bryophyte check-list for Lincolnshire. by M. R. D. Seaward

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SeriesLincolnshire natural history brochures -- 4
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Of the 57 identified bryophyte taxa, 9 were registered as new records for the province Rize (Abay et al., ; Batan et al., ) Approximately 32% of the mosses identified in the study area are.

The most recent check-list for the Canary Correspondence and reprints: [email protected] and Cape Verde Islands documents the occurrence of ( mosses and liverworts and hornworts. The Bryophytes (Mosses and liverworts) Bryophytes are small, non-vascular plants, such as mosses, liverworts and hornworts.

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