A new website has been created which aims to promote awareness and conservation of bryophytes at sites by providing freely available and up-to-date information on important locations for these plants. The area covered comprises the vice-county of Cheshire (v.c. 58). Sites are identified as Nationally Important or Regionally Important according to sets of criteria. New sites will be added as surveying in the region progresses. A GIS layer (ESRI shapefile) with all of the site boundaries can be downloaded. The website can be found here: Cheshire Bryophyte Sites
Cheshire Bryophyte Sites – new website!
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