryophyte Diversity and Evolution 39: 44-56

Duckett J.G. & Pressel S. 2016. Not necessarily NOXious: blossoming bryophytes on London’s roadside trees. Spotlight.  Field Bryology 115:100

Duckett J.G. & Pressel S. 2009. London’s changing bryophyte flora. Field Bryology. 98:30-46

Duckett J.G. 2008. Epiphyllous and epifungal liverworts  on Hampstead Heath. Field Bryology 95: 8-10

Kent, D.H. 2000. Flora of Middlesex: a supplement to the Historical Flora of Middlesex. London: Ray Society.

Wiltshire, E. & Ellis, L.T. 1995. John Benbow (1821-1908) and the bryophytes of north-west Middlesex. London Naturalist, 73: 37-60.

Kent, D.H. 1975. The historical flora of Middlesex. London: Ray Society.

Peterken, J.H.G. 1961. A hand list of the plants of the London area. Bryophytes. London Naturalist, 40: 43-71.